The Flagler tribune

Material Information

The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
September 7, 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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. This item may be protected by copyright but is made available here under a claim of fair use (17 U.S.C. §107) for non-profit research and educational purposes. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
001024369 ( ALEPH )
33425664 ( OCLC )
AFA6237 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047251 ( LCCN )

Related Items

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


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
-- L. !J-- -- ...,__ ... J,II __ 'IIJ i
..... : -
= : j = :
: : ::'- '" w

., ,
I- .".." .. ,"

1*,.K.Younr .Lib of Fta IZUt.'
u: '' K. Library ,
._ { -
\O t\\\O ,
,-II' I ;
Q \\\c.1 V" "
( L tC.: \... ., ML,. ....., .. II
Emma J. Lovelace \j: \ C. Of C. Boardof r

., -, Dies\ of Injuries The Flagler TribuneVOL. Directors Met ,,

\In Car Accident WednesdayConsolidating

( Emma Jean Lovelace 18, Flagler Coun-
Bunnell died on the way to 55 NO. 36 THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1967 S3JO A YEAR ty's government with one of

a Daytona Beach Hospital the larger neighboring coun-

from injuries sustained in a BUNNELL HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADERS ties was discussed at the I collision Saturday Flagler County Chamber of
night in Ormond Beach. The Commerce Board of Directors i ,
accident occurred on S. BeachSt. LEFT: meeting Wednesday morning. ,j 1
in Ormond Beach. Miss Leading the cheering 'section The advantages: and dis-ad- t
Lovelace was a passenger ina for the Bunnell Bulldogsthis vantages of ,the county being i .'
car driven by her cousin season will be left to absorbed by a larger county I
Miss Margie Lee Blakely, right Ann Meekins, Janet were pointed out..
Bunnell. The car skidded passenger Cook Maria Hugas'and Bar-
bara Wilson. Not pictured is Thirteen attended the meet-
side first, on the rain ,
ing at the Bunnell Restaurant. :
slick road into the northbound Nancy Hargett. j
The board adopted a resolution
lane and was hit by a
expressing appreciation \
small truck. r to Mrs. Jean Flagler .

-Born Septmber 12,' 1948 in BELOW: Matthews granddaughter of j
,\ Palatka she was a lifelong f / yar Pictured left to right are the Henry M. Flagler for whom t i I
resident of the Bimini t area. 'w M6 attractive majorettes at Bun Flagler County was named, ;
r She was a 1966 graduate of nell High School. Back row for her participation in the >
,. Bunnell High School where Jeanne Higginbotham Susan county's Fiftieth Anniversary (
she was a cheerleader and a Peterson Brenda Townsend; Celebration. t
member of the Letter Club. L'i Front row Susan Higginboth )
Faye Hutcheson and Vic Chamber president Lewis
She IBM operator for am,
,was an
the Coca Cola Bottling. Co. in r r1? c ky Perritt. Brenda Townsendis Wadsworth 'appointed Dr. John
L. H. Church and
Beach. Drum Majorette and Susan Canakaris
Daytona Susan Peterson is Head Ma. George M. Moody to the By I

Funeral services were held jorette. The group will texture Laws Committee. The committee I
Tuesday morning at 10:30 at two solo twirlers this season will formulate plans
the First Methodist Church of 7 _a'\ ,. Susan Peterson and Faye for the ,new bylaws
Bunnell. The Rev. Oliver Tay' Hutcheson..
Suggested rotating termsof
lor, pastor officiated. Burial Photos by Theo C. Heln J
of directors
'the board by
in Cemetery.She
was Espanola *
conducting annual'and -
Is survived by her parents MAJORETTES OF "BIGGEST LITTLE BAND IN DIXIE"DISABLED elections. '

I Mr and Mrs. T. E. Love It was reported the member? *

lace, Jr.; a sister,. Mrs. Janice ship drive is now underwayand
Davis, Port Smith Va and her L !j will be completed by'
grandmother Mrs. T. E. Love September 20. Membershipdrive
lace, Bunnell. 'chairmen are P. A. Ed-
Pallbearers were Walton monson and Dr. John Canak- .
Cowart, Kent Holland Stanford aris. Membership dues are $50
Robertson, Martin Tucker for corporations; $25 for busi-
John Johnston., Albert iness and $10 for an associate
Johnston and Zachary Hol membership.It .

land. 1N was reported Lehigh
Craig Funeral Home, Bun Portland Cement Co. had 'donated -
I I "i .._ ... i*4r
of ill office to the
nell, was in charge ar N4 t u1 equipment
rangements. C. of C. for use in the chamber

The Board of County Comm
.,James L. Taylor, 60 240 N. missioners will hear .com
Whitney St., St. Augustine,
I plaints or rejections to adopting
r died Thursday afternoon Aug. the tentative county budget .
31, at Veterans Hospital in printed in this issue of the
Lake City. A former Flagler Flagler Tribune. The hearing
'. county resident, he owned and date, September 20 at 8:00p. :
operated the James L. Taylor 6 'W
m., was set at Tuesday
Real Estate Agency in St. mornings commission meet

Augustine.9 ing.The board accepted the only
He was a native of
bids submitted for the follow-
Ga. and resided at
Flagler Beach before movingto ing: petroleum products Serv-
St. Augustine 12 years ago. ice Oil Co., Bunnell;'L. P. Gas,
Green's Fuel Gas Service, Bun
He was a member of St. Aug
, ustine Elks Lodge BPOE No. nell and the grocery bid was
St Loyal awarded to Brannam's Food
: 829 and Augustine
I' Order of Moose Lodge No. Store.
U.S. veteran After discussing the leasingof
i 1017. He was a Army
l of World War II. He -- .. _.-. county prisoners to Marion.
County the commissioners decided
was a member of the Baptist
. Church. HEAVY RAINFALL ADULT PROGRAM to keep all prisoners in
VETS Flagler County and continuethe
Funeral services were Sat. RECORDED HERE PLANNED AT same operation.
. urday at 2 p.m. at the Chapelof CHARTER CLOSED Claude Van appeared before I
tl\e Craig Funeral, home FRIDAY NIGHT SATURDAY NIGHTA CARVER SCHOOLThe the board requesting. a ;i

St. Augustine! with the Rev. heavy downpour here Carver Adult Education bridge be erected near Foxes

Paul D. Carmichael, Jr., pastor Disabled American Veterans Saturday night caused Lake Program will open Thurs- Cut connecting the A.l-A-
of the Ancient City Baptist Chapter No. 86, closed Lucille to overflow \\te banks day, Sept. 7 with faculty pre mainland with an Island In
Church, officiating. Graveside their charter with thirty-seven and flooded a portion of planning. the waterway. No action was

services were held In the charter memberships at Fri Moody Blvd., making it impassable for classes will taken by the board.
Lutheran Cemetery at Pierson, at the to traffic. Registration Dr. John Canakaris appear.
day nights be held Sept. 11 at 7 pm. In .
Fia. at 4 p.m. Saturday. Beach Municipal ed before the board requestIng
Flagler Several inches of water cowered the school library. their assistance with a
Wirvlvors Include his widow Building. Temporary Com- Blvd In section
Moody a East
drainage problem on
If 12
t Mrs. Eunice P.. Taylor, St. mande Joseph, Fairish presided between Bacher and Orange Classes will begin Sept Moody Blvd. The commissioners .
the business and all residents are eligiblefor
;. Migustine; two sisters, Mrs. during Streets and came within inches in the adult agreed to clean ,the drain
Mattie Bogaa Augusta, Ga., me'9 6. of entering the Professional enrollment accordingto 'age canals and spray the,water -

apd Mrs. Abby Hunter Fltz- The veterans orgaation and Arts Building.All education Benjamin program F. Broxton, as- hyacinths in an effort to.
" afraid, Ga.; one bvelher, Cecil will elect and inetaU'pema- sections of the county relieve the situation.
, Taylor, Irwinville Ga. and neat officers at the October reported heavy rain and lightning Courses principal.offered in the program Lee Drazba requested the:
several nieces and nephews meeting. during the night. Include Science Mathematics board provide fill for holes on

, INTERSOUADGAME Members approved 'e- nUiM Ralngauge reading taken English Social Studies Trojan Lyman Road Gage in,Korona.Cattlemans I '
Bint Game at the by the Florida Forestry ServIce Home Economics, Industrial before I
Assn. delegate, appeared
FORBULLDOGS at Hie Wadsworth Tower Arts and Elementary Education
r naffer Beach Recreation Hall the board to Inquire if
each TfaMSday ....>.... The showed 3.40 inches of rain plans had been made regard*'
. lain patties areAnnounced fell between 3 p. m. Saturdayand fug the Abpopt Recreation
. The Bunnell High Scheet '"p 1n. ....p: 3 p. m. Sunday. ..... Tile board advised him
Varsity and Jayvee ptavm \ DAV ON TOUR OF EUROPE nothing had been doneMtTURM .
Dlatrict '
have been divided tats t .r BUS STUMOTSPMOTtt
team for a game Friday conreHttan will be in Helly TMHMTMORfMY > Mrs. Frances Haisten, Flag TO VIETNAM
nib loft 8 at BttUdaff Sta Kill, Florida in October. tStudusa /? bar Beach, leaves Sunday
dium. Game time to T:>10. Members discussed c warning via plane for Haw Major A. 3. Reynolds left
In the first and third .-- theat in .... Mfr.MrIi York where she will embark Tuesday for the Republic af

ten of play it will be the lay .rMI & =- eta* = on a three weeks tour oflimps Vietnam whew he eaftawledal

vees vs. Jayvees and the two 6, ...... '. t>rreht pletuves MM leaves New York tour of duty in the 08 Mart -
varsity teams will see actionin ...... Bonnell RIllaSchool. .... 13 for Louden,, England, Corps.
the second and fourth quar- Walter Wtlttaa was elected tile first atop on the Euiapaan. The Marine Major returned
... temporary Vice Commander The photos are taken each trip After visiting in thirteen: after a thirty-day leave at
No tickets will be sold. Admission replacing Charles Miatinnewfo year and are used in the countries she will return home Flatter Beach wilt MB (.*/ .
wilt be by donation. resigned from the post. school annual. October 6. -i it .T-, ,'. .

,\ .


ik< Mf.AR-ED, .

- =.

-.-... -
------- A
u'14'\ ,\''. _____4- '
' . .. ------ :


rUns.. SEPTEMBER 7, 1967

i -Nth,' 1ilanlrr' iLrtbun.- -.,.-. "V'-.,.-. _..

FLORIDA Zach Holland, chairman of 0 r C E Lean Western (Center Cut) I I:
the' North Florida. Growers C 14

LEN WILSON Exchange Organizational 6 scwlMe,
Editor and Committee, was in Orlando Pork .
last Monday to attend a meet-
News Editor dng with Florida Fruit and

Vegetable Ass n. committee.
De.lffB.ted newspaper toe all
Legal Advertfdac .

Entered at second c1... matter
February 6, 1913. at the post ADVERTISINGIi Copetand' "SMOKED (1416 ]b. Av,.) (HALF OR WHOLE)
office at Bunnell. Florida under
Act of March I, 1W.

Oae Tear .t3.30 lb. 59

8U Montk 00 RATE-4c per word. Minimum HAM
Outside Flakier C..aty Issue
".00 Per Year charge per ,$1.00.

FOR SALE-1956 Chrysler Im-

perial, full power, clean, good
condition, 32500. Phone 437-
niCety ROAST
CASK NO. 134 DIV. A FOR SALE-2 acres 1D
FLAGLKK COUNTY. landscaped. Small home, well RUMP .
Plalptllt. secluded; off pid Haw Creek \
".. Road., $2,900. Turn left off
W. T.. MALL Defendant. west Moody'Boulevardgo 1 U. S. D. A. Choice

:NOTICE OF SUIT mile on Old flaw Creek Road
TO Whose W. T.residence HALL and addressare and *furrj right' at bridge-: Joe ib.89f

unknown. ,. Sept: 7, 14,'21, 3tc RIB STEAKS
that an action for has been filed against you, and New adjustable bed frame
you are required to serve a copy with pjastfc' castors, $8.95.
of your written efenses. If any ._.. .
to It on Rob't HV Matthews Attorney Jerry's Furniture & Appliance : : Lyke' "Sugar Creek"; SLAP:
for Plaintiff whose ad- Old Dixie Hwy., 2'''miles U. S. D. A. Choice "TOP"
dress is P. O. Box' 687. '109 Professional -
Building. New Smyrna south of 1 orona. Phone 4373752. SMOKED BACON
Beach. Florida, and file the original Sept'7, Itc ROUND STEAK .
with the Clerk of the above -
styled court on'or before the ,b.
18 day of September. 1961: otherWise FOR RENT Small furnished s' rQ9! 592
a Judgment may be enter- ?
ed against you for the relief demanded apartment, $30.00_ per' month. + Free I
in the Complaint House trailer $25.00 per Sliced
WITNESS my hand and the month. Call Luta GuilletU,
day seal o of said' court A. D.on 1967.OEORGBi the. 11th Flagler Beach. Phone 439- Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2.2Y I Ib. Avg.) CUT TO 'ORDER

Clerk of the M. Circuit MOODY Court 2159. Sept. 7, 14, 21, 3te

Bunnell, Flagler County,
SEALFlorida.. FOR SALE-General Electric
( By: Janice Murray. Refrigerator and Stove, good Ib. 29

Peputy ClerK condition. Sofa, wardrobe,
Aue. 17, 24. II. Stpt 7. 4tc
9x12 rug (new), rollaway
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT bed and other odds and ends.

Very reasonable. May be seen
AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY at 110 South Main Street or
FLORIDANO. + call 4873240. Sept 7 I 4 $100 I
2M ltp NECK BONESHOG MAWS Ib.................

Defendant. A-l Shape, Zlg Zags, makes
TO: BARBARA NELL STAMPERResidence button holes, fancy design,' TOMATOES -". -6F'r. 'IPO BAKE RITE

and-address ',un sews on buttons, appliques, '.

YOU known.ARE HEREBY ,NOTIFIED monograms, etc. Sold new for Old Dutch (Save lOc) oz. BottleR SHORTENING3lb.
that an action for divorce over $300. MUST SACRIFICE} l.
has been filed against you and Just balance *
pay $64. or as SOUR DRESSING
you are required to serve a copy JSiVV
of lour written defenses' tf any, sume $8 monthly payments.Call !:i 47e
to BERRIEN BECKS, attorney Credit Manager, collect,
for plaintiff whose address Johnson's "Push Button Floor Care"
j Is: 119 North Rldgewood Jacksonville 353-1946 anytime.
Avenue and file, Daytona the original Beach,with Florida the; will\ deliver, no obligation. NEW PRONTO l5ge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

!clerk of the above styled Courton Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, 4tc
or before September 25, 1967;
otherwise a judgment may be FOR SALE-General Electric 300 Count Pkg. (88c Value)
entered against for the
you re-
I lief demanded In the Complaint 11 ft. Freezer; General Electric NOTEBOOK PAPER Ea.
seal WITNESS of said my Court hand at and Bunnell.the Auto Range; General 6ge Joe Grain's Grade "A"

Flagler County Florida, this Electric TV and various Itemsof
21st day of'I&Ji 1967. H H furniture and appli BLUE PLATE PEACH & PINEAPPLE MEDIUM

Clerk of the Circuit Court, ances. 707 Lambers Street, PRESERVES-APPLE AND GRAPE

, (Official Court County Seal) Florida. Bunnell, Florida. After 6 p. m. JELLY-GRAPE JAM (Mix or Match) EGGS

' By: /./ Janice Murray and Saturdays, Tel. 4373854. 18 oz. ;
,. 3
Deputy Clerk
!. Aug. 24. 31. Sept 7, 14-!tc _Sept. 5, Itc. 3 Dozen $100


r' St, Flagler Beach, Florida. MAXWELL 9USEC.OFFEE
ti IN TilE ,
" FLAGLEH COUNTY, FLOHI. Call Mrs. Bob Nolan, Seville,
[ DA. Florida. '7492309. .8-3>tf
Plaintiff, Roofing supplies: asphalt, asphalt
ry. JOSEPH v.TURI shingles, mineral sur Frosty Acres 10
Defendant. face paper and felt. New roof- 1 Tin 47$ Oz. Pkg.
NOTICE OP SUIT ing and repair. Free esti. STRAW For
I c/o Hartwick Rooms mates. Call 4392303. Atlantic Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 49.e
151 Canal Road Hardware Supply Co.:, Inc.,
South Bound Brook New Jersey Sara Lee "ALL
08880. Flagler Beach, Fla. 8242tc. i 'd_". .- _'. 01. BUTTER" J 2 oz. Pkg.
i:. You are notified that a Complaint '
p for divorce and child custody PRODUCE POUND Ea.
and child support has been cleaning; drain 69e
filed against )you and you are fields installed; Rota-Roter
required to servo a copy of your snail shell Reasonable prices. U. S. No. 1
answer or pleading to the Complaint
on Plaintiff's attorney Call George Jarosz, 437-3410;
Samuel V Holch. 110 North Srd s-1 tr POTATOES 10"490
Street Palatka, Florida 32077. -
and file the original answer or LIQUID THRILLGiant
r' pleading in the office of the FLAGLER; BELCH LOTS
Clerk of the above Court on or Large Crisp Head 8 0
before September 30th. 19(7, If 50 f f.Ocean front lot nor h of Ea.

.., you default fall will to be do taken so, judgment against you by Flagler" Beach, $3,500; 2 Jots LETTUCE 190
for the relief demanded in the on Central Ave., $ ,OOO; 2 lots Size! fip

ComplaintDone and ordered this 28 day on Daytona Ave., $ .500. Bar Black RebierGRAPES
of August 186'1.QEORGE ker & Wilson, Inc., Realtors &
By Janice M.Murray MOODY Clerk Auctioneers, Tribune Bldg.:, lb 29C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

Deputy Clerk. Aug 31. 4to Bunnell. Phone 437328Z.Ifi ; .



: A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director 1
I t' t

JOHN CAPO. Massager ''T1ft

111 .



r Phone ID 7-3S32 OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3327

8:00 1:00

Quantity Right Referred Price Good Sept. 7,8,9, 10 and 11, 1987'II

- --

.. --- L--- lJ1 fl "rr" 4..
,_ ,.. .. : : : T-'

". ,. ':,, 1- "( : :. .. I ..
a f r r 1'0"1"'.....,'V .3 l:,, 'f' 'y I; : ..

.... .
't (Ii
..' ',- .
.' t. .i. ,. j//

! l



) <
I f

j I,

J 1 I I d.
( AYS ;

t t ,

1 N r
L I' -.. "

... .
; '-
.. .., ,. .A'wr.4. I

Ford Country 1'67 Ollieial' ,. ..::.:,; ;,

Clearance ends'Sept.Zl. .. :' 7;;" ;; \Jj'

r .r
Never again will you get a deal t like we're +}-x. >" ':",:::," ._ 1':"
offering on your present car. Never again will \ tt.
: you get prices like these on '67 Fords, Mustangs,
Falcons, Fairfanes.i. Hurry! '
\ \
,. : : S a :
i I .o' } .\
,r,'I' .
'!!tft"IA: 'H:('",,, ll';' .r c'a .ax9.;
r i I'j: 'a I lit iYA 1
r ) :
......' P S.ty

S '
1 1
.. ,
\ '"
.Ujf! ( : : "
I Mustang
NOW 5'


.: \:

/ 1

Our prices are so low we don't dare quote ...... Ford Galaxie 500 2-Door Hardtop
'em. Big selection! Great trades. Hurry!

,. ..
SavdnowatIU1LPFoITIDoaIep'sBUNNELL '$ ::

.... .
I .
: ': '> \ .
: I ..:..

,I'',. .. .... .4.. .... .... ,....... "':,';. \ j.;" .-il'. ,:" .. .,..' .JtL'._,":s f )
't' f'
MOTOR COMPANY, Inc. S Bunrwll, Florida

: j jK

-_ _-__=,. ,

-.--- .
--- -
Ii! p _C .'" :. I.J .. .. ,., ljJI' ': __. : : e "\\ .-

I iI i


; WEDDING r WSCS TO MEET Happy birthday this weekto

I a,' :
: The marriage of Miss Kan The program ,topic at the TODAY Peggy Dale Mar-

I f.I dyce Lovell and Jimmy Fritts Woman's Society of Christian :tin.FRIDAY '

I { will be an event of Sunday, Service of the Flagler Beach John D. Gresh-'
I September 10 at five o'clock In luncheon
: i,:1 j the evening at ,the Flagler LOCALS Methodist Church am.SATURDAY Ted Blaine,
,, meeting Thursday, September Dur-
j J Beach Methodist Church. Fern Allen Tracy, Peggy
! Following the ceremony a -- .. 14 will be "How Do You View ranee, H. V. Peavy.
reception will follow in the TV." Mrs. Lester Stanton is in SUNDAY Dlna Zamba,

, I', j church Fellowship Hall. Houseguests of Gordon and George and Virginia Moody, of arrange: Jack Leblang;Raymond Wigle,
I ;i j No invitations are being Janet Shields last week were Frances Edmonson and Tony charge program Carol Allbritton, M. I* Shows.
, sent. All friends of the couple her brother and sister in law, Kahlert leave Friday for a ments. MONDAY Julia Moody.

; \ are invited to both the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thacherof week's vacation at Maggie The covered dish luncheon WEDNESDAY Minnie

I I and reception. Minneapolis, Minn. Valley, N. C. begins' at 10:30: a. m. at the Learmont Clifford Wigle, Cary
1 I home of Mrs. Robert Hender Purvis, Charles Worley.
: SURPRISE SHOWER Mr. and Mrs. Bartow Williams Visiting here during the son, Moody Blvd., Flagler
J of Wauchula, spent ,the Labor Day holidays with Mr. Beach. Co-hostess for the JOHN TIMOTHY PERSONSMr.
FETES BRIDE Labor Day holidays here with and Mrs. J. D. Barber, 111 No. meeting is Mrs. Jean .
Miss Kandyce Lovell, September their daughter and son In law, Anderson Street, Bunnell, were and Mrs. John Robert
I bride elect, was guest. Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Robin. their daughters and sons in Persons, Montgomery, Ala.

I. I of honor at a 'Surprise Bridal son and family. law, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bar. BUNNELL BAND PARENTS are the parents of 20 a son in born the

Shower Friday evening at the ber, Montgomery, Ala., Mr. Sunday, August
I home of Mrs. Fred Skolar, Alan Eller, Indianapolis, and Mrs. Claude Varn, St. WILL MEET TONIGHTThe Montgomery Naval Haspital.
, Palm Ave., Bunnell. Co-hos Jnd., arrived Tuesday for a Augustine and Mr. and Mrs: He has been named John Tim.

\ ,. tesses for the lovely affair <.. visit with Mr..and Mrs C B. Carlisle Byrd, Seville and the Bunnell Band Parents othy.Mrs.
0 /' (>
Misses Cheryl and Linda Eisenbach and family. Barber's grandson, Dennis Assn. will hold the first meet George Moody Sr. Flag.
,! < Skolar.were Shaw of Palatka. ing of the school year tonight ler Beach is the maternal

J I A pastel color scheme, yellow The hosts served traditional (Thursday) at 8 p. m. in the grandmother.MISS .

I' ,\ I and green, was used In birthday refreshments to Mon.ty's Marie West and children band room, according to Leslie
brother, Sammy, and 'his Pache, president. LOVELL
the decorations throughout Kathy and ,Buddy spent the
. the rooms of the home. parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Sammy weekend in Orlando; visiting Bandmaster Carl Brupbach- HONORED WITH SHOWER
I'. t The serving table overlaid Bertha, his grandmother, Mrs. with Mrs. Murtlce Moody and er will discuss the 1967-68
I r .f with a white embroidered linen Irma Decker, Mr. and Mrs. El- daughters lona and Jaunlta. band program at tonight's Miss Kandyce,Lovell, whose
cloth was centered with an bert Crews and children, Eric meeting. marriage to James Fritts will
I it artistic arrangement of white and India of Palatka, and Mrs. Louis and Joy Stefllk and be an event of September 10,
: r"' wedding bells. Guests were Tommy Bertha and children, children Martin and Holly and All band parents and inter was honored last Tuesday at
: served cake, punch and decorated Mary Kay Travis and Robbie. Gordon and Janet Shields ested persons are invited. a Kitchen Shower given by

wedding cookies. spent the Labor Day weekendat Mrs. Reynold Hoover, Mrs.
i Appropriate games were Visiting here last Thursdaywith Crystal River. HOME ON LEAVE Lester Stanton, Mrs. Roger
played by the guests during Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hoi- Hoose and Mrs. Joseph Bald.
+ the evening and prizes were den were Mr. and Mrs. Fran. Mrs. George Moody, Sr. re Airman and Mrs. Robbie win. The Methodist Church
won by Misses Brenda Mur cis Whitaker of Baxley, Ga. turned home Monday from Tucker of Wichita Falls, Texas Fellowship Hall was the setting
and Gloria Johnston. Mr. Whitaker resided in Bun. arrived Tuesday for a fifteen
ray Montgomery, Ala. where she for the affair.A .
Yellow and white corsages nell when he was a child and visited several weeks with day visit here with his parents blue and white color
, of chrysanthemums were pre- served as ring ,bearer at the Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
t relatives and friends. She was scheme was used in the attractive
sented to the honoree and her Holdens wedding fifty years accompanied on the return Tucker. Airman Tucker has decorations placed at
mother, Mrs. Keith Lovell, by ago. who been stationed in Texas with
trip home by Mr. Moody, vantage points in the hall.
the hostesses. her for the the US Air Force for the past
drove up to join Refreshments of cookies and
Miss Lovell was the recipient Visiting here last week weekend. five months. punch were served to thirty-,
of numerous lovely gifts. with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Johns, five guests.

I, Flagler Beach, were their Miss June Elder returned to LEGION TO RESUME Games were enjoyed by the
FORMER RESIDENTS daughters and their families, home in Athens Ga.,
," her MEETINGS SEPTEMBER 18 guests and prize winners were
Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Turner and
:" WRITE Monday after spending the Mrs. Leota Jones and Mrs.
,1 children, Lake City and Mr. Labor Day holidays here as American Legion Post 115 Ann Raymond.
In a note received' from and Mrs. C. C. Holderman and
1;' the guest of Mr. and Mrs. will resume its 'regular meet
, former Flagler Beach resl daughters, Sarasota.Mr. Tony Kahlert and Tom Kahl. ings September 18 at 8 p. m. BAKE SALESEPTEMBER
. dents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
ert. at the Bunnell Civic Center.
' I Cohen, now residing in Mason and Mrs. H. T. Cook re Levi Brannam, Commander, 16
,t:' City, Iowa, they report their turned to their home in St. Mrs. M. B. Fuller Mrs. will preside.
; ,
I :I son and daughter in law, Sgt. Augustine Thursday after Leona Knight and Mrs. Helen The Veterans ofn Foreign
r and Mrs. Gregory CoHen are Wars Auxiliary will have a
staying at their Flagler Beach
I Sullivan In (OcalaThursday" .
,i I visiting with them'for several home during the Labor Day...." with j/lsitedl MY" an3 Mrs. ""HOSPITAL NOTES] Bake Sale Saturday _Sept. 16

I f weeks. Sgt. Golien recently returned holidays. Their son, Lt. David Adolph Deen and Mr. and Admitted: Frank Bennett, 'at 9:00: a. m. In front of the
I ;:. from twelve months Cook, Pensacola, joined them Mrs. John Deen. Adolph Deenis Ed London, Margie Blakely, Bunnell Post Office.
: i, tour of duty in Vitnam. Also for the weekend.Mr. a medical patient at Ocala Martha Ann Stubbs, Larry Joe Homemade pies, cakes and
t'. visiting with them was their Memorial Hospital. Buono, Sherry Love, Bunnell; cookies will be sold by mem
son, Gary Golien, Miami. Their and Mrs. Ralph Masseyand Wilda Williamson, Lottie bers of the auxiliary, according

daughter, Christy, returned daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Recent visitors at the homeof Steele, Flagler Beach; Gertrude to Mrs. Blanche Akers,
home with Gary and will visit Fred Hall and Buddy Barrow Mr. and Mrs. Vernon A. Denison, Ormond Beach; president.

several days in Miami before will attend a barbecue at To. Raymond, Lambert Ave., Sherry Hadden, Ormond
aY i; returning to Iowa. moka State Park Thursday Flagler Beach, were Mrs. Beach; Paul Jones and Edith TO ATTEND

evening. Ralph Massey, Fred Florence McCreary, Miami, Jones Jacksonville.
Hall and Barrow
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth'
Ray. Dismissed Pat Nobles Patricia
The Idlewood Club will :
bers of the "Night Owls" mus mond and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Rusty Holland of Vero
Miller Llllibelle
meet Tuesday, September 12 ,
,ical trio, will provide the entertainment .
eph Brandemeyer, Clearwaterand Beach will enter Florida Military
Cash Sophie Abkln,
at 8 pm. at the home of Mrs. ,
for the affair
t Mr. and Mrs. Jack School in Deland
Need. this
Martin McDaniel, 511 N. Pine Mae Hendren, Mae Raut Hattie
Street. planned for the park employ. ham and son Jay of Hanover, Battle, John Hogan, Rich month.
\ Mrs. W. W. Deen, president, N. J. ,ard Thomas, Edith Bembry Rusty is the son of former

will preside during the business and infant son, E. S. Morris, resident, Mrs. Effie Holland,
session.All THANK YOUI Theo C. Heln and Jail Hein Antonica Johnson, Mike Zlm- now of Vero Beach and the

members are reminded would like to take this visited in Deland Tuesday merle, Terence Stryker, Clifford late David L. Holland, Bun
afternoon with VIM Heln. Vlkl Dodgen and Ray Wells. nell.
to attend. method of thanking all my is enrolled at Stetson University
friends and neighbors for their
for the fall term.
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY visits, phone calls, cards and
: Monty Bertha, son of Mr. flowers
: during my recent stayin Mr. and Mrs. Sam Broada-
and Mr. Sammy Bertha, Bim- the hospital. These expres
inl, celebrated his third birthday sions were deeply appreciat way and daughter, Sue, spent
anniversary Sunday afternoon ed. Day weekend in
Warner Robbins, Ga. visiting
with a party at the Mrs. E. D. Johns with
'and Mrs.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim George
Burnsed, St. Johns Park. USED CHILDRENS Broadaway and family.

CLOTHING NEEDED Mrs. L. L. Harris is visiting .

The Flagler Beach Methodist in Martlnsville, Va. with
Church WSCS is collect. her son in law and daughter

Ing clothing to be sent to the Mr. and Mrs. John Hornsby

:' Nyadire Methodist Hospital, and family. CLOSEDFOR

: STUDIO Rhodesia, Africa.
Anyone having used child- THANK YOU
I Tap and Ballet
rens clothing to donate
/ Fall term starting Sept. 15 take the articles to the churchor may We are sincerely grateful to
and neighbors for the
l a Enrollment Limited call Mrs. Vernon Raymond, beautiful floral offerings and
; HELENE D. BRYAN 439.2361 for pickup.All .
and to Dr.
: 439.2373 clothing must be col. Canakaris
for his assistance.Our .
I I lected not later than Sept. 18. appreciation cannot be
adequately expreASed
i I '; \ -- -----.Th Family of

, i f 1I111111111Ullllllllllllilid'' ,,11,1', ,' II II II, II Elsie P. Adkins

:" ; I'rwlC-C------; II 50- / ---O-N TIMECERTIFICATES REOPEN



Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada

Ormond Beach. Florida WEEDING And CustomersIi

Seasonal Rate
uIusnIwm>! '" Call 439-2373

- ..

._._- .--- .'''-' ..
';" ) _'--"- ........._ h.


Events In Florida -
50 Agricultural -- j

I Scheduled For 1967-68 Season I Quantity Rights '

Commissioner of Agriculture Hillsborough County Fair I\'IETT S
Doyle Conner announced a Plant City, Mar. 49. ss+
schedule of 50 events whichare Citrus County Fair, Inverness Prices Good

qualified as agricultural Mar.69. Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
fairs and shows in Floridafor Martin County Fair, Stuart,
the 1967-68 season. Mar. 1116. VALUE and Monday, ,
Largest of the events Is the Pinellas County Fair and SUPER MARKET i Sept. 7, 8, 9, and
Mar. 1116.
in Exposition Largo
Florida State Tampa STAMPS 11, 1967
River Fair and
set for next February 617. Suwannee 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437.3201
Livestock Show, Fannin
The season Including more Springs, Mar. 1315.
than 250 "working" days, ends Polk County Youth ShoW
In April with the Levy County Bartow Mar. 1415. FLORIDA GRADE "A"

Fair at Willlston. Lake County Fair and Flow.
Florida fairs and livestock er Show, Eustis, Mar. 1823. Lb. f,
for the 1967.68
shows season Sarasota County Fair, Sara. FRYER 29
include: sota, Mar. 1823. Whole'
Columbia County Fair Lake Bradford County Fair,
Oct. 1014.
Starke, Mar. 2731.
Harvest Fair, Crestview, Oct.
West Florida Fat Cattle '
914. Show and Sale, Quincy, Apr.
Northeast Florida Fair, Cal. a

lahan, Oct. 1014. 9.11.Levy County Fair, Williston, PORK '
Suwannee County Fair, Live Apr. 1115. ROAST : Lb. 55'

Oak, Oct. 16.21.Pensacola Fairs for which dates have I
Interstate Fair,
not been announced: '' '
Pensacola, Oct. 16.22 Liberty County Fair and LEAN DELICIOUS .
Greater Holmes Fair,
County Youth Show, Bristol; Volusia '; '

Bonifay Greater, Oct.Jacksonville 1721. Fair, County County Fair Fair DeLand and Livestock; Hendry PORK STEAK Lb. 59

Jacksonville Oct. 1828. Show, Clewlston; Monroe ;,,
Jackson Fair Marl-
County ,
County Fair, Key West; and
Oct. 2328.
anna Marion County 4-H & FFA
North Florida Fair, Tallahassee ARMOUR STARCHUCK
Livestock and Poultry Show
Oct. 31Nov. 4.
Hardee County Fair Wau- Ocala.
chula, Nov. 611. STEAK Lb. 59
Bay County Fair, Panama
City, Nov. 612. EXPENSES LESS e
Sumter All-Florida Breeders
Show Bevilles Corner, Nov. THAN AVERAGE SELECT

711. Florida short term general
Walton County Fair, De- hospital average per day expenses BEEF LIVER Lb. 49
Funiak Springs, Nov. 611. are less than nation.
Putnam Palat-
County Fair
wide figures, according to the
ka Nov. 13.18.Hillsborough Florida Hospital Association,
County Junior Orlando. The latest statistics
Agricultural Fair, Brandon, show the 1966 Florida hospitalper Florida Grade "A" LEAN DELICIOUS
Nov. 1618. day cost as $46.25 compared FAMILY ALL MEAT Lb.
Seminole County Fair, San- FRYERS $179 STEW 6ge
to the nationwide average PAK. Bag
Nov. 2025.
ford of $48.15 per day.
DeSoto County Fair and MEATY DELICIOUS
Jack Monahan, executive director
Livestock Exposition Arcadia, of the Florida Hospital Lb. BRISKET .
Jan. 1620. Association, estimates the HAM HOCKS 45e STEW.Lb. 3ge
Highlands County Fair Se-
1967 average per day cost of
bring, Jan. 2227. hospitalization in the state Is LEAN LEAN DELICIOUS '.
Manatee County Fair Palmetto about $49 compared to an Ground Lbs. $4T49 Lb.
Jan. 2227. estimated present $53.00 per 3 ,4ge
Pasco County Fair Dade day cost natio twide. He ,said
City Jan. 2327. the per day cost Varies 'according
Dade County Youth Fair, to the size type of Florida Grade "Au Fabulous Shurfine, Plain or S. R.
Miami Jan. 2328. location .
ownership the of Individual
South Florida Fair and Exposition MEDIUM
hospitals.! F AB FLOUR
West Palm Beach Monahan said that although

Jan.Southwest 27Feb. 4.Florida Fair, Fort Florida national compares hospital favorablywith costs, EGGS'B x 57e 5B 47e

Myers Jan. 29Feb. 3. In health g
Southeastern Fat Stock Show care to Floridians have in. 3,Doz. $100 Limit 1 with purchase Limit 1 with purchase
and Sale, Ocala Jan 29Feb.
3. creased about 10 per cent over of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food
last year and the average cost Limit Please order. order.
Florida State Fair, Tampa, ((3)
per day may rise to $51 by
Feb. 617.
next year.Salaries.
Dade County Fair and Ex. and wages of a
position Homestead Feb. 13-
variety of hospital occupa
18.Florida tions account for about 60 per Campbell No. 1 Can Table SOLID Ready Everfresh
Citrus Showcase cent of the patient's bill and TOMATO TwinPkg.POTATO.
Winter Haven Feb. 1724. salary levels have increased OLEO
Kissimmee Valley Livestock 50 per cent in the last 10 SOUP
Show Kissimmee Feb. 2125. years. Rising costs of new Lb. CHIPS
St. Lucie County Fair Fort health care equipment and Cans itJ: 29 c
Pierce Feb. 25Mar. 2.Livestock normal hospital supplies have 8 $100 with purchaseof Pkg.
North Florida also forced higher costs to the $5.00 or more food 4ge
Limit Please
Show and Sale, Madison Feb. (8))
patientCLASSIFIED order.
Central Florida Fair, Orlando
Feb. 26Mar. 9.
Hernando County Fair, DRESSMAKING No alterations KRAFT (Fresh) Kraft ((18 oz.) Green Giant 303 Can
Brooksville, Feb. 27Mar. 2. 1301 North Central Ave.,
Chalo Nltka Festival and Flagler Beach. Phone 4392262. (Dairy Dept.) CRAPE GREEN

Rodeo, Moore Haven Mar. 13. Sept. 7, ltc. ORANGE JELLY PEAS

I JUICE 18 oz. Cans
1h Cal. Jars .4 97e

WHITE BARNANTIQUES Class 49 e Limit (3)) Please Limit (iI) Please

Produce Dairy Items Frozen Foods

Golden Yellow. '
BANANAS, Pillsbury Asst. Flavor

Lb....................... IZe BISCUITS, I I
U. S. NO. 1 SOUTH-BUNNELL Yellow Cooking Can.................... fOe J/2 Gal..59cONIONS '

FLEA MARKET EVERY 3 Lb. Bag, ........... 338 Kraft (American) Seald Sweets ((6 oz.) '1 I


SUNDAY 80 12 oz. Pkg......... 590 8 Cans............... .&
9 A. M.-S P. M.

Showboat (300 Can) Long Grain Kraft I e

8 Cans........... M. 3 Lb. Bag........ 370fa i Jar.................. fOe,) II

No Charge For House Calls Bun ((300 Can) U'qu W 22 ec. Clorox t
Black I Eye Peas, $<*00 JOY / BLEACH

CALL 672.1843 8 Cans.........._ i..u Vt Galr ............. 35.


-_.n_ ---- -,-'..'......' w..,.. ,.. ... -__- -

_._ ----.......
.. ,- --

6- ., .. . .
bI WANTEDIt jj Social Security,

I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYBy ideas is on not the too design late to for.submit future CHURCH NEWS1 I NEWSQ. \

Christmas Seals. Anyone in. ;
Russell Kay the passing of a loved one"af
terested in submitting an ideaon '
I 35 and I have
am age'
the hour of their death although
While I have no quarrel far away and not considered the design may call or not worked for 3 years as I
write the Spaceport Area TB FIRST METHODIST have small children and I
to reach the
efforts ?
with our in any danger
and RD office at Box 549, BUNNELL stay home with them. When
moon or explore the oceans How does the salmon find Daytona Beach, phone 252-
child become
my youngest
depths In search for know. its way back to its birth Joe 6447, ,to request informationon Her. Oliver Taylor Pastor school age, I plan to go backto

ledge helpful to mankind, I cation, fighting its way up Christmas Seal specifications Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. work. My friends tell me I
stream to spawn and die? and the procedure used Worship ServIce 11:00 a. m.
overlooking should have my social security
feel that we are
Methodist Youth Fellowship
and cats returnto
How do
dogs In forwarding your designs.All .
frozen. Is this true?
In another field far 6:30
research a home they knew and : p. m.
more Important. loved over hundreds of milesof entries, for the 1969 2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. A. ,No. This is a very frequent
Christmas Seal must
and design 1, Lambert, Street. and general misunder
need to know more strange dangerous territory
We be received at the NTA office standing. In order to have
about what Is going on hereon ? by October 1, 1967. Entries for social security record

earth. Report after report What is the force or powerbeyond the 1970 Christmas Seal design ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe your frozen, must meet two re
comes in to indicate that our understanding, cari be submitted to the Rev. Robert Stuart quirements. First must
ire senses beyond the that reaches from the beyondto you
there local association for forwarding Priest in Charge be severely disabled; and sec

five bodily senses recognized.Both warn and guide'us when at a later date. Church School 10:00 a.m. ond, you must have 5 yearsof

humans and animals peril or danger exists? The Christmas Seal is an Sunday. social security paid in dur

;.i' react strangely to coming Why should the countless American tradition. The first Morning'Worship-11:15: a.m. ing the 10 years Immediatelybefore

events. It seems that we have reports of such strange and Seal used In ,the fight against Communion first Sunday of you become disabled.

been warned time and time unexplained occurrence: re tuberculosis in this countrywas each month. From your letter, It appearsyou
again of coming disasters, main taboo? Why should we designed in 1907 by Three miles east of Bunnellon are not disabled but

whether it is an earthquake, not try to learn more about Emily P. Bissell, a Red Cross highway 100. merely not working by choice.Q. .

the death of a president or the human and animal mind worker. From 1907 through Some people tell me I

the passing of a loved one. and its relation to life? 1918 the Red Cross was Included BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST must sign up for ,medicare at

The subject of ESP has been Will our knowledge of 'conditions in the' design of the Charles D. Anders, Pastor least 6 months before reach -

laughed off and kicked on the moon or the Christmas Seal. In 1919 the age 65. I have also heard 3
Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
around by scientists for years bottom of the sea give us double-barred cross, the registered School. months before age 65 is whenI
but it persists in demonstrating more valuable knowledgethan trademark of the Na
should apply. Which is cor
11:00 a.m., Morning Worship
its existence. might come from an understanding tional Tuberculosis Association rect?
7:00 Training Union.
Numerous people reported a of the amazing and the Red Cross were p.m. '
8:00 Evening Worship.Wed. A. Three months before
mental warning prior to the power of the human mind? both Incorporated in the Seal. p.m. age
.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer 65 is correct. Be sure to sign
assassination of the late President Must We'wait for Russia or Starting in 1920, and con
Service. before the'month
Kennedy. A number of ,tinuing each since the up you are
some other to find the year
cpuntry Nursery, all services. age 65, especially if you want
cases are reported of warnings design of the Christmas Seal
answer? .
2 Blocks East of stoplight, supplementary medical
of the San Francisco has carried only the double. your
Moody Boulevard. Insurance to be effective with
earthquake and fire. barred cross. Together, the
News ForVeterans the month reach 65.
you age
Seal double
and the barred
Animals seem to sense coming
I I disaster and there are : cross have been the banner BUNNELL Q.'I have done a lot of work

several reports of strange behavior around which the people have PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS but my work was not covered

of. animals, both do. united in the voluntary battle Rev. John Llngold Pastor by social security. I am, now

I j masticated and in zoos, to the C. W. Henry! Manager of against tuberculosis and respiratory Sunday School, 10:00: a. m. age 68. Can 1.go back and pay
in social security in' order to
Alaskan earthquake. disease. Worship Service, 11:00 a. m
the Veterans Administration Life Liners Service 6:30p. get the required quarters of
If our country is making Many eminent artists have ,
I Regional Office at St. Petersburg ,coverage to draw ,monthly
, any effort to learn the truth contributed, to the progress of m.
and understand the workings Issued a reminder that the Christmas Seal Campaign Evening Evangelistic Serv social security benefits?

ol ESP, It is very "hush.hush." the Veterans :Adiribnistrationis bydesigning Seals which conveyed ice. 7:30: p. m. A. No. You cannot pay in

Bue reports dndicate that' Rus not in the cemetery lot busi the' spirit of this nationwide Deen Road. and get social security quarters .

sia is going all out in this endeavor to wipe out of) coverage. You earn

direction. ness. a tragic disease. THE METHODIST CHURCH social! security quarters of,coverage .

Why Alo dogs howl pitifully "We are' finding, more and You, too, are invited to sub. Flagler Beach either of two ways.

priof. to or immediately after ,more instances," Henry stated, mit' your Ideas on the designfor Reynold Nelson Hoover. coverage ,
the death of a beloved master "of promoters pushing cemetery future Christmas Seals. An

.yen though it occurred thousands lots and leaving the, impression award of $1,000 is offered to Sunday School 9:45: a. m. ployee on work covered by

; of miles away? Why do they represent the the artist'' whose design is Morning Worship 11 a.' m. Social! security. In this case,
birds and wild life seek refuse Veterans Administration." selected. Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45 your employer reports our social

...and flee from areas "The public should be warn p.m.Men's security for you. Second,

I where earthquakes, floods and ed," he, continued, "against INCREASE IN FLU, Club meets the first 'you'-Bet quarters of coverage
hf each month at
other disasters are soon to occur such false and misleading Monday for employment if you
:: ? Why do humans sense statements." EXPECTED 7:30: p. m.Woman's. have a net profit of $400 or

One fast buck promoter has Society of Chris. more in the year ($600 grossor
The State Board of Health tlon Service the 2nd Thurs
offered a free lot if anotherone $400 net if farmer). In this
-WE MAKE Was warned recently that' an Increase day, 9:30 a. m.
? purchased from him case, you report your own so.
OUR OWN PAINT but the lot he was goingto in A2 influenza can be South Daytona Avenue. cial security at the time you

i .Buy Direct --Save-Why give away was in the Fort expected this winter, particu : FIRST' file your regular income tax .
I. :Pay MoreGALLONS Barrancas National Cemeteryat larly in the east, because return.If .
Pensacola. This cemetery is Flogler Beach have further
I .' 3 LATEX Q'5 owned by the Department of there was relatively little last Max HaiL Pastor questions be sure any to contact

k Interior-Exterior: the Army and burial is free to year and thl? increased the Sunday School: 9:45.: the local social security' officeat

:,' eligible veterans. general level of susceptibility. Morning Worship: 11:00.: 115 N. Ridgewood Ave.,
2 $J"69 Henry concluded: "The VA Two vaccines will be Available Evening Worship: 7:30.: Daytona Beach, Florida.
Outside White 2>
does not lots -
sell cemetery : a new one !to fight A2 Wednesday Prayer Meeting: -
away and B strains, the ones ex. 7:30.
Yeomans Nationwide and anyone who ties the VA pected this year; and the other On the corner of Third and iv TilE rinrriT COURT OF
,into such .false representationshould older TIll .:\.:<\TH JUDICIAL
Paint Factory Vaccine aimed at flu fall Central. CIUCtlT OK FLORIDA
4.1* So. ir. S. 1:-llnnd Avr. be reported to the FBI types. The person with flu AND KGB KLAGLKH tOt\-

Ormond Beach 9 to Bt30 or the United States Veterans" isn'ti 1 personally concernedwith CATHOLIC CHURCHESRev. TY CASK, FLORIDA No. 215CHIL:

Administration at once. the particular strain the ACTION
Fr. Anthony Leon. Pastor
board noted. All MELTON.
are relatively
ST. MARY'S, KORONA Plaintiff
I the same to a sick person. The 'VI.
strains are of concern only to Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. TOMMY w 'MELTON,

,Flagler County Insurance the doctor, the scientist and Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., NOTICE Defendant 0.-.' !SUIT-AO PROP.

the laboratory technician.The and Friday at 8:30: a.m. ERTY
flu season generallystarts FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL residence- is $409 E. Main St.,

Agency Inc. in November in Florida. Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.m. YOU Purh AUE m. North HEREBY Carolina.NOTIFIED

The vaccine becomes effective Weekday Masses: Tues. and that an action for divorce
in about a week if the personis Thurs. at 8:30 a.m. 1IY has been- filed against you TOM-
All Forms of Insurance you are required
taking it as a booster. But ST. STEPHEN'S BUNNELL to serve- a copy of your
if several have written defenses If any to it. on
.., 105 North Bay Street .:. Phone 437-3171 without years gone by Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. the plaintiff's attorney whose
a shot the vaccine name and address Is
"" Bunnell, Florida 32010 takes about 30 days to become Weekday .Mass: Saturday at 088INSKY ARTHUR M. OSBINSKY of
: 'LiFE-FIRE-AUTO-CASUALTY effective. liDO N. Oleander Avenue
BONDS Immunization is especially Daytona Beach, Florida
MEMORIAL and file the original with the
; urged for persons with such clerk of the above styled court.
chronic diseases a s heart CHURCH on or before October 7, 1H7:

disease, bronchitis, diabetesand Flagler Beach entered otherwise.. against a Judgement you for may the re-be

I Addison's disease; preg- Rev. R. W. Dickert Pastor nded. In the complaintcane

When you nant women; persons. over 45 Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. !Indmy hand and the
especially .those 65. on September
over Worship Service, 11 a. m. 6,
DISTANCE I "LETGEORGE During the 25 years since Communion every first Sun. 1967.GEORGE M MOODY
I development of flu vaccines, Clerk Circuit Court
day of each quarter. (Court Seal)
) researchers have noted that Daytona Avenue, South of By :
MEANS nClerkurraySept.
I w they should be regularly up. School. As Deputy .
DO 171"W dated because the flu germ 714.2128.4tcTHE

..NOTHING! unlike many others Is con
stantly changing. Thus, a vaccine
Pay Postag* Both Ways which is effective againsta BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE

certain type this year may
Use DBF "Save-By-Mail" Service not be effective
against the
...d l.riq s.4...*A..df',i......... same type next year because ROBERT L. HANNAH

I that (type has undergone a FUNERAL HOMES
:D small change, rendering the
vaccine ineffective Dedicated to dignity, service and economy. Lowest cert

l. .d The board said that whilec1t1ze.ns by far In the entire area on any service of your choice.
I should have flu shots
MAIN omctiDownto regularly' each year, it may We invite your comparison. Serving all faiths.
:F: ...'
**D.y. not guarantee 100 .
, 230 N teach St percent protection U. S. 1-HOLLY Htu-DA'TTONA BEACH
but each booster can
BRANCH Of FlCii "Nea.t of Hotly HM'U.s. I t at Mi Stns t teeeen the severity of an at. CALL WX 7611 TOLL FREE

tack in case flu is contracted.

... ,
I -


....- .
,I J' .

L ....--- -- '-----"- --'
.. .. : ;
., \ ,. :- : ;" f !,,; ----I

SNAKE ON Education Cost Up 17 PercentThe -- "


cost of public educationIn education in the state in 1965< NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF HESOIAJTIO.V .
Florida from kindergarten The increase throughout the RKNOHNCINQ RIGHTS OFt COURT IN AND FOR KLAU-

Pennekarop Coral Reef State; through college came to $8675 nation was 15 per cent. ,- t-nn cov TY AND LEn COCNTV.' FLORIDAFILE '
laiiLio ix NO.
Park on Key Largo answeredthe
million during last year the increased and to the following described: IN RE: Estate of ELLEN J>NBBERRILU
Income :
,telephone !this week, he "Personal i land or Interest therein acquiredby
Florida State Chamber
a Rift, or dedicated, or set
found he was holding more Commerce reported In Its at a much slower rate than aside for street, alleyway, roador Deceased
than the receiver-in his hand. Business Review education costs: 9 per cent in highway or drainage purposes. NOTICE! TO CREDITORSTo
Weekly released
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENthat all creditors and ill per-
"Hello, Ranger T. 11. recently. Florida and 8 per cent nation- after the public hearing the sons having; claims or demandsagainst
Weaver said and stared into Board of County Commissioners said estate.
the flat face of a garden 'This amount was 17 per of FlagUr' County Florida did You and each of you. are
on the 6th day of September A. hereby notified and required to
snake wrapped around the cent greater than the cost of 4The Florida (total last year D. 1967 duly adopt a resolution present any claims and demands.
Instrument. Goodbyes were Included $581 million for the vacating, abandoning discontinuing which you or either of you. may
renouncing uid disclaiming have of
hastily dropped, along with BHS SENIOR CLASS ELECTS operation of regular public any right of the County and ELLEN JANE BERRILU deceased -
the telephone. schools (up 16 per cent) ; $81.6 the public In and to the following late of Way County.
described land or Interest Michigan to the Hon. T. K. Me-
NEW OFFICERSOn million for new buildings therein acquired by a gift or Knight County Judge of 'Flag-
Chrysanthemums are grown equipment for these schoolsup dedicated or set aside for street ler County County Courthouse
31 1967 the alleyway road or highway or in Bunnell Flagler.County, Florida -
August ,
and at Redwood 13 cent) $22.1
shipped (
City, per ; drainage purposes: 'within\ six months from the
Calif. Senior Class of B.H.S. calleda for specialty schools for A strip of land fifteen feet date of the first publication of

meeting to elect new of. the handicapped (up 29 per the(15')half-section wide along each line side intersecting of- this notice.' .
ficers. The officers for 1967.68 182.5 million for the following described Each claim or demand must
cent); and $ ; be In writing and must state the
will be as follows: the operation and expansionof KH of property NE% of: NWtt of place of residence and post-ofQoe
HASTINGS MATTRESS Ray Krutz President; Bobby state universities and NEU *f Section 24, Town, address of the claimant and must
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Robinson, Vice President; Kate Junior colleges (up 19 per ship East, 12 South. Range S9 agent be sworn"td or his by attorney the' It Will
Strickland, Secretary and Reporter become void according to law.
cent), op- ,
710.12 Lemon St. shall deliver
Each creditor
; Tony Parker Treasurer. en session of the Board of County
sufficient copies of his claim to
Palatka, Florida "The cost of public education Commissioners. Florida, on .the of 5th FlaglerCounty. day enable the County Ju4 rt to ,mail

Phone EA' 5-9166 Also elected from each In Florida amounte4 last of BF'untJNTY one ,each personal Tepresenta-.

Furniture, Upholterlng homeroom to represent the year to $146 per person with MISSIONERS.BOARD FLAGLER COM-. Dated Au Rust 15th AD. 19(7.
Repaired & Refinished Senior Class in the Student the major part of this amount COUNTY FLORIDABy JOHN THOMA8? BKbRILL'
/!/ LOUIS M. 8TEFLIK As Executor of r Ue Last
Mattresses & Box Springs Council Is. Wesley Thomas going for regular pubjjc Chairman Will and Testament of,

Made to Ord r, Also Renovated from Mrs. Gurnee's homeroomand schools. Relating this: per (SEAL) Deceased.ELLEN jANfl >'1 RJIJ 434First7

Call Laura Mont 437-3233 Hewitt Dupont from Mr. capita figure to per capita income '- ATTEST/GEORGE: M. MOODY publcatlon, ,onr Aupjst
Heln's homeroom. Floridians spent a Cierfc Circuit Court, Flagler' .
After 6:00 P. M. greater porotlon of their incomes County Florida. 9-7-Uo etc.-A". 24, SI, Sept 7, 14
Secretary Reporter

BUpGET PLAN IF ;NEEDED! Kathryn Strickland.. spent on an' average "inatl, .T.n-. OF HEARING TENTATIVE BUDGET ,
Just a* near wide. : Notice la hereby given that the Board of County Commissionersof
as your Whales can stay submerged Flagler County, Florida will at a .special meeting on Wednesday..
Phone or Post Office while "These from of- ReptnvDe! 20tm. 1967 at S:00 P. M.. hear complaints or reJeOlon.rto
figures are
for a long becaqse they the adpptlon of the tentative County Budget (or the ensiling '.flsoa'
Drop Us a Card or Call can fill their lungs to capacity ficial reports and1 Include all year. "

Free Pick-up & P liyery more, easily than land state and local funds, 'plus Board LOUIS of M County:STEFLItt.Commissioners/Chairman 'I'''e

mammals\ says she MiamiSeaquarium's federal aid for' school' lunches Flagler County Florida
Bill and lmpact areas." ATTEST: .
J O,t't r 1,GENERAL 1M7 is !* ''FUNDS! 30!, l toss : 'i ,.:., '

Ratl..te *f Il.veii.'.. Sad Iteeeiptst r'" 'I ,.i 1'_ '",
Taxes-i2 mills on U7.2U,13..00.._._........._.,,....... ,..;......s .9.80J.OO
__.. Racing Receipts ..._.............._..............,.........._.........._..Z..W: ..'_... 15000.00
w Miscellaneous Receipts ..........._....__._..,........_.TT..__TTT"1Less -.-..-.... 16.000'.00
i .
5% t 0I
:. 1Zi't 84.

lightens! Anticipated' Cash Balances October I 1. 19<7..............?:.._".._:"......4208.JJ8.00. l 8r'?1,00
I '"I. r ,r..r .t..71Fstlmcted

\ Racing Fund Ependltare.f to School Board. _................._............-.............$ 49,000.00
; Racing Funds to Recreation Fund.......... .. ... 6000.00
Other Anticipated General Expenses........::::...: ..:::::::::::::::... 1J4.959.00: :

I $189,959

Reserve for Contingencies...,......._...?...... ._..??-... 16,000.00Reserve ,
LIOIEWOflK'r for Cash Carry.Over to cover Expenditures Oct.-Dec.,
1J68' i.-- a5, 90.00'


'" "
n b rr TSJ Eath..te 510Mmy ("n'"l87.m.UI.OOGas > ._.__...._....._.. :.. .,.... .. 18,971.00
Motor Fuel & Surplus Gas Taxes.._.______......_.. .100.00
.. Racing Receipts --........._.__. .._._........,..._.__....... 40.000.00
8126 64.000Anticipated
Less 5% ,
.' a r ;
i s 4 l ,,,r+"r1 Cash Balances October 1. 1967w.... .._.......$$11710

Kidmated Kxpendlturest -# '
Salaries ,.................._?......-......................._.............:........-.........-...._....I 58,000.00
Maintenance of Roads and Equipment._..-..._........-.-.._....... K.910.00
Care of Convicts ...._...._........_....._..._..........._...__?..?... .8>!?HS
\ Miscellaneous Expenses .....?............-. ?....? ._*.-.........-.,..-......... 16,280.00
j .ado New Equipment .............-........... .:. ..?.:.. ... ,.... ,tiin..u.T 18,000.00: :

\ Reserve for Contingencies ..-..................._............_.._.........U09.810.00 9,600.00
Reserve for Cash Carry-Over to cOY 1' Expenditures Oct.-Dec.
; iT 1988 .......?.......................-......,..._ ....-.......fif -..i--..-.,-?... 21|000.00

Estimate of Revenues A ReeelptsiTaxes _
-.20 Mills on 137,212,188__..........*,_w.-. .... .$ 7.442.00
Racing Receipts ..!'-.........-.-...._....._.- .:..._-- 10.000
Fines &. Forfeitures ...-.---.-- ...................,.._ .......w? 55,000.00

S 72442.00

It means that it complies with the rigid S 18,820.00

standards of the'Better Light Better Sight Bureau Anticipated' Cash Balances October 1, 19(7-....- 15(02.00
and Illuminating Engineering Society. I TOTAL ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS"" AND RESOURCES.84.422.00:

Estisated Expeadit.reei::: '
I Sheriff's Salaries & Expenses _......______...__............ SI.820.00'
and aids concentra Miscellaneous Expenses .......___.___._..__.?.__...... 1200.00
Good home study lighting prevents eyestrain fatigue, i fhpltal Outlay _._._....._._......_..._....__._._..... .000.00

tion. Better homework means higher grades in school ., s. .0710.00

Electricity is cheap about two hour of 200-watt lighting for onlya I eserve serve for for Contlnl'tade--COunty Contlnl'endea-Sherltf. _.,. ,.,..,.,,.._......_. 5.2.00 1210.00

Ulan Today the price eserve for Cash Carry-Over to cover Mxpenditures Oct.-Dec.
In fact iff now cheaper ever. average
penny. 1968 -?........-._ 14000.00
-- ---
paid' per kilowatt hour for Sunshine Service electricity in {he home is I : -

actually 31% cheaper than just 10 years ago. s .122.00

Start your chid "Back to School" with a new, modem study lamf r rfunctionally COUNTY HHALTH DEPARTMENT

designed for seeing without glare or strain. Taxes *1 Ells on U1.JU.U..OO-. |1,6S .00PLAGLBR .
MILLAGE A"- -'ieimmana s
MILLAGE AflSESSKD! 19 7-68 PERIOD 1,17 Mills .
See the selection at these dealers now. KANT FLAGLKn MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT

Tax**-LOS Kills -........__......_........................._.?...| 15,2l8.0'
Rue* **-.065 .J1 Ills .--_...,_........_...._..._.__........_............_....-_V$ J.M7.00
Sept. 7, Its.

: t




Laminated Flarte Fin* Hardwood

Now J.nriac .wfJI MM! AH SurwMlW At.*.,


,MiLeN9 lulLs FLORh1Ae. .;.... Call Collect 437-3613



.. j
... J.-W

--- .. -- .. -- .
""--1', 1" .. '.,. 'oW _


8-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. SEPTEMBER 7, 1967 ....... bidder for construction of the and Mrs. W. Kudruna, Mrs. !

Bunnell-Flagler Beach high Kuth Hunter, Miss Jesse Du-

Would YouBELIEVE way. The bid was $387,611. pont, R. C. Hunter and Howard I
f i ; GOLF (-;.) Hunter.. \

; SEASON SCHEDULE ASSN. ORGANIZEDThe Mrs. M. B. Fuller left for (-:.) I
New York City to attend the 1S27-40 TEARS AGO 1
ti The first game of the foot. Ocean Palm Country It Happened in Flagler National Convention of the I
ball season will be Friday, Club Men's Golf Associationwas County 20. ?0. 40 yean ago American Legion and Legion The opening of Bunnell
Sept. 15 when the Bunnell organized at a meeting 9 schools for the coming term
Bulldogs travel to Crescent Wednesday evening at the (-:.) would be on the morning of I

City to play the Rebels in clubhouse. About (twenty-five fII A family reunion was enjoyed September 12, according to
their own territory. This is local golf enthusiasts attend. 1957-TEN YEARS AGO by the Wells family at G, D. FJnholster, principal.

the first of seven conference ed a meeting conducted by According to H. H. Corley, the W. H. Wells and T. D. (-:-)
games scheduled for the Bull. club member Harold Weeks. County James Biddle caught the
manager of the Flagler Wells homes here. In the
dogs this season. Walter Morris and Rem largest fish and Glennr Miller
Housing Authority, the group were Mr. and Mrs. How-
Murray were appointed to the and Corydon Carter tied for
The following is the 1967 Authority had accepted the ey Wells Nola Dottie,' Sonny honors as to number of fish
football schedule: nominating committee. low bid of $269,511 of Arra and Peggy Mae Wells of
Members, of t 'h e newly caught when (the Bunnell Boy
Construction Company,r of Orlando Athens, West Virginia; Jess '
fIII.Home games. A.Away.sept. formed association will meet for building 15 unitsof Upshaw, Marietta, Ga.; Mr. Scouts Journeyed to 'TheRocls"

15 Crescent City -,A Wednesday Sept. 6 at 7:00 housing and an administration and Mrs. Ross Stevens and last Saturday.. .
Sept. 22-Wakulla County-H p.m.. at the clubhouse to elect building. family, Richland, Ga. ( : )

Sept. 29- St. Joseph H officers -and establish rates ,(.:.) (.:.) -l Mis. C. O. Magee enter-
for dues. talned the newly formed
Oct. GBaldwinHomecoiclngOct 1937-30 YEARS AGO
Walter Morris, Bunnell High
13 Florida D&B A All interested golfers are Invited bridge club of Bunnell with
School Band Director, was The management of the three tables
October 20 OPEN to the meeting accord. of progressive
elected Area Five'President
Ing to club director Bud as Flagler Theatre announced on bridge. Head prize was won
Oct. 27 Father Lopez A
of Duval Baker Nassau .
Flag. from
Tuesday nights
November 3 Oviedo H Brooks. everyone by Mrs. Louetta Cochran and
ler and St. Johns Cunties.
3 to 100 old would be
November 10 Hastings A years second prize by Mrs. E. O.
RETURN FROM TRIP (.:.) admitted on a 10 cent ticket. Stokes.
November 17 Callahan A
Angus Reynolds, Sr., 202: S. The annual Lions Club Wednesday and Thursday (.:.)

BHS FOOTBALL Daytona Ave., Flagler Beach, Fishing Tournament for children nights would be Family Son Durrance, deputy sheriffof
and son Major A. S. Rey was being planned for Nights and a man and wife Flagler County died shortly
Saturday August 31 at Lake and all the kiddies woud be
COACHES PLAN folds home on leave from before reaching a St. Augus
Vietnam, returned home Friday Lucille in front of the Bunnell. admitted on one 40 cent ticket. tine hospital after a shooting

PROGRAM from a week's trip!to Nas Civic Center. (.:.) affray between the deputy
(. .) Stevens had
sau. : Rev. Edgar ac
Protective equipment worn and Tom Payne.
County Judge Duane A. cepted the pastorate of the
t' by high'school athletes will CANS Durrance was waiting at a
TIP FOR GARBAGE Deen was on a two weeks Bunnell Baptist Church. Rev.
be demonstrated at Bunnell Joseph C. Parrish, Flagler training tour with the U.S. Stevens came to Bunnell from water tank at Greenland, a
:' High School Thursday, Sept. Beach, brought this hint into Naval Reserve. Jacksonville. settlement near Bayard, FlorIda
7 at 7:00: p.m. at a special for Jim Smith, murdererof
the Tribune office and thoughtit (.:.) (-:.)
\ program for parents of football might be of interest to our 1947-20 YEARS AGO Enjoying a family weekend Sheriff Perry Hall.
players and local .
, i fans. sports readers who are troubled with In a bulletin received by the house party at the Ben Turner (-: )

pets turning over garbagecans. Tribune' through O. F, Alford, cottage were Mr. and Mrs.E. Miss Clarice Teston of Flag-

f The 1967-68 football program Governor's Staff member in A. Hunter, Mrs. Kenneth Beach had been selected as
f now underway will be Take a rag saturated with Flagler County, it was report. B1 d die, Gainesville and one of the teachers at "the
i outlined by members of the kerosene and wipe around the ed J. C. Dickerson Construction daughters Mildred and Eve. Flagler County high school

'i Bunnell High School coach. top of your garbage contain. Co., Lakeland, was low lyn; Mrs. H. F. Connely Mr. for the coming year.
; ing staff, according to Head ers once or twice a week. This
Coach Jack Hall. will eliminate the problem, as

i' dogs and cats will not bother More V8 Power for... ,
There are fifty-five boys the cans with the kerosene

participating in the school applied, according to Mr. Par. 1968 Chevrolet Pickup'Trucks
football program. rish.
i All interested persons are He stated this hint has been
invited, Hall said. .
tested and proved very suc

cessful. Try it, it may be Just
iT9'W the 'trick.


Registered ON TOUR OF DUTYR2

Bebe Moody, US Navy, is
Real Estate Broker on a tour of duty in the Mediterranean

Bunnell Florida and will return
sometime in February.



Jt : x

"+" ...-,.. ,.. ., -_.......
A wider selection of V8 power, more colorful and comfortable interiors, and additional safety
items&g standard equipment are offered in the 1968 Chevrolet pickup truck line Front end
'v e Sodas i is more massive while retaining unsurpassed liue-of-sight vision to the road. The rear window has
I been enlarged to nearly twice Its former size. Three Y8s are offered Including a new 307-ctt--in.
i200-bp. standard engine and an optional 310-hp. version of the 396-cu.4a. available for the first

Sundaes ; r ;' i time in regular pickups. Front and rear side marker reflectors or lamps are standard equipment.
o r'


I Eliminate "Spearing"Authorities


It t Caution


"It isn't the first man whomakes

CHICAGO Football "spear- the tackleWarmath said.
o ing" should be eliminated, warn -It's that second tackier. He puts
sports and medical authorities. his head down closes his eyes and
: \ "I' Spearing is the tactic in which ? piles into the man who's down
Hot Dogs a blocker or tackier uses his headas r with one intent,and that's to maim
'I It's dangerous, *
: a battering ram and cripple.1
, : ",' : both for himself and for the per. Joining the coaches in con-
he hits. .' spearing and in calling
son _
e Torpedoes A group ot coaches physicians for cornet, head-up Mocking and
. and officials have Richard C. Schneider -
sports tackling
Joined the American Medical Association M.D. an Ann Arbor, Mich.,

HOME MADE APPLE PIE emphasize in correct calling, head for coaches-up blockttrict to. neurosurgeon AMA Committee and on member the Medical of the

, kl' .,., '"p. ..__ Ml _. e nrit'. Donald B. S1o--
an ---
log and lacfforcemeat mg' Inches-if he Aspects 01 *}>*> T
officials of the rules chairman of the AMA
by cum, M.D.,
head down
f I consultant -
against spearing. serious injury to committee: and orthopedic
.$ Said Notre Dame football and he to the University of Oregon
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS! coach Ara Parscghian: "1 can't be. miss the tackle football team: William E. Newell
\ to
gin to tell of the number of executive secretary of the National
time see
" f WE ARE AGENTS FOR' FTD (Florists where I have lectured on a harder Athletic Trainers Association and
(spearing) problem. We ad'r going.fatalities indicate head athletic trainer at rurdue
Notre Dame; O. B. Murphy, M.D..
; Telegraph Delivery.) teach this at good safety rec University;
everything Kentucky team physician
over the years I have dope that virtually a University
IB ioBu.mce to
AMA representative
within power and
CALL US FOR FAST DELIVERY OF : others to coach against it" are involved .each ..._ NCAA Rules Committee-- ; CarlUK
Hill, N.C.
The AMA's Committee on & Blythe. Ph.D. Chapel
FLOWERS ANYWHERE! Medical Aspects of Sports ... and neck injuries head chairman of the NCAA committeeon
la 1966, and president of
foe sports authorities' football safety
when recent studies showed & were responsible the American College 'd. Sports
, MIld and neck injuries 84 fatalities in directly college ; L.W. Combs J>., director
injuries University
to constitute a very high football. of the Purdue
of serious injuries in student health center and a leaderin
SUNDRIES age Warmish, foot-
COOK'S Section
l In the coftect,haad-wp the University of. the Athletic Medicine Health
the player uses his shoulders, will never of the American Ortlege
ai chest to stop the ball the until we Association.and CUBotd B.Pagan

': " 437-346 U. S. 1, """'I! t tI I In drives"spear"into his or opponent"butt" tackle with, U and Its pat until tHC on we alto the aecuthe Pederatkst seams of Sate of High the National IchMI

bead.By spearing, the tackler *. Athletic Awodtttow.
from ,
the ball carrier
I pmcat


I- .

Full Text
xml record header identifier 2008-10-22setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Flagler Tribunedc:subject Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher s.n.dc:date September 7, 1967dc:type Newspaperdc:identifier (OCLC)1024369 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Flagler -- BunnellNorth America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida