The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
August 31, 1967
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
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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Preceded by:
St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
Succeeded by:
Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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At The Flagler Tribune Votes Not To

Chamber MeetA Open Carver

resume of the Flagler Carver' High Flagler Coun
County Chamber of Commerce VOL. 55 NO. 35 THURSDAY. AUGUST 31. 1967 $3. 0 A YEAR ty's only negro high school

activities for the past year remains closed. The decisionwas

was presented by president L. DAUGHTER OF Aedes EDWARD SALYERDS made Thursday night at
E. Wadsworth Wednesday, Aegypti a special meeting of the Board
August 23 at a general mem BEACH RESIDENTS PASSED AWAYSATURDAY of Public Instruction. Board
bership meeting at the court- Found in City members voted' 3 to 2 to keep
house. Among the accomplish- DIED THURSDAYElizabeth grades 10.11 and 12 closed.

ments listed for the year were Brede Kelley, 53 On August 23 and 24 per Edward C. Salyerds, 73, of Voting to reopen the school.
hiring a part-time secretary; Edgewater died Thursday sonnel of the Florida State Pensacola died Saturday were Raymon Tucker and Harold
distribution of 1800 brochures August 24 at Fish Memorial Board of Health Inspected a morning in a Pensacola hos Emery, chairman of the
advertising the county; plac Hospital New Smyrna after total of 240 premises in Flag. pital. He was the brother of board. Against were II. V. Pea-
ing two billboards ,on Inter. a brief illness. She was the ler County to determine If Henry Salyerds, Bimini.Mr. vy, Mrs. John Rice and Dave
state Hwy. 95 Interchanges; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. aedes aegyptl mosquitoes were a Perryman.
receiving membership In, the Frank Brede of Flagler Beach. in this area. In Bunnell 157 Salyerds a native of Abou 100 attended, the speC.
Florida Crown Council; endorsement Funeral services were con. premises were Inspected. Aedes Akron, Ohio resided in Bun. ial meeting in the county
of proposal to four ducted Friday, August 25 at aegyptl mosquito larvae were nell several years before moving courthouse.The .
lane Highway 100 and requestfor 4:00: p. m. at Dudley Memorial found on four premises In the to Pensacola 34 years ago. board was presentedwith

application for member. Chapel New Smyrna Beach. County. Three of these premises He was a member of the (two petitions signed .by
ship In Florida State Chamberof The Rev. Glen L. Barger pastor were in Bunnell according First Methodist Church and 686 of the county's 5000 resU
Commerce. of Trinity Lutheran Church to Gene Holly Fagfer was a Methodist Church dents, petitioning the school
Other business of the meet of New Smyrna Beach officiat County Sanitarian. This mos Board member for 34 years. board to reverse their' plan to
ing included committee ref ed. Burial was in Edgewater quito is the type that prefersto He was a retired Civil Service close the high school. Petitioners
ports. Recreation chairman Cemetery.She live near humans and employee at Pensacola Naval contended Carver High
f George Moody reported that is survived by her husband raises< its young in things that Air Station member of the School should remain open to
an attempt to stimulate active Dr. William H. Kelley, will hold water such as old Exchange Club and the Fort allow students of races a freedom .
interest In recreation in the Edgewater; one daughter, Mrs. tires Junk cars tin cans barrels Hawkins Masonic Lodge, Ma. of choice of schools.
county was underway; Menu Ann Rowe Gainesville; two bird baths and sometimes con, Ga. The board conducted a pub.

bership, Leonard Drazba, brothers, Martin Brede and swimming pools. People could lic meeting last Monday night
I He Is survived !his widow
chairman reported he planneda Dr. J. F. Brede, Pittsburgh Pa.; 'help themselves and better by and the absence of board
membership drive startingthe and three grandchildren.HOSPITAL protect the community healthby Mrs. Myrtle Vardaman Sal member Dave Perryman resulted -
first week In September. keeping their premises free yerds Pensacola; a daughter, In a 2 to 2 tie vote. The
of unwanted Junk and litter. Mrs. Anne Salyerds ,Francisco, board continued the meeting
Tom Lenssen reported on NOTESADMITI'ED New Haven, Conn.;" Two bro, awaiting .
until Thursday night
Sometime in the future thers, Henry Salyerds Bun.
the Fiftieth Anniversary pro : Pat Nobles, Mr. Perryman's return before .
jects. The Old Timers Dance Sharon Rouse Richard Thom. plans will probably be made nell and John Salyerds Akron, deciding,
netted $94.61 and: the Anniversary as, Ray Wells Edgar S. Morris for a county wide eradication Ohio; two sisters Mrs. Mary
Button project netted Raphael Sturman and program aganlst this mosquito Baker, Okron Ohio and Mrs. In February 1967 &the school
I Holly said. This would be Carolyn Buckles San Mateo board was notified Flagler
$767.95.Lee Daisy Walker all of Bunnell;
Ethel Mae WIckllne coordinated with similar eradication Fla. and several nieces and County was in noncompliance
Terry with the Civil Rights Act according
Drazba announced the work in nearby coun nephews..
Stryker, Mae Gill all of Flag. .
Boy Scouts had sold copies of ler Beach MUton ties and most of the state. Funeral services were held to the US Department
the 50th Annlverasry editionof ; Edith Robebaugh Monday morning at 10:00 at of Health, Education and Wel
Orange City; Bembry
the Tribune. amounting to Glen ArtonicaJohansen the Pensacola First Methodist fare.
9000. Mary; } SCOUTS TO MEETWEDNESDAY. : Church. Board members Tucker,
Miami; Gertrude School Supt. Coy
SEPT. 6 Perryman
Members voted to Denison, Ormond 'Beach.
prepare BUNNELL COMMISSION Harris and school board attorney
; an album of photographs of DISMISSED: Carol Pache, Boy Scout Troop 472 will resume Charles, Tlndell went:
the anniversary pageant to be H. J. Tew, Linda Church Jim their monthly meetings MEETING WEDNESDAYThe to Washington to confer with

presented: to Mrs..Jean Flagler' Townsend, Carrie Alford, Wednesday.. September 6, 7:30p. : Bunnell City Commission HEW officials in an effort to
.Matthews. Sharon Rouse Minnie Edwards fa. 'The hoop did,not meet will meet Wednesday, find a, plan for meeting the '

count.' y. business .. } Vera_.Fabln and Infant'' .d ,lt} el, ".mpnt.h ., September 6 at 8:00 p. m. to ncessary requirement?. for -4
\. directorya: under "*!t ison, Clltforcf"1JOa&'J1. ,," n 'The meeting will be at the conduct the Tax Equalization compliance. The HEW suggested
meeting 'and their regular bimonthly several to the local
home 100 plans
the direction of Theo C. troop Highway according
Heln. METHODIST BOARD to Scoutmaster, Jeff business session. The delegation- them
MEETING Seale. meeting date was changeddue were building one school to
Mr. Wadsworth reported to the Labor Day holiday.The house all of the county's students
that Jack White president of The official Board of the City Hall will be closedall and one plan to transfer .
Marco Polo Park stated the First Methodist Church of day Monday. Carver students In grades
cloverleaf at Korona off Inter. Flagler Beach will meet Sunday MEET POSTPONEDThe There will be no garbage 9 through 12 and kindergarten ;

state Hwy. 95 was progressingand September 3 at 7:30 p. m. regular meeting of the collections Monday. Garbageand students to Bunnell High I
the plot plan should be in the fellowship hall. Flagler County Board of Pub. trash collections' will be School, plus freedom of choice i
completed within 30 days. lic Instruction scheduled for made Tuesday at the regular for students in other grades. r
White also stated the corpora- LOCAL GIRLS COMPETE Tueday, September :5 has been times. During the discussion with

tion is planning on the 12 mil Miss Delores Deen, Bunnell postponed until Thursday, HEW a plan was 'presented
lion tourist attraction to be and Misses Sharyn Abrahamand September 7 at 9:00: a. m. due SCHOOL HOLIDAY to close grades 10.11 and 12 at
completed In 1969. Peggy Mlsslnne, Flagler to the Labor Day holiday. MONDAY. SEPT. 5 Carver and allow freedom of
choice in all other grades. The
Beach, represented Flagler
Flagler Couny school stu
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT Qaqnty in the Florida Crown NOTICE TO FLAGLER local delegation returned and
dents will have their first va presented the proposal to the
cation of the school term
entire school board at a meet
Jacksonville Beach. The local
Enrollment in Flagler Coun beauties were twenty! Flagler Tribune regretsit Monday Sept. 4, when the ing February 17. The board
ty's three public schools is among will no longar be able to schools will ,be closed for he voted unanimously to close
two contestants participatingin
three percent below last year's the seventh annual pageant provide the residents with a Labor Day holiday. grades 10 through 12 and allow .
registration. Total enrollment report of Flagler Beach City Classes will resume Tues freedom of choice for all
I for the three schools was 1210 Commission minutes. day September 5 at 8:20 a. m. pther students, when motion
Wednesday. Bunnell High Miss Joy Jones, representingthe to close the grades was made
School had 603 students reg. Southwest Jacksonville The Tribune has been informed COURTHOUSE OFFICES by Raymon Tucker and seconded .
Beach Elementary Council of the JacksonvilleArea all news media must II. V.
talercd; Flagler CLOSED LABOR DAY by Peavy.
120 and Carver Chamber of Commerce be In attendance at all meet-
,I. School 487. was chosen Queen. ings in order to report the All offices in the Flagler CAP MEETING
Miss Deen was sponsored by news. This is Impossible for County courthouse will be
I" LMt year's enrollment attIM''tItNe the Flagler County Chamberof us, since we do not have the closed Monday in observanceof
schools (totaled 1110. Commerce; Miss Abraham's personnel to attend all of the the Labor Day holiday, ac The Civil Air Patrol, Flafler
Students are still registering sponsor was Flagler Countyand meetings in the: county.We cording to George Moody, Unit will meet tonight at
at Mfeooele and'it is possible Miss Mteeinne was representing want the beach residents Clerk. 7:30: at the courthouse.' ;
the enrollment may be the' City of Flagler. to understand our post The offices will be open for All I Interested persons are
: itbout the same as last year. Beech. torn in this matter. business Tuesday, Sept. 5. urged to attend.
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I Florida Seminoles UndefeatedFlorida's

Florida's Seminole Indians years of bitter fighting with rids would share in the com- On a reservation near Hollywood takes place at an Inaccessiblespot .,'
I have mat than usual to celebrate the United States, the Indians pensation.In Florida, a large electronics chosen by the medicine
this year at their an- withdrew into the Isolation of the hot, humid Ever firm is turning out man. The date coincides with I
nual Green Corn Dance in southern Florida's wetlands glades, many Seminoles still components on a site the Indians the new moon in late June
the Everglades.The and saw-gre.s marshes in prefer to live in open-sided set aside for industrial or early July when the green I

United States Court of 10.. chickees, traditional thartched- development corn ripens. ,

Claims recently upheld tbetm1noI. Itoud, aloof, and umieisat, roof shelters. WhttI Mfa' Ways The climax of the five-day
.' long-standing ed the Seminoles never surrendered Where electricity is now A Seminole businessman festival is Court Day. In the
date to owntMhip of some ; they signed no available, television antennae: summed up the new attitude presence of the Seminoles'
90 pswent of Florida's land. peace treaty. Tribesmen did protrude from palmetto roo .e. of an increasing number of sacred medicine bundle a
H the Supreme Court agrees not even "recognize" the Electric sewing itwddns tribesmen: "Nowadays, IndianIs council of elders formulates
with As ruling, the .mnlimfrs United States until 1988. hum as Seminole women better off adopting white policy and decides the punishment .

may receive as modi as $40 Mot all the Sendnoles found stitch bright strips of cotton man's ways. We have to live of any Indians who
million for the loss of their refuge In the Everglades.Darin into colorful patch-work cos- la fee future instead of always have broken the tribal laws

land. me Bsailnnli' Wti* tumes for tourists. ,talking about how many during the year.

...... ... bll J 1111 many war departed to Oklahoma But dependency on handicrafts deer our grandfathers killed The usual penalty Is social
Mere than a century has a fate that befell Indians is diminishing. Tribesmen on hunt" banishment, but in modern
passed! since the end of meTfintniifr from other parts of the find herding livestockmore The traditional Green Com times at least one unrepentant
Wen, me National Nation. The Oklahoma Seminoles profitable.: About half Done. aDd its uwiuds. rilet murderer was sousensed
Geographic Society says. After as well as those in Flo. the families own cattle herds. survive, however. The dance to death by the elders.

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LEN WILSON G. I. students were re aacwINC
Editor and Publisher minded by the Veterans Ad.
BETTE S. McDANIEL, ministration to be sure their
New EditorO'.I..Cecl college notifies the VA "Picnic Special"
promptly upon acceptance or
enrollment for the fall se $
aespaper Advertlsias;tor allLeRsl mester. each 98

Raymond S..Smith, Veterans
Entered *. second clan matter Se;vlcQ:<< Officer said that
February 6, 1913. it the pott- prompt action by the collegesand
office at Bunnell. Florida, under students will enable the S. D. A. ChoiceCHOCK
Act of March 3., 1S76. Veterans Administration to

process the applications "
toe Per Copy and 'Insure timely "IL 59
OB. Year ..........._." thereby to the thousands of STEAKS
Six: Months .........."..._.--* payment students
expected to be in
OotU FUffler County
14-00 Per Yea.LmERS school under. the G.I. Bill this

fall.The G. t. student themselves

that should they remind are under the the college New 'OiK STEAKS lbM 5g

TO THE G.I Bill-otherwise they will
i be treated as non-veteran
students-VA will not be noti
fled-and no money will be Small, Meaty WESTERN (
received, Smith added. '

The Editor Eight Nobel laureates were SPARE RIBS' lb. SiftAZEALEA'S
FLAGLfeR TRIBUNE visiting members and lecturers
)Bunnell, 1 Florida. at the University bf Ml.
Dear Editor: ami's Center for Theoretical
The vociferous harangues of Studies in Coral Gables during
the leadership of the F.E.A. the 1966-67 academic year. "ALL MEAT COPELAND'S "ALL MEAT'BOLOGNA

and C.T.A. teacher organizations .
purported to be in the FRANKS
best interest of quality education CLASSIFIED
Is developing public lb. Cello Pkg. iA
ADVERTISING 12 02. 1 l.9 1
antagonism against all of our Cello Pkg. 39c (SLICED) ..
teachers. I IJ
That Improvements in edu II J
cation, as well as teachers' SLICED FREE
Copeland's SMOKED (4-6 lb. Avg.)
salaries, should be made will
not be denied by most of ourcitizens HATE--4c per word.Minimum
but the gutter-like charge per issue $1.00. *
tactics employed by these PICNICS lb. 41TURKEY
self-styled leaders are repul
save,. Unreasonable and inex- HOUSE FOR RENT- AlA, 9th
cusable.To St., Flagler Beach, Florida.
date, these tactics, run Call Mrs. Bob ,Nolan, Seville,
the gamut from degradationand Florida. 749.2309. 8-31-tf NECKS-HOG MAWS-PIG FEET $4700

vilification of the State RIB TIPS-NECK BONES-PIG TAILS *fl Ibs................
House Sale
For -1965
Executive and Legislators,
two.b arooni, 12x50 It.' $500.00 .
ominous :threats !to parents of ldj
school-aged children, attemptsto down and assume monthly Van Camp's (Limit 7 with food order)
payments. Excellent eondi-
prevent new industry from tion. Phone 437.3972 8-31-ltp. PORK *j No. 300 $<00 EVERCANEAND
entering the State of Florida, / Cans
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dissuading new qualified. Used four-drawer chest, $12.50. SUGAR *<. ,
teachers from seeking employment Jerry's Furniture and Appliances Red & WhiteBREAD Large 20 oz. Loaf
in our public schools, Old Dixie Highway, 2 For
to a new low in professional miles South of Korona. Phone 4 9Se lb.
conduct by sending letters of 4373752. Aug. ,,31, Itc. 5 Bag 37e
intimidation( the teachersin
an effort to coerce themto Roofing supplies, asphalt, asphalt R-C or Sunburst (No Deposit) Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
support a walkout (strike) shingles, mineral surface SOFT (Carton of 6
at the beginning of the school paper and felt. New roofing DRINKS, 10 oz. Size) 39 e
year. To assume that these and repair. Free esti
tactics can provide quality mates. Call 4392303. Atlantic Jolli-Pac Giant Twin Pack
education Is the epitome of Hardware & Supply Co., Inc., POTATO Each DELITE
absurdity.All Flagler Beach, Fla. 8242tc. CHIPS 3ge
the citizens of Florida .
should rise In indignation FOR SALE .'
righteous 2 acres nicely OLEO :
l I. : to counter this landscaped. Small home, well Bag
vicious 'and reckless program secluded off Old Haw Creek Each ;
before it turns our fine educational Road, $2,900. Joe Martel. BRIQUETS lb..00 r

.\ system into chaos. Aug. 17, 24, 31, 3tc. 6 (In Solids) JL'
Letters, telegrams, and telephone
messages should flood SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
:the ofices of all local andstate fields installed; Rota-Roter WESSON OIL
! officials, instructing snail shell. Reasonable prices.
I" them to reject and Ignore any Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 FROZEN FOODS _
" of the demands made by the 8-1-tf Large 38 oz.
F.E.A. and C.T.A. leaders. Re. 67' Morton'
Bottle 14 Size
". sponsible teachers should disregard FLAGLER BEACH LOTS oz.
the brazen threats 50 ft. Ocean front lot north of CREAM Each
received, and boycott any Flagler Beach, $3. 00; 2 lots Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order PIES 29c
f proposed walkout. Further, on Central Ave., $3.000; 2 lots .-; J ., -
f teachers should resign or refuse on Daytona Ave., $2,500. Barker Frosty Acre, 6 oz. Can
to renew memberships in & Wilson, Inc., Realtors & 1" -
both the F.E.A. and C.T.A. Auctioneers, Tribune Bldg., FRESH PRODUCE, ST LEMONADE. 10
organizations. Bunnell. Phone 4373282.
Without public support, Regular: LooseONIONS ., _
legislative support and, most SINGER AUTOMATICcoNsou "".
Important, financial support MODEL 3 25c BLUE PLATE
(derived chiefly from membership Sewing machine Zlff Zags,
dues), (these militant blind stitches, buttonholes, Vine Ripe
leaders will be forced to resign decorates, etc. Original pnce lb. 19ftMAYONNAISE
or to adopt a more reasonable $aOO. Has a balance of $62. or TOMATOES
and intelligent program reliable party In this area can
to acquire the means to assume $2. weekly payments. Fresh Green Jar 47cCABBAGE

provide and promote quality Phone COLLECT Jacksonville l'b.' Limit 1
education. 383-1946. Ask for credit mann 7 e with $5.00 or more food order
Respectfully yours, aker. Will deliver, no obUga*
GeoI'feC.Dorete tion.. Aug.3,10,17,84,31
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I ?-; _ v wedding of Miss Cynthia
Cobb to James L. Miller

was an event of Thursday
: evening,August 10, at the First
fit c"t.j Baptist Church of Bunnell,
with the Rev. Charles Anders

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hannah Mr. and Mrs. Leland B. officiating in a double ring
had as their houseguest last Shaw were business visitors in ceremony. Ray Mercer was or-
week her sister, Mrs. Jane Orlando Tuesday.Mr. ganist and Mrs. Berni Hirschi

Rowland of Memphis, Tenn. 4 was soloist
The bride is the daughterof
and Mrs. H. C. Cobb re- _
__ William H. Cobb, Bunnell.
Zachary Holland, student at turned home Saturday from a
The parents of the groom are
Abraham Baldwin College In week's vacation In Maggie
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Miller,
Tifton, Ga. is spending the Valley, N. C. Concord, Tenn.
summer vacation with his par. Given in marriage by her
ents, Mr. and Mrs Z. G. Hol Visiting here during the white
father, the bride wore a
land. Zachary returns to weekend with Wlllard and Ni
linen sheath dress enhanced
school September 22. na Spivey, were Mr. and Mrs.
with lace overdress touched
Frank Spivey of Douglas. Ga.
with embroidered daisies, and
A02 ; Donald Barrow US u featured a high neckline and
Navy, who is stationed In Mrs. J. C. Hall, Sr., Jack Hall, 1< c. y sleeves.
Mr. and Mrs.,Dave Dobson and 4 1't long ,
his mother '
Japan, surprised Her shoulder length veil of
: Mrs. Claude Barrow, Bunnell, Mr. and Mrs. Martin McDanielwere sheer illusion was attached to
visitors in Ocala Sun-
with a telephone call from a matching lace crown sprinkled -
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day. t ru 8Y
Japan Wednesday nightDonald
with pearls. She carried a
arrived in Japan two Mrs. Maureen Tucker and cascade bouquet of daisiesMiss
weeks ago. Heidi Eisenbach
four children of Cocoa spent s. was
the weekend here visiting with maid of honor. She wore an
Mr. and Mrs. Longo Diaz her mother in law, Mrs. A. F, Empire dress of golden yellow
! and children, Miami, arrived Tucker " Wednesday for several days lie Tucker and family, elbow length sleeves. Her
visit: here with Mr. and Mrs. .. headpiece was formed of flowers
Martin Harding and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Knight p. .. and leaves in complimentary -

St. Johns Park. and daughters, Kim, Joanl and : ..]fnjI: shades of golden yellow.

Leta have returned home from Mr. and Mrs. Flynn Edition- Bunnell. The couple Is residing She carried a single Majestic
1 Mr. and Mrs. Orville Davis, three weeks of camping and son are pictured at the re in Tallahassee where he daisy.
Flagler Beach had as their sightseeing in Texas, Oklahoma ceptlon following their mar. is attending Florida State Robert Durrance, Bunnell
weekend houseguest, Mr. How and Arkansas.Mrs. riage Friday, August 18, at University served as best man. Ushers
'; ard Fleming of Edgewater. the First Baptist Church in were Charles Zimmerle and
Mr. Fleming was guest organ. A. F. Tucker accompa Benton Eisenbach, of Bun-
ist at the Flagler Beach Methodist nied her grandson and his
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller Chastain of Jackson- nell.Assisting
/ Church last in the reception
'\' Sunday. family, County Agent and
and Mrs. Helen Sullivan were ville visited here last week immediately following the
Mrs. Cecil Tucker, Sanford, on
:, in Daytona Beach Thursday with Eldon and Arlene Knight,
Mrs. Joan Parrish, Flagler a week's trip to West Florida ceremony in the church recreation
Beach, is convalescing at the where they visited relatives.Mr. evening to attend the Miss and family. hall were Mrs. Joann
home of her mother, Mrs. F. L Voluslit County Beauty Contest Crews, Miss Gwen Brooks and
Brown in Jacksonville. Mrs. and Mrs. Odell Hersey Mrs. Fuller served on the Lewis and Angela Wads. Miss Gloria Johnston.
Parrish Mon. panel of judges for the event. worth were dinner guests of Miss Rabeth
: was discharged spent.the weekend In Douglas, Hersey kept the
:. day from St. Vincents Hos- Ga. visiting friends and ,rela Dr. and 'Mrs. Jim Clower and bride's book.
, Hospital Jacksonville where tives. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle and son Mike in Daytona Beach After a wedding trip to Con-
she was a patient for three son Glenn have returned to Sunday evening.Mrs. cord, Tenn and the Smoky
weeks. -Mr. and Mrs. Murray Anderson their home in Bunnell after Mountains, the couple is at
M Waycross, Ga., were over several days camping at Man Margaret Marshall of home at Marcinkowski Apartments
Mrs Joe Maszk left Tuesday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. atee Springs and Ocala Na Ocean City, Md. arrived Sun East Moody Blvd., Bun
: for a week's vacation In H. H. Murray Saturday. The tional Forest. The Carles plan day for a visit here with Mr. nell.
North Carolina. She was ac Andersons were' enroute to to'Yetom nto; their home in and Mrs. R. Stum an. Her

''companled, on the ttrlp by.* San .Juan, Puerto Rico for fti!I.,. TI'f's.v1lle this: week. 1/ father, Raphael, Sturman. is a CLUB SCHEDULES
Mrs. Gardner, Daytona Beach. vacation. medical patient 'at Bunnell.
Janice Murray visited In' General Hospital. \' POTLUCK SUPPERThe

Alva Lou Franklin returnedto Weekend houseguests of Joe Hazelhurst, Ga. last weekend.Her Flagler Senior Citizens
Mr. and Mrs. Sal-
her home in Hillard, Florida and Wilma Brock were Mr. daughter, Elaine, returned returned home Club will meet Tuesday, Sept.
after visiting here two and Mrs. John Wlseburg and home with her after two yerds from Pensacola where Tuesday 5, in Community Hall of (the

weeks with Janet Scott, son John, Jr. of Orlando.Mr. weeks visit with relatives. were called due to the deathof they Municipal Building, Flagler
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Beach. There will be a potluck
his brother Edward Sal-
' ry Scott. John Cyzyckl of Korona Recent, guests of Harry and supper starting at 6 o'clock.
-who recently underwent sur Mauise McKenney were their yerds. This will be the first meet
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Cole., gery is recuperating at the grandchildren, Sandra and ing of the fall session when
man and Jody spent the week home of his daughter and David Morris of Jacksonvilleand ARRIVES FOR VISIT the Club resumes its twice-
end in Hastings with her son in law, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Jake Peeplesof Major and Mrs. Robert L. monthly meeting schedule.The .
mother, Mrs. Evelyn Cornell- Panella at Meredosia, Ill. St. George, Ga. Shaw arrived today for several Club met only once a
son. days visit with his par. month during June, July and
Moses and Joann Atkinsonof Spending the weekend with ents, Mr. and Mrs. LelandB. August when so many of its
Mrs. Joann Crews and child Atlanta spent ithe weekendher Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach Shaw, Lake Dlston. members were away.
\ ren spent last weekend in Or with her parents, Mr. and and Benton, Heidi and Hervy Major Shaw is presently attending Members are asked to bringa
lando visiting with her moth. Mrs. Jeff Cockrell.Mr. at their summer cottage at the Civil Affairs Career covered dish for the potluck
er, Mrs. Marge McCord. Flagler Beach were Mr. and Staff School at Fort Gordon supper and the Club will
and Mrs. II. Fryman, Mrs. Herbert Fowler and Ga. and departs soon for furnish coffee, Walter Creal,
Mrs. T. W. McGarry and Holly Hill, visited here Tuesday .daughters, Donna< and Judy, Vietnam for duty in the US Publicity Chairman said to
daughters Nancy and Cathyof with their son and Macon, Ga. Army. day.
Toronto, Canada are visit. daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. -
ing with her father, Mr. Rex Bill Fryman.Mr. .

Cramp at Flagler Beach.Dr. i and Mrs. Flynn Edmonson MORI HlT-MDRi Illlf QRIULQWERlU El COSTS

and Mrs. Kenneth iStrul- returned home Tuesday
ley and children left today from Gatlinburg, Tenn. and
for their home in New York left Thursday for Tallahassee
City after a two month's va where he is enrolled at Florida WITH i

cation at Massie's Motor Sate University.The THIS
Court, Flagler Beach. newlyweds will be residing
at 326.5 Pennell Circle

Dave and Katherine Ferryman
and daughters Kay and
STUDIO Janet returned home Wednes No more "cold comers" when this patented
r day from a trip to Washington Turbo-Blower takes over. Increases the comfort
Tap and Ballet D. C. and Virginia. area and saves on fuel co t*.
Tall term starting Sept. 15 + :
;: Enrollment limited Mrs. Jewel Edwards is in 'Y This Is Dearborn's very beat buy for your money.
i HELENE D. BRYAN Sebring this week visiting Features Include Forward Heat Flow, Cool Safety
&39.2373I with her sister, Mrs. Eula O' Cabinet, Lifetime Hi-Crown Burner and toBItew
I Brien. s Radiants...and they're all exclueivety from Dearborn -
i "" and designed to give you maximum oomtort

g p S EASY BUDGET TERMS, If you wieh.
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j fl r ON TIMECERTIFICATES ., .: :,: Regularly priced at _$72JO
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LB: AR\' Happy birthday this week to: I

Recently acquired by the TodaY-Katherine Watson'
are: Biography "SpeakMemory" Robbie Walters. Quantity Rights
Library by Vladimir Nabok.bovanother Friday-c. B. Hull, Mary Reserved
masterpiece Novick, Emma Blankenship
by M E TT S
the great Russian writer who Roe A. Denham, Patsy Dur: ***
wrote "Lollta" and has had ranee, Bob Kendall. TOP Price Good

rare butterflies he found nam Saturday-Albert Zamba, Thursday, Friday, .

ed after him.Lion" by Mary Sunday Elaine-Joe Deen S. Sisco> Myrtle VALUE Saturday,
"Paper George MARKET'
SUPER 31 and
Plimpton, New Yoker, Harvard Streeter. u Sept.
and Cambridge and Monday David Miller, STAMPS 2, 1967
writer who ,tried out being a Steven Williams, Walter 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437.3201
quarterback to see what It Winkleman, Agnes Lee,
was like. One critic thoughtthis Charles P. Worley.
best seller to be the best Tuesday-Diana Martin, Lisa FLORIDA GRADE "A"

I book started it on down football it to and write was ever this.loath Sheeler.Wednesday Lorraine -HaInes Laura, Alii-Britt \ ,";. '.:::.,'' Lb.

put good, F B Y E R S 29
by"The Lawrence Glory 6.of Ritter Their, story Times'of Fuller.Tommy Hargett, M. B. ''Whole,

the early days of baseball by .
those who played it. Full of This Weeks .. ;', F'pj.
nostalgia, many facts and ( ) !) ;!,-

photographs."Madame Sarah" about an RecipeOur Half 'or

actress by an actress. Writtenby unusual recipe this HAM Lb. 55
the light of footlights and week was given to us by Mrs. Whole
smelling of greaspaint. Exdt- Rosemary Brown.
Ing. Mystery, "The Man Who SWEET POTATO SUPRISE
Was Called Thursday" by that COPELAND (ALL-MEAT) .
great master of mystery and CAKE
paradox, Gilbert K. Chester 1% cups cooking oil
ton. Any bookworm worthy of 2 cups sugar l 2
'the name must read at least 4 eggs separated WI I ENE RS 2 .Z' 89
one book by Chesterton. And 4 tablespoons hot water Pkg.
he's not easy to find in these 2V4 cups sifted cake flour
days. 3 teaspoons baking powder
Recreation-'The Art of Ar % teaspoon salt LEAN DELICIOUS
ranging Flowers-A Complete 1 teaspoon cinnamon
Guide to Japanese Ikebana." 1 teaspoon nutmeg
So detailed, so clearly thoughtout l'/a cups grated raw sweet $49Copeland
are the ,directions that potatoes Ground Beef 3 Lbs.
anyone who loves flowers 1 cup chopped nuts
could learn a lot from ,this 1 teaspoon vanilla
book. Combine oil and sugar and
Also an art book. The color beat until smooth. ,Add egg
pictures are poems, simple as yolks and beat well. Add hot (Ham) Tender Delicious
all good poetry is. The sturdy water, then dry ingredients Lb. Lb.
cover is bound in brilliant which have been sifted to. CENTER SLICES 990 CUBE STEAK 9ge
Stir in nuts
grass green raw silk. gether. potatoes
We hope that the Garden and vanilla and beat well. First Cut Lean DelicioulPORK
Club has not a copy becausewe Beat egg whites until stiff Lb. Lb.
want to invite then over and fold into mixture. Bakein CHOPS 590 PORK STEAK 5ge
to see this one. Studying it, three greased 8-inch layer
they could win some prizes. cake pans at 350 degrees for U. S. Choice U. S. Choice '
Submitted by Dorothy Ho. 25 to 30 minutes. Cool and TOP ROUND Lb. $<*09 SIRLOIN Lb.
mans, Librarian. frost. .
GARY WAYNE DODGENMr. f large can evaporated milk Florida Grade "A"FRYERS Pure Pork (Homemade)

1 cup sugar FAMK.ILY SB.t $179 PAN SAUSAGE "" 4ge
and Mrs: John Dodgen 1 stick margarine _,
Bunnell, '
Hardy Street :are the4 3 egg yolks < '
parents of a' son born Saturday
August 26 at 1:00 p. m. 1 1 1/3 teaspoon cups flaked vanilla coconut Kraft (Salad Dressing) Flo-Cane Giant SizeFAB
at Ormond Memorial Hospital.He .
% cup
weighted seven poundsand Combine milk, sugar, margarine SUGAR
fourteen ounces at birth egg yolks and vanilla ,
and has been named Gary WHIP
in saucepan. Cook over 5 Lb. Gt. \
Wayne. medium heat about 12 min Bag 49c BoxLimit 4"e
The maternal grandparentsare &
utes, stirring constantly, until 450
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Spi- mixture thickens. Remove Limit ((1) with purchase ((1) with purchase
vey, Bunnell. Mr. and Mrs. from heat and add coconutand Limit ((1)) with purchase of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food
Clifford Dodgen, Bunnell are raisins. Beat until cool of $5.00 or more food order. order.
paternal grandparents. and of spreading consistency. order.
NOTE: You can use the
BACK TO SCHOOL PARTY remaining 3 egg whites and
Elaine Skolar invited a make a seven minute frostingto Florida Grade "Au 22 Oz. Everfre.h (Twin Pkg.)
group of her sixth grade class ice the top and sides and MEDIUM
mates to a "Back to School use the frosting for a filling LIQUID POTATO
evening at between the layers.
Party" Thursday EGGS
her home, Palm Ave. JOY CHIPS
The invited guests enjoyeda STUDENTS Doz.
weiner roast and played va ATTENDING SJRJC 3 $100 22 Oz. 49c Pkg.
rious outdoor games. Prize BU.
Sheila Johnston! Among the local students limit (3) Please 49e
were won by Limit ((2)) Btls. Please
the St. Johns River
Vivian Arnold and Cherry attending
Wadsworth. Junior College in Palatka this
Other guests were Jackie fall are Walton Cowart, Janice
Murray, Rita Pellicer, Cheryl Seale, Stanford Robertson, Showboat ((300 Can) American Beauty Sea Can

Christine Kinney Kathy Hlgginbotham.Harper and Emery.Becky Robertson and Kathy PORK AND CREAM (Light Crated)


WHITE BARNANTIQUES 8 Cans 97 e 3 Cans 300 4ge 4 Cans $100

(Limit (8) Please Limit (3)) Please LImit (4) Please

Frozen Foods Produce Dairy Items :


U. S. NO. 1 SOUTH-BUNNELL 9 oz. Box.FRIES. fOe, Lb..............,............ 80 l' ORANGEJUICE '

FLEA MARKET EVERY Asst. Flavors Yellow Cooking

. ICE MILK, 1h Gal
" a ........ 5ge 3 Lb.Bag.9 4ge



WE BUY ANYTHING OLD With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of

3 Lb. Can Armour 3 Ibs. or more (1) Pan Ready

No Charge For House CaRs Cannod Han Chuck Roast Cut-up Fryer

Coupon V.... After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
CALL 72-1843 Satar&y, Sft. *, 1097 Saturday, Sept. 2, 1967 Saturday, Sopt. 2, 17



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CHURCHNEWS Oliver F. Taylor. Pctttor


Florida Highway Patrol
I By Russell Kerr ot'this natural protection. that predicted 19 persons will lose

Nature In her wisdom pro nature provided. their lives in traffic accidentson -- We live in a world of tempta-

tected Florida's thousand; mile Without this natural protec the state's highways dur- tion. The only thing that keeps
coastline with a long soft tion storm tides can pile, high ing the Labor Day weekend. FIRST man from being only an ani-

cushion of sand and mud held er and higher on our shores During the 78 hour Labor BUNNELL mal is that man has a mind

together by huge mats of doing millions 0 f dollars Day holiday period which begins Rev. Oliver Taylor, Pastor which includes a moral con-

tough resllent rushes and worth of damage to properties at 6 p. m. Friday, Sep- Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. science. Compromise of old

grasses.On fooishly built on fills and ember 1, and extends until Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. standards seems to be in

waterfronts.But midnight Monday, September Methodist Youth Fellowship. vogue, yet honor and faithfulness -
both coasts, low areas
such material loss cannot 4, the patrol will collaboratewith 6:30: p. m. are necessary if one is to
where fresh waters
merge Florida's AAA Motor 2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. truly know God. .
compare to the greater
with salt, we find bays,
Clubs and the Association of 1, Lambert Street. in to '
basins, lagoons, deltas, sand- loss that attends our shortsightedness When a person gives ,
banks, marshes and man- for this natural Broadcasters in the massive the desires of the flesh the
flats. barrier produces a safe haven statevide "Bring 'Em Back ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe gain is not of lasting value.
.. 'You for' all manner of valuable Alive" safety campaign. Rev. Robert stuart. Selfishness causes many people
be Inclined to
may seal if e on which we must depend Colonel H. N. Kirkman, Di- Priest in Charge to satisfy their own personal
think of such desolate
areas as -
for food. Every foot of rector of the Department of School 10:00 a.m. desires regardless of the
wastes, uninhabitableand Church ,
these valuable tidelands we Public Safety, referring to cost in eternal values. Sin is

senseless worthless. reasoning Such ignorant has, destroy costs us dearly in sea- Florida's record low traffic Sunday.Morning Worship 11:15: a.m. bad because it is a turning

food products. Crabs crawfish death rate away from God which placesan
years Communion first Sunday of
caused to muchLEGAL
man destroy holidays
and a large variety of food 4th of July said, each month. Individual in position to

ADVERTISEMENTIN fish breed and feed in these "Motorists proved /the Patrol's Three miles east of Bunnellon loose his proper eternal re-

protected areas. prediction wrong by reducingthe highway 100 lationship with God.

THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Just'Ias man has created number of highway fatalities A Christian Is a person who

COURT IN AND FOR FLAG- deserts by destroying trees by more than half therefore to the best of his ability remains
FILE NO. and vegetation so he is de- confirming the fact that faithful to God's moral'
IN RE: Estate of ELLEN JANE stroying another valuable safe and: defensive*driving by Charles D. Anders Pastor codes and laws. The laws do

BERRILL.Deceased asset in his so-called commercial conscientious motorists will Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday not make a prison, but actually .

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo development of our reduce traffic accidents appreciably School. gives him a greater

tons having all creditors claims and or demands all per- tidal areas. ." 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship freedom with a proper relationship -

against said estate. We gallons of "This holiday weekend can 7:00 p.m. Training Union. with God and man.
You and each of you are pour raw
hereby' notified and required to sewage into these areas, in prove to< be even safer," said 8:00: p.m. Evening Worship. Faithfulness is a part of sal.

present any claims and demands areas where the bulk of our Kirkman "if motorists will Wed.: 7:30: p.m., Prayer vation. "But he who enduresto
which either of
have you against or the estate you. may of seafoods breed and grow. We keep in mind and ,avoid the Service. the end will be saved."

ELLEN JANE BERUILU deceased drain them, dredge them and dangerous accident causing Nursery, all services. Mark 1$::13.
late of Wayne County
2 Blocks East of stoplight,
Michigan to the Hon. T. K. Mc- use them as garbage dumps, 'People Problems' of anger, fatigue I

ler Knight County'County, County Judge Courthouse of Flag- and destroy them entirely to worry hurry, highway Moody Boulevard. THANK YOU ,

In Du nel1.. Flagler County Florida provide ground for a new industrial hypnosis and daydreamingwhile I. would like to thank the
;Wttlln six months from the, driving during the long BUNNELL .
date of the :first publication of plant or building.We Labor Day weekend." Sheriffs Department for their
Each claim or demand mud are steadily creating prompt and courteous action
be In writing and must state the tidal disaster areas at the taxpayers Safety Director also Rev' John Llngold.: Pastor
place of residence and po t-office expense and makingthe offered the following timely Sunday .School, 10:00 a. m. in; my time of need. Also my

address be sworn of to the by claimant the claimant and must his storm and hurricanes driving tips to help motor. Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. friends and neighbors who ,

agent or his attorney or It will works of, destruction much ists "Bring'Em Back Alive": Life Liners Service, 6:30p. have been so good to me. ..

become! Kath ':Void1 creditor,according shall to deliver lair. easier. Our piers, seawalls and Keep well within the, posted m. Thank you all.

sufficient copies of his claim to dikes cannot compete with speed limits drive defensivelyat Evening Evangelistic Service Ethel Sayers
enable the County Judge to mall all times
use those seatbelts
the protection that nature ; 7:30 p. m.
one to each personal representative. provided LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT .
let for the oth
as we cry out for courtesy Deen Road.
Dated August IBth. A rf, 1967: wrecked er drivers be your constant IN THE CIRCUIT COCHT IV
JOHN THOMAS BERRILU properties washedout
A> Executor of the Last highways and flooded watchword and finally if you THE METHODIST CHURCH TY, FLORIDA <
Will and Testament of drink don't drive
and if you 206
Deceased.ELLEN JANE B ;'RTULL. residential and Industrial drive don't drink. Flagler Beach pl& STAMPER. JR.,

"First publcatlon on: August, areas. Reynold Nelson Hoover vs.Plaintiff
24, 1967. Unfortunately the government -
.tc.-*-Aug. 24. 31, Sept T. 14 local, state and federal SALES AND USE TAX Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Defendant.

has worked hand in hand Morning Worship 11 a. m. NOTICE] OF SUIT
YEAR Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45 :
with selfish interests in de Residence and address un-. ,
stroylng these valuable areas. Fred o.lvfeBudJ( ) Dickinson, p.m. known. ,
Club meets the.JUst
The American Jr., Comptroller of Florida re- .jjMert's ''
taxpayer foots .r ED that an action for divorce
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS the bill as he proudly pointsto ports that the state realized ""'M nay,. of each montrr'St has been filed against you and

710-12 Lemon St. the $25,816,221 In sales and 7:30 p. m.Woman's. you are required to serve a copy
new industrial plantor use of your written defenses If any,
Palatka, Florida hotel built on tidal lands tax collections for July the Society of Chris to it on BKRRIEN BECKS: at
tIon Service the 2nd Thursday whose address
Phone EA 59166 that have been filled In and first month of the current T'Iiorllla.otfk: : Rldgewood
Furniture made available to Industry. fiscal year.Dickinson. 9:30: a. m. Avenue Daytona Beach. Florida)
Upholterlng South Daytona Avenue. and file the original with the
Repaired & Refinished If you want to know whatIs said revenues .: clerk of the above styled Courton

Mattresses & Box really happening in this from the sales and use tax, or before September 25. 1967:
Springs otherwise a judgment may be
country 'in the wanton destruction as from .
Made to Order, Also Renovated Florida's gasoline entered against you for the relief -
of our tidal land I and wholesale sporting Flagler Beach demanded In the Complaint.

Call Laura Morris 4373233 suggest that you read "Our goods taxes amounted t 0 Max Hall Pastor seal WITNESS of said my Court hand at and Bunnell the,

After 6:00 P. M. Vanishing Tidelands" in this healthy increases above like Sunday School: 9:45.: Flagler County, Florida this
21st day of August, 1967.
PRICES REASONABLE month's Issue of the Reader's collections for the same monthof Morning Worship: 11:00. GEORGE Is!. <1'rPi.,

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED Digest written by Polly Medford the previous year. Evening Worship: 7:30. Clerk Flagler of County the Circuit, Florida.Court

Just as near as a member of The Tropical In the major category of Wednesday Prayer Meeting: (Official1 Court Seal)
Phone or Post Office Audubon Society. It will sales and use tax, Dickinson 7:30.: By Deputy: /./ Clerk Janice Murray

open your eyes and I hope said the July 1967 collections On the corner of Third and Aug. 24. 31. Sept. 7. 14- Drop Us a Card or Call give you a different viewpointon exceeded by $2,550,325 or 11 Central.

Free Pick-up & Delivery the importance of preserving per cent the collection !total LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

left.such of our tide lands as for July 1966."However CATHOLIC CHURCHESRev. IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT SEVENT1I OF-

are one major dark Fr. Anthony Leon Pastor "'LOUIU"IX AND FOR
CASK NO. 13nu'. A
spot on Florida's economic
horizon is the federal administration's LUERANA HALL
Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. Plaintiff
push for 10
Flagler County Insurance cent boost in federal income Weekday Masses: Mon..Wed., W. T. HALL VII. .

tax," Dickinson warned. and Friday at 8:30 a.m. Defendant..
"This move could prove to FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL TO: W. T. HALL'VhoBe ,

i Agency Inc. be a severe blow to the state's Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m. are\ unknown.residence and address

I economy which is vitally dependent Weekday Masses: Tues. and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFI-
on the sales Thurs. 8:30 ED that an action for divorce
tax. A at a.m.
has been filed
All Forms of Insurance against you and
I substantial increase in the in ST. STEPHEN'S, BUNNELL you are required to serve a copy
come tax could effect of your written defenses, if any,
\ definitely
105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171 the number Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m. to It on Rob't H. Matthews, Attorney
of tourists for Plaintiff
whose address -
Weekday Mass at
Bunnell Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY who might visit Florida in the : Saturday Is P. O. Box 687. 109 Professional
8:30: a.m.COMMUNITY. Building, New Smyrna
coming year, charged DIck. Beach Florida, and file the orig
BONDS inson. final with the Clerk of the above
MEMORIAL styled court on or before the
"As well, it could sharply 18 day of September 1967; other-
reduce the spending of these CHURCH wise a judgment may be enter-
ed against you for the relief de.
tourists and of Floridians, Flagler Beach handed In the Complaint.

themselves. The overall re- Rev. R. W. Dlckert Pastor WITNB06! my hand and the
Mal of aid court on the 11th
When you suit could be very damaging Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. day of August A. D. 1967.
to Florida's fiscal stability, GEORGE M. MOODY
Worship Service 11
a. m.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
DISTANCE "IETGEORGE "Dickinson added. Communion every first Sun- Bunnell, Flagler County
The Comptroller noted that Florida.
day of each quarter.. (SEAL)
calendar year collections of Daytona Avenue, South of By: Janice
MEANS the tax currently amounted to School. Muaa'k.
Au '. 17, ... Si.
$188,781,716 for increaseof Stpt. 7. 4te
DO IT! an

NOTHING! $10,813,842, or 6 per cent,
above collections for a like

We Pay Pottage Both Ways period during last year. THE BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE

Use DBF "Save-By-Mail"! Service Dickinson said collections of
Florida's gasoline tax totaled ROBERT L.
i OM d....,..,MM tobf i.rf UM A....,....b...Mtiwili $14,354,736 for July 1967. He HANNAH

added that this represented *n FUNERAL HOMES
'I:> increase of $743,548 or 5.5 percent

more than collection for Dedee4ed to dignity service and economy. Leweet GMt

.d the same month of last year. by far ia the satire are on any service" of yew ........

MAIN OPFICIi"t On an average, for every 40 We tevrte yeur eemparteea. Serving all faith.
>mviirimrii Oaytwia'
R vtatts to a doctor's office there
will be one hospttaUzatlon,
RANCH OFFICE: "Hrarl ef Hotly HM U S. ft at Mi SfrMt ftoeotfotnx to Mw InofMa Hospital CALL WT Mil TOLL Pail

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There are some Importantfacts expenditures of the Mail Service TRUTH INADVERTISING
that we all should know --.
that will help are up 97%. ? Social Security .
facts us
4. Since 1960, expenditures About 6,000 rural familiesIn
to prevent a vastly higher for national welfare and the four-state Atlanta Re- While the FCC Is berating I
of Federal spending In
level They are facts health programs are up gion ere now eligible for the television for Its cigarettecommercials NEWSQ. ':f:1:

the future. 210%. first: time to have mall delivered wish It would .
that are going up and up. to their homes Under we '
These are Just I have a part-time maid. "
They are: a few Items look Into another aspect of tv '
that all a new Post Office Department Must I report her earnings ;
1. Since 1960 the personnel Americans should policy. ads aimed not at corruptingthe and pay social security tax? ':

comprising the civilian consider. Facts that show Under the new policy, rural youth but at demoralizing
A. If a household '
you pay
payroll of the Federal there Is a strong probability delivery service can be pro. the adult. In iv commercials employee as much as '$50 i in
government 25%. grown that government spendingwill vided for all areas with an nothing, good happensto a calendar quarter, you must 'li

by double again In the1970's average population density of anyone past the age 6f dis report the earnings. '
2. Since 1960 the cost of one and one-half families a
unless a major change cretion. Life not only doesn'tbegin Q. I am age 62 and still
government payrolls In. mile instead of the prior requirement
in attitude takes place. It Is at 40, It ends at 25. working. Should I file for so ,x
eluding the military, has of two families a
being predicted that we will Watch the people In these clal security benefits now? "
75 rural
grown by %. have a $300 mile traveled byh '
billion Federal carrier. ads for a while. Teen-agersJn. A. It depends on what benefits -
3. Since 1960, non-defense budget by 1980. We .
wonder If variably have great, glistening you could now receive. ,\:
the people really want this This means that a family dentures .
teeth. Adults have We would need to know your .
much living within three quarters of '
government. Are we and bad breath. Boys and figure
earnings your
willing to pay for It? Can we a mile from the present route switch hair grease and girls benefit rate. Contact 'your so- ;

OUR OWN PAINTBuy pay for It? of a carrier Is now eligible are glad. Men don't have hair.If cial security office so this can

'Direct Save-Why Your legislators In WashIngton for delivery service.Mr. they do, it is full of dan be determined and YQu can

Pay More would like to know Gladden said the ex druff. Boys douse themselveswith decide what 1$ best for you.

GALLONSL7lTEZ what you think 1 tension of service, first since shaving lotion and wait

3 $5 1959, Is "a significant step in to beat trff the women, like or Q.:over Can now, every receive person a age social 72

iBterUr-ExterUr FLORIDA HOSPITALSIn fulfilling Postmaster General traps full of cheese. Older peo security check ,

O'Brien's promise to ,providethe pIe go: to a nearby movie and receiving
A. Most a
Gallons $ 69 persons
Florida, about 45% ,of best possible postal ser have to leave because their
2 Outside White y the community general hos vice to all citizens." stummlck is killing them. benefit from some othesgov.also-
enmentt cannot .
OIL BASE FOR WOOD pitals are voluntary, nonprofit Girls have yards of blonde agency 72 "

Yeoman Nationwide (with 53% of the total 20- An ,estimated 40% of the hair, full of body and boys receive benefits.the Get special in touch age with !

Paint Factory 745 beds), 40% are govern- laboratory: procedures used today nuzzle It. Wives have grayhair office
mental (42% of all beds), and in Florida hospitals could and their husbands won'ttake your social security or
tT. S. 1 IlMd Ail. details.Q. .
4S8"5r. -
Orated' Beach 1* SiSO 15% are proprietary (5% of not have been carried .out 10 them dancing. Men work complete
63 and
I earning
am age ,
all beds). years ago. hard and get ahead, only to
$1200 Can I re
over per year.
haw some pimply assistanttell ceive anV social security benefits

them they have bad ?

breath. 'The teenage wife A. You can receive all of
makes 'a cup of coffee and
your social security benefits
turns her husband into a sex
if your earnings do, not exceed
maniac. The older wife wash. "
$1500. You may be due
t es, irons, mops floors and puts benefits if your earnings areover
up with birds on the sink,
$1500. Check with your
and her husband comes home social security office and find

with a miserable headacheand
out if you are due 'any 'bene
,.. takes it out on her. Girls
t'f ate washing their hair. fits.Q.
always Will medicare for
For Our CollegeJEducationVKBY washing pay
Wives are always hearing,aids_and dentures

,I dishes. A. No.

: I .' '. ',1' Teen-agers wear sneakers Q. If I ,go back to the hospital
.. ,.. and sandals. Adults wear sup.port more than once in a
.. hose. Teen-agers rub'each
spell ,of Illness, do I pay the
sunitaln oil.
.. 't other with
$40.00 each timeT'A.
Adults ,each other with
f l'j' rub No, only for a new spellOf

liniment. Teen-agers spend a Illness.If .
) lot of (time in boats, sports have further
you any
:: ,. 'bars and swimming pools. .
be contact
questions sure to.
$M"J.l" Adults. spend their time in ,office
the local social security:
\.... .. '0'i, ,'1f \ 'doctors' offices and listening I
.. at :115 N. RldgewoodAvc..,
,: to tedious Insurance peddlers. '
Daytona Beach, Florida.
..Ma Young people romp through :
fields and sniff flowers. Adults
get hay fever and sneeze.

Young people are always at MEET OCT.7th

the end of a glorious evening. ,
Adults are always at the end Florida's Williams Family,

of their rope. hailed as the world's happiest, .

Life is fun, fun' fun for the will hold its 64th annual reunion

young. They can laugh even at the Galilee Taber-

with their mouths full of hair. nacle, Gracevllle, Florida, on

About the only happy time for Oct. 7. More than 2,000 kins-

an adult is when he has an men are expected, as usual.
Since the family first gathered
\ accident: and the insurance
J' company pays off. It Isn't in 1903, the Williams clan

..f.J fair Worse, we have a feeling has returned again and againto
that it's all too true-Louis. share fellowship and meet

ville (Ky.) Courrler-Joumal. new members under the

\ "* spreading live oaks around
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT the old Galilee Methodist '

i .j... / IN TIIK. nnClIIT COURT FOR Church founded by a Williams
before today's generation
\ ACTION No. ZOO was bor1.
JOAN TUKI.Plaintiff, It was because of this continued

va.JOSEI'll close harmony among
t.diIaI Defendant TURI, the relatives that magazine

NOTICE OP SUIT ivrlters dubbed the clan "The
YEAR,'t:.......nd. .'' rtu- jn( liwytc, McounlAnt or nun* mativid kU a lor TO: JOSKI'H TUKIco World's Family."
ABU IN"\Ie. through OofttpI .. pk_betne tOil."taoDgh to tuppcr tbs wry ... Hartwlclc Rooms, Happiest
....... bd bur but Aawnct't fatm. 151 Canal oacrook Highlighting the reunion
snmtdd tat..,. Mouth New Jerwy will be (and word-
lnMM.UiBy Yon may fo vest to tmul&r QM hi tdnnUfM 08180. speeches
o..WpioIDU today wltllou&JOur bslp- basdaatbnal bns.tninta,wbtbokb lath boa.. You are notified that a Com 'of-mouth. rules require themto
Hitter.da l *today nwdiTOURj Ttw ... u tatrlfht|tft ot by boqnMt* plaint for divorce and child 'cm- be "flowery. God-fearing
and child
tody support has been
Resodras..IaauaeaB.qu..t..LW laeona Tk* ifur upi today in lamtlbr la the futon filed against you, and you are and Wllliamsy"), prayers for
.;.Giftl of PropMtyoeOtterViluibta. through Umwnuty; foundation propama.Your MB required to serve a copy of yo-ur .
W. k... our diplomas! but you" Jim Wp to could toBMby Bw U Udory bow of your d* nil u dilation poMibb lot tbon who follow.Your to.".b the tduatlan of Gill youth.If on nalntlfr* y and old-time dinner on
help CAN.nd WUL...k \bI1liu.-. Samuel V Ilolch, 110 North Jrd the grounds.
btttiwb tni 5o (. udMUrf.why sot ,Ut the nopai .*your Street. Palatka, Florida, 38077.
Today .an*tbouiudi + .itk ibk.appoat.OftIIUar. Irorfto tUwatty U4 w what your fawrtwnt and file the original answer or Food Is measured by the
'IN,.ar help1otl kfgbt illuat N could do.KonxaibM, oUto TJntvmlltM Mt UsuppwUd. pleading: In the office of the ton and served
Iou helpe dIII Draiab on a table 5
ichoIuiUp ell'
a$ Clerk of the above Court
only Ut AknoteA To Umrao a ....tUmitnicy. on or
brtin u.iiK tionor'.dropout. ... .tcbooli moot bow before September 10th, 1X7, If feet wide and 250 feet long.
Then b a.opportunity tor'"to UMM ta" you wpport. you fall to do no, judgment by The Williams clan estimated -
In ttt roath.AJ default will be taken against ,
lutw of out Mtioa-Inttit :&".... m mtfeimi' *! to folk Ut .wr with for the relief demanded In you the at 25,000 In Florida alone.
;. A<*tJ m tM el .....
u!.' < .yon team tW ttonMy, trod otfieir, MnanUnl ot Complaint.
your cholc. lot .Al.b emit to hw. u\IIt.. pbintr.If you. ct.drI.-WonnjUoa o*toy pU. Don and ordered this it day was founded by Andrew Elton
...noe.tdumti,t* '* |'or rt>GIlt of WT.""' of tin ptoimn,p..... wiUo or aS tho dmlopnratof of Auziiit. 19(7. Williams who settled In Jack-
fieldf itudy.Yo ma y wiwday tow the.tW.<*i""iol fictr it:your hvorita UBlrMOy.Or.flllla....ooopoo GEORGE M: MOODY. Clerk son County in 1822 and sired' that By Janice Murray.
through ;ic'ow
knowing hit it was your : .
Deputy Clerk. Aug 31, Ito 12 sons and 11 daughters.


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FOR METHODIST Mr. and Mrs. John A. Clegg
MRS. McCABE'S WMU MEETING SUNDAY SCHOOLIt ,entertained with a family

FATHER DIED Mrs. Pauline Blanton, president was Promotion Day at dinner party Saturday evenIng .
IN MINNESOTAMrs. elect of the WMU of the the Bunnell Methodist Church at their summer home at

Lou McCabe, Bunnell, First Baptist Church of Bun Sunday, August 27. Elementary A $5,000 death gratuity Is Flagler Beach honoring her
'was called to Hamony Minn. nell was guest speaker at the Sunday School pupils en. now payable to a member of Sister, Mrs. Lee Blakely on
last week due to the death of WMU meeting last Wednesday tering the fifth grade were Florida survivors of veterans her birthday.

her father, Lyle Farnsworth. afternoon at the home of promoted and presented with who died while In active ser
Mr Farnsworth, 66, passed Mrs. John A. Clegg. Mrs. Blan Bibles. The presentation was vice between Jan. 1, 1957 and Enjoying the delightful affair

away unexpectedly Wednes ton reported on the activitiesof made by Rev. Oliver Taylor, Sept. 29, 1965, according to with the hosts were
day, August 23 in St. Joseph ,the Baptist Assembly In pastor. Mrs. Cordeir Robertson, M. T. Dixon, Director of the Karen Clegg, Lee Blakely,

Mercy:, Hospital, Cresco, Iowa. Ridgecrest, N.C. which she attended Sunday School Superintendent, Fla. Department of Veterans Mrs. T. E. Lovelace, Jr, Marie
Mrs. McCabe attended the recently. was in charge of the program. Affairs. The veteran's death Muzyka, Vonnie Knight and
funeral services and returned advancedwere must have occurred: (1) as a children, Mr. and Mrs. Otis
Mrs. John A. Clegg, president The pupils Hunter and
family, Mr. and
home Tuesday. direct: result of action of 'hos
Karen Baker, Joe Bryan,
during the bus.
presided Mrs. Edward Hawkins and
Kathleen Buckles Susan tile forces; (2) or as a direct
iness meeting. family, all of Bunnell C. H.
FINESSE BRIDGE CLUB Clegg, Randy: 'Herring, Rob result of an accident Involv,
and Henri Muzyka Orlando
WINNERSMrs. ing a military or naval aircraft
Cowart Crews Debby
Jeff ,
1Jt .
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION and Mr. and Mrs. Paul For-
Bette McDaniel was Raymond, Jodl KIrkland, Ron or an aircraft under
high scorer when the Finesse Wendy Crews, daughter of nie Johnston; and Patty Rey charter to (the Dept. of Defense sythe and family, Palatka.

Bridge Club met Tuesday Mrs. Joann Crews celebratedher nolds. Army, Navy, or Air
evening at the home of Mrs. fifth birthday anniversary Teachers for 'the ensuing Force; (3) or as a direct result LEAVE FOR COLLEGE

Rosemary Brown, Moore St., Friday' evening with a partyat Sunday School year are Mrs. of /the extra hazards of Alllda and Brenda Tucker,
Bunnell. Second high was her home, Highway 100, Lee Blakely, Adults; Mrs. military or naval service servicefor ; daughters of Mr. and Mrs.

awarded to Mrs. Brown. Bunnell. George Clegg, Young Adults; or while which performing incentive for Raymond Tucker, Haw Creek,
The group will meet Thursday of Rev. Oliver Taylor, College pay
Traditional refreshments left Wednesday for Provo,
7 at 8:00 hazardous duty or special pay
September p.m. cake and ice cream were servo Class; Ray Mercer, Senior Is 'authorized according to Defense Utah where they will enter
at the'home of Mrs. McDaniel, ed to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller, High Class; Mrs. Carey Holland regulations. Brigham Young University.ters .
511 N. Pine St, Bunnell. Department
honoree's Junior High Class; Mrs.
Jerry Tilton and the Recent action by Congress has
brothers, Greg, Jim and Jeff Oliver Taylor, Elementary 5
liberalized the law !to the extent to the potential beneficiaries
and 6 Mrs. Gordon Buckles
Crews. ; that the $5,000 gratuity l explaining the
and Mrs. S. J. Tilton, ,Jr., Elementary .
Why .....V: will not be reduced by any change, response to date has
3 and 4 Mrs. Cor-
ATTEND, BEAUTY PAGEANT ; amount of death compensa not met expectations. He urg
dell Robertson, Elementary 1
tion or dependency indemnity ed survivors of veterans who
The ir; i Among those from Flagler and 2; Mrs. Jeff Seale, Kindergarten .
compensation received on account might qualify to contact the
the Florida and Mrs. Buddy Taylor,
County attending of the death. It also nearest Veteran County Ser
Christian >i Crown Beauty Pageant at Nursery.The removes the requirement that vice Officer, or write him"'atP.
Methodist Youth Fellowship
Beach Saturday,
Jacksonville !these survivors waive their O. Box 1437, St. Petersburg,
were Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Holland program will begin right to further Fla.
Science ,- .t' Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sunday, Sept. 10 and complete or any dependency ,and indemnity .

Deen, Mrs. Nagl Abraham, details will be announced compensation pay.,

Monitor Mrs. Charles Missinne and later. ments, In order to receive !the COMPLETE
Molly and Mike Missinne, '$5,000 payment Theveteran's LAWN SERVICE
Theo C. Heln and Johnny Pel- TIMOTHY BRUCE BEMBRYMr. ", unremarried widow,. his chll MOWING
recommends .
lacer and Mrs. Raymond D. dren, his parents or othersare TRIMMING
Bembry, Glen Saint Mary, are entitled to the gratuity in
read BACK TO COLLEGE the parents of a son born Aug. that order of precedence. Mr. FLOWERSFERTILIZING
you ust 24 at Bunnell' General Hos Dixon added that anyone
the Flagler County
Among ellgible'for the :
pital. gratuity must
your localnewspaper -,! students Beach Junior attending College Daytona are He weighed six 'poundsfourteen file a claim on of before November ,WEEDING

Tuck. ounces at birth and 1, 1967. Dixon said Seasonal Rates:
Marge Blakely, Martin
Lovelace has been named Timothy that although the Veterans Call 439-2373
Emma Jean \
Her- Bruce.] Administration has, sent, 'let- ,
Sherry Hargett, Evelyn

Your local newspaper Is I w1dranu rlngton, Benton Eisenbach, -, \... ,., '.. "
( newspaper with many features. Its Robbie Durrance, Bolita .Col- ,'1'l f'.,. .,
emphasis Is on local news. It also lies.Barbara Jean Pache, Dennis i" I'
reports the major national and Inter Clay, Ed Schatz, Johnnie : \ 'I
national news. Ruth Miller Marilyn McNab, ', :
THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR Anne Bourne Fancy Newton, t ,} / ." J
LOCAL PAPER Dale Abbott, Carol Pache, Jack 't\\ : .
We specialize In analyzing and Inter Sparkman, Mike Church, El- "POsh B '
important national and ,
international. news. Our Intention 1 Is bert Tucker, Gwen Brooks, Bill ullonIt; i !

to bring the news Into sharper focus. Kurtz and Mickey Sindelar. [":. '.
The Monitor has worldwide of )'
I correspondents-some a of them staff rank COUNTY POSTPONES S. :

among the world's finest. And theMonitor's BOARD MEETING Cattle < :: i

Incisive, provocative editorials ) L ,
are followed Just as closely q
Flagler County Board ...ofCommisslone.s r +' .
by the men on Capitol Hill as they -
are by 'the intelligent, concerned postponedtheir schedu. > : I
adult on Main Street regular meeting feeding
4 ,
led for Monday September
t You probably know the Monitor's professional until Tuesday, September 5 at [
( reputation as one of the 9.00: a. m. due to Labor Day. I .

I world's finest newspapers. Try the The 'tax equalization meet. ; : : /
t Monitor; see how it will take you ing of the board will be Friday : IS JJIEJJ\!
above the average newspaper reader.
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Just fill out the coupon below.
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,_ ,\ One Norway Street the year 1967.ATTENDS I
Boston( Massachusetts,U.S.A. 02115 OI
'I Plus start my Monitor subscription for WEDDING .r
I tin period checked below. I enclave IN MIAMI
psr YEAR Z4 a *months \12 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Steflik
03 months S.8
and daughters, Mary and -
Name the weekend in -- '
Betty spent I : S
\ Miami as the houseguests of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Waldin, Jr. :
t,.tt1! and family. While there they I" ; -

attended the wedding of Mrs.Steflik's \ ,
State ,_ ZIP Code_ '
PB16A niece, Miss Elizabeth :
t, -------- -- WaldlnV. : .1

V'i I
O. F. ALFORD Ir. ;

Registered RENEW YOURDRIVER'S Reddy Kilowatt does the job easier and faster.

Real Estate Broker LICENSE t.' .Electric feeding equipment cuts time and feed costs.
It's automatic!
BunnelU Florida BIRTH MONTH
r Amount of feed fed each cow can be accurately ,

i regulated, or shut off completely at each stanchion

NOTICE or,feed bunk.Investigate.

Notice is hereby given that the City Assessment how electric feed handling can save
Roll will be submitted to the Equalizing

! 'i' Board of the City of Bunnell, Florida, for approval . time and put money in your pocket. There's. no l mateh

'I on Wednesday, the 6th day of September, A. D. for i flamelew electric. it'. cheaper, too.

1967, at 8 ::00 p. m. in the office of the City Clerk.

r Ic' All persons desiring to have corrections in '. See your equipment dealer or contact u*.

, such roll, whether in the listing or the valuationof

1 property, or otherwise, are hereby required to

file with the City Clerk, or at the meeting, their '

petition sett'ng forth their objections to such assessments : FLIRIDA I POWER. ft, .LIGHT COMPANY.

and the corrections which they desireto "H tLP IN G fUlLD. FLORIDAI
have made.

/S/ Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers .., .- .- .

City Clerk
City of Bunnell; Fiotfd


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