The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
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Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
September 21, 1967
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
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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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Flagler Beach


/ The City Commission I

Flakier TribuneVOL.

It Happened in Flagler Met ThursdayRoutine

County 20 30. 40 years ago

7 i business was on
:the agenda of the Flagler
55 NO. 38 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1967 $3.50 A TEAR \
TEN TEARS AGO-1957 Beach City Commission at I
regular meeting Thursday

The appointment of Mrs. City Commission ,_ MRS. L. BONDY. night. I
William Traylor, Flagler ? Commissioners opened insurance I
Beach as Legislative Chair. BEACH RESIDENT bids from Brown and I

man for District IV of the Adopts BudgetFor DIED SATURDAYMrs. Brown, Inc., $134.20 per year 1
Florida Federation of Garden and Ray E. Gullett Agency,
Clubs was announced. Lillian Bondy, 79, John $124.20 per year for Insuring I
(.:.) Fiscal YearThe Anderson Highway, Flagler the dtys full time policeman. \
H. T. Cook of Bunnell was Beach died Saturday night at The matter was tabled until I,

appointed Assistant State At. Bunnell City Commissioners Bunnell General Hospital. the 'next meeting so the bids '

torney for the Seventh Judicial adopted a ,156723.21 hatan. could be studied further. .

Circuit by Gov., Leroy budget Monday night calling A letter from the Northeast' I
Collins. for a 7 mill /tax levy for the Flagler Beach ten years ago Flagler Water Assn. was read
(. This Is .' from Moundsvllle, Va.
: ) new fiscal year. eight .
offering to purchase potable
( Girls State Representative tenths of a mill higher than She was a member of Damesof treated water from Flagler i

Melba Tucker and Boys StateRepresentative the current tax levy.A Malta and the Pythian Sisters Beach at 35c per thousand \\

,, \ Charles Nor. budget breakdown shows Moundsvllle, Va. She wasa gallons.: The commission !
thrlp were guests 9fr'bo'nor at $103,620 for general operating lifetime member of the agreed to take the recommendation (
, the American Legion ,meet-. expenses, $47,800 for the water I-- Flagler Woman's Club and a of the ,City Engin.
Ing. '.4'i '? : department and $5,302 to retire member of the First Methodist .
eer, Dr. David Smith. The as-
( .) Indebtedness Church of Flagler Beach.
-: the old bonded
is of
sociatlon to the cost
TWENTY YEARS AGO-1947 on the waterworks.The She Is survived by a daughter Dr. Smiths survey and if an l
I 1967.68 budget is $5- Mrs: Paul Kelly, Flagler "
is reached the
t !'A new law passed at the 245,21 less than last years Beach; one son, Charles, Birmingham agreement will reimburse the association, city 1
1947 session of legislature J budget.: Ala; and two sisters '
provides that county school The 6 mill levy is for the SP4 ALAN WAYNE JONES Mrs. Pearl Bllyeu and when a minimum consump- I
boards shall be composed of general operating fund. The 1 Mrs. Sarah Higbee 0 f Pow. tion of 75,000 gallons. per dayIs

five members Instead of the mill levy Is for .the retirementof President Johnson has hatan, Ohio.Craveslde. reached., j'
, three as had existed in the bonds. awarded the Presidential Unit services were held Adopted a resolution de.

\ past. It was expected the The commissioners adoptedthe Citation Flagler County School Board City Tax Roll amountingto at Espanola Cemetery, with extension was completed and :
Bn., 503rd Inf., 173 Airborne
: would adopt a resolution at $5,356,531.00.Other Brigade, for extraordinary he. Rev. Reynold Hoover,, pastorof assessment of adjoining and \
its next meeting !to create two business of :the com Flagler Beach Methodist abutting properties be posted.
roism in Vietnam.
October 12 set the date
additional districts. mission included: Church officiating. was as
(.:.) Adopted a resolution accept. The unit was cited for action for equalization of assess

f George (Buster) Akins open ing, a. sewage treatment plant against hostile forces FLAGLER GASOLINE ments.
ed a welding and general re from the Flagler County Housing from March March 21, Granted permission to the
pair shop in the old 'Flagler Authority. east of Phuoc Bfiih?* -. 4W. TAX COLLECTIONS. ; librarian td purchase a book
. Garage Bldg. on the old brick Agreed to furnish framework for '$1.70'and supplies for
IN- AUG. ,
SP4 Alan Wayne Jones INCREASE '
road. and labor for two Service son $35.75. ,
(.:.) Organization signs to be of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Jones, Gasoline Tax Collections in Hired Harry Bullock\ as driver \
Local Masons were busy placed at the North and South 401 N. Cherry St., Bunnell, is Flagler County for August :for the garbage truck beginning .1
r:. for the formal a member of the unit receiving totaled $21,800.63 for 311,429
making plans city limits on US Hwy. No. 1. Sept: 18 at $1.65 per
dedication of the new Masonic The signs are sponsored by the outstanding citation. gallons, which was $1,274.49 hour. .

rt. Temple. The dedication ceremony .y".th Bunnell Lions\ Club. Alan has been stationed in above the amount collected In Discussed, paving Ocean ,
was to be conducted""y 'bisct SS d hiring a second Vietnam since February, 1967 July. The August 1967 collections Palm Drive and streets in1' ,
the Grand Lodge of Florida. policeman, but took no action. are $7,128.38 less than Venice Park Subdivision.. No
I J (. .) the collections I
It. : year ago.
FARM BUREAU action was taken. \ .
l. .Among those leaving forTSjlahAssee _. The August 1966, collections '
'\ Krier appeared tot're
, r' to attend FU WEEK SEPT./17-23 totaled $28,928.41. Mr.
: f were Johnny Sheffield, Paulette ADMITTED-Nagl Abraham, Sales Tax collections for the quest useof the RecreationHall
I ( Carrilet, Kenneth Harris, Flagler Beach; Billy Doaks, George Clegg, president of county totaled $28,928.41, for the Taxpayers Assn.
p Ray Allen McDougall, Daisy Bunnell; Ross Bass B\ !Hell; the Flagler County Farm which was $2,446.38 more than meeting Sept. 26.
Whitaker and Ferrell Ward. Alice Smith, Bunnell; 'Arthur Bureau, has announced the last months collections. Com- Approved payment'of current
( .) Jones Bunnell Jean observance of Farm Bureau the bills.
; -: ; Dorothy pared to last year collec-
r. THIRTY YEARS AGO-1937 Spearman, Bunnell; Ruth Week from Sept. 17 thru Sept. tions this month were $1,282.. No action was taken on arequest
Leard, Ormond Beach; Carl 23. This year marks the fifth 52 less than August 1966. to close a 20 ft alleyon

11 Mrs. H. H. Murphy, presi- Adler, Atlanta, Ga. anniversary of Farm Bureauin lot 8, block 2,"in Moody's.
dent of the Bunnell Parent- DISMISSED-Darrell Britt, our county and during that BROTHER OF RESIDENT subdivision. '

Teacher Association presided Mary McDonald, Hattie King, time has continued to grow, DIED SATURDAYIN City Attorney'x-Max Ossin-
f over the business session of Robert Beaver, Alice Thacker, and our president has urgedall SEVILLE sky advised the commission:

the, first meeting of the 1937- Randy Hodges, Lee Skelly, Farm area Bureau farmers on the to help move.keep George A. Ferguson. 69 Se. foreclosure on a parcel of land

,, 38 school year. Martha Stubbs, Vicki King, yule, passed away Thursday,, in Hlllcrest Subdivision would
r (-:-) Dorothy Patllla, Linda Fon The Farm Bureau is the Sept. 14 in Seville. He was the have to be returned ItO the'
I'' Fishing at Flagler Beach taine, Faye Durrance, Milton state and county's no. 1 agricultural brother of Mrs. Harry Cleggof court to be confirmed due toan ,
, was good, Earl Brockett, Bun. Rodebaugh, Lorraine Harris, organization :and it Haw Creek. incorrect signature. 'The
,' nell, landed a' 19-pound sea Sophia Abken Scott Crews, Is sincerely hoped during the Born in Hogansvllle, Ga. he parcel was foreclosed due ,to
bass five miles of the
north Pauline Lovelace, Don Capps, observance, everyone will take had resided in Seville for the failure to pay paving assess
plei.and.Richard,Mosby, Black Wallace Mleler Mary Petricek, the*time to think about what past 67 years. ments.
Point landed 2 lea 4
bass Frank Petricek, Laura New. Farm Bureau stands for and Funeral services were held .
I, whiting and 21 croakers. man, Hutch King, Lewis how Important agriculture Is Saturday, Sept. 16 In Seville.He L. Walker : i{
C-J-) Daisy
; Woods, Joe Whitesides, Sherry. to each and every citizen of is survived by his wife, !I
All stock of the Citizens
.1\ Hadden. the state and county Hershey B. Ferguson.
Bank of Bunnell had been
Local Resident
sold, E. H. Ashcraft an.
nounced. A meeting was to

t be scheduled for electing temporary Died
. \' officers"*and securing Saturday"I I
, a charter.
' Daisy
"t (.:.)
Pine Street, Bunnell, one of
11. L j.s Marjorie McKenzIe entertained M I
11. the Bachelorettes at Flagler County's longtime residents '

:. a buffet supper and swimming died Saturday night at
,," party In Green Cove
Bunnell General Hospital
Springs. Those from Bunntn
after: a lengthy illness. I
i attending were MIMes Shep
j"t Oehrane, June Deen, Lillo 0a Born In ChIpley, Florida she I
, "r Jatonson, Eleanor King, Mary moved to Bunnell 52 years ago r
Ketus Deen, Kate Lord and from there. She was :a former I 1
I Mis. J. H. McKnifht, Jr. school tacher and for several \
(-:.) 9 9L years she taught in the Du- I

FORTY YEARS AGO-1927 { !kc pont, Codyvllle and Bunnell ;
j schools. She was a member of
';'j The Kudruoa Chevrolet Co. !the Order of Eastern Star and ,
planned to entertain the Tun- the First Methodist Church. of
ney-Dempsey fight fans of Bunnell.
Bunnell at the company show Survivors include her

room. A late model Stuart- daughter, Miss Lucille Walter,
;0 Warner radio will be used Into Bunnell; one son, Gordon L.

receiving the fights. Walker, Wildwood; three
C.:.) grandchildren and several
t The Town of Flagler Beach ,nieces and nephews. '
had installed a life-saving Pictured are the "Bunnell Bullpups" who Photos by Theo C. HelD Funeral services were held

" apparatus according to D. D. open their season Tuesday night, September Buckles, James Bryan, Joe Burnett, Graff Monday morning at 10:30 at

Moody, chairman of the toWK 'fit at 7 when they meet the St. Joseph Flashes Crews, Pat Gutnee, Wayne Hutcheson, Harold the First Methodist Church of
; commissioners. The outfit consisted "B" team on the Bulldogs gridiron. Back Higginbotham, Ronnie Herring. Bunnell with the Bev.Oliver
I of several hundred feet Taylor pastor, officiating. Interment .
raw left to rfcfht players are Mark Strickland, \
of rope properly fMtemri to -BUNNELL BBLLPUM" Imo,RPULZ foUonwid tlton0UCemetery.
Dan,' Solomon, Jay Townsend, Charles Williams
the abora with large size t
a Warnell Williams, Jan Counts. Middle October 3-en.flat $ty------------._---------------Those Martin Me-
life attached to the Pallbearer were
line.preserver The device: had been 'Bey Lsonard King, Eddie London, Bobby Mis- October 10--1.opiII....._...................._...........Me** Daniel, George Wlekline, W. I

placed at the bathing zone sinne, Don MltthcU, David Miller, Greg Robertson October 17-.Halting*..._................................)le W. Deen, & W. Deft, Jr., A.....

and was ready for use. Kirk Robertson. Front row Randy October 34-Topei...._................_........j........_.....o Johnston and E. C. Johnston.


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News For Z-
r Ifilaglfr\ ( rtbuur1NCORPORATEDt 1 \1

DUWNELL FLORIDA ': r. VeteransM.

LEN WILSON T, Dixon, of the Florida 4DscW.INC.
Editor and Publisher Department of Veterans Affairs
BETTE S. McDANIEL, said that under new
New Editor Defense Department Rules no

member of a family may be

e.'pated newspaper f.r all assigned to Vietnam for at

Legal Advertising least six months after the

death there of another memo
Entered as second class matter ber of that family.
February I, 191S. it the pott- The new provision states U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK ,., _
office at Bunnell. Florida, under
Act of March I, 1S7S. where a member of a family
is killed, or dies as a resultof (
'lOe Per Copy Vietnam/ service, other ROAST I ;., *ib. 49

<>.. Year $.TM members of the same family ,
Six )fonts ..........._.._._..'2.00 will, upon request, either be
Outside riaclcr C...ty deferred from assignment to .:.; \,.<.
94J09 Per Year Vietnam for a period of at U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK

least six months, followingdate ,
OFFICIAL PROCLAMATION of death, or if servingin r
Vietnam< be reassigned STEAK Ib.59
WHEREAS agriculture and therefrom for the same minimum .
related Industries are the period.

Number One industry in Florida Also, under the new directive

producing more than$4.2 is a rule that men under Fresh "PURE"
18 will not be assigned to

the billion State into and the employing economy more of Vietnam Defense, Dixon Department said. Another rule '

GROUND BEEF 3 ibs. $149
total people than any other states that a sole survivor
industry andWHEREAS may not be assigned to Viet

more !than 112 nam. ,
of rural and farm families in
this county and more than The theory of Jujutsu is Lean Western FIRST CUT Streak O'Lean
35,000 throughout the State that a participant leads his

other have Joined county one Farm of Bureausfor the 63 against opponent use his strength PORK CHOPS WHITE BACON I

the '''Purpose of speakingand Ib. lb.
acting for themselves 4't 4ge
through organized 'effort, and CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING I

WHEREAS Farm' Bureau
has gained wide public ac
ceptance and reputation as Fre.h Florida Grade "A" D & D ((2-2i/2 lb. Avg.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE

the "Voice of Agriculture" in II
Flagler County and in Florida,

and Whole Ik 27
RATE- 4c word. Minimum
WHEREAS the general welfare per Bli.
of our citizens is closely charge per issue $14)0.
tied to the welfare and progress .
of the rural and farm Used Oak Padded Seat Rock.
people of Florida; er$9.50; Platform Rocker 950.
NOW THEREFORE I,Lewis Jerry's Furniture and Appliances E

Stefjik} by virture of the authority 'Old Dixie Highway, 2 J ml BRISKET STEW......_..._....._.._....:......._...Ib. 43" I
miles South of Korona. Phone
vested in me as Chair.
437.3752 9.21.1tc.
man, Board of County Com
missioners of the ,County of FOR RENT-'Two small furnished
Flagler do hereby 'proclaim apartments with ga 25% OFF ON ALL DRY GOODS. EVERCANE

September 17-23 1967 as rages. Call Luta Gulllette,
,(Rack Goods Not Included)
Flagler Beach. Phone 4392159. SUGAR
this county, and urge all 9-21-tf. '
farm families to Join with No. 2 CanPORK
Bush's or Our Value %
their neighbors In support of If interested in forming a carpool Ib. '
the Farm Bureau organizationand to DBJC Monday thru BEANS Each& 37'Bag
its programs.IN Friday 8:30'a.' m. Urnttl31p.' tn., AND

WITNESS WHEREOF call 439-2348 after 4 p'. m. on Jar Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
I have hereunto set my week days or anytime on Blue PJate Quart "
hand at Bunnell Florida, weekends. 9-21-ltc. Ea.
this 15th day of September FOR SALE a 49 8Jollf f'P
acres nicely
A.D. 1967,
LEWIS M. STEFLIK landscaped. Small ;home, well Pat+ Giant Twin Pack PilUbury'c (Sweet or -Buttermilk)
secluded off Old Haw
Chairman, Board of Flag POTATO Each
,ler County Commissioners. Road.. $2,900. Turn left off tHtPS 39c
west Moody Boulevard 1/4 BISCUITS
mile from 'town. Go 1 mile on
The coquina clam or periwinkle Giant SizeUQUID
Old Haw
Creek Road and turn
can be cooked to makea
right at bridge. Joe Martel. THRILL Each 4ge 8 oz.
delicately flavored clam 0
broth Florida.says Marineland of Sept 7, 14, 21, 3tc 4 Cans 35FROZEN


A-l Shape, Zig Zags, makes
sews on buttons, appliques,
CIVIL ACTION y.. 209 monograms, etc. Sold new for
JOAN TURI.Plaintiff over $300. MUST SACRIFICE.Just I Tin 47e Frosty Acres 10 oz. Pkg.

JOSEPH'TURI.Defendant.. pay balance $64. or assume GREEN For
$8 monthly payments.Call PEAS Z 35e
TO: JOSEPH NOTICE TURI OK SUIT Credit Manager collect, Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
c/o iIWctROOmll Jacksonville 353-1946 anytime Morton's CHICKEN-BEEF-TURKEY
151 will deliver, no obligation
South Bound Brook, New Jersey
You 08880.are notified that a Complaint Sept. 7, 14. 21, 28, 4tc FRESH PRODUCE ,- DINNERS size 39cSNOWDRIFT .

for divorce and child custody
and child support has been SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Delicious
filed against you, and you are fields installed; Rota-Roter
required to serve a copy of youranswer snail shell. Reasonable .
or pleading to the Complaint prices. APPLES 1 49C
on Plaintiffs' attorney Call George Jarosz, 437.3410
Samuel V Holch, 110 North Srd 8-1-tf
Street. Palatka Florida, 32077.
and file the original answer or
pleading In the office of the FLAGLER BEACH LOTS .
Clerk of the above Court on or
before September 30th 1867. If 50 ft. Ocean front lot north of Bad 4ge 3 t47-
default you fall will to be do taken so, judgment against you by Flagler Beach $3,500; 2 lots
for the relief demanded In the on Central Ave., $3,000; 2 lots Fresh CrispLETTUCE

Complaint.Done and ordered this 28 day on Daytona Ave., $2,500. Barker Head Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
of & Wilson, Inc., Realtors &: 19C
By GEORGE Janice: M Murray MOODY Clerk Auctioneers, Tribune BIdg.,
Deputy Clerk. Aur 31. 4to Bunnell. Phone 437-3282.



H. CRAIG Funeral Director STORE


'"HIT III' Phone 437-3227
Pho e ID 7-3632 U.S. No. 1 BUNNELL
8:00 aIn1:00 p.m.

3M E. MOODY BLVD. BBNNELL. FLORIDA Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Sept. 21, 22, 23, 24, and 25,1967m


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IN GREAT SALT LAKE Cricket, rugby, and tennisare almost continual: strife In the An adult elephant can eat XBUBS SEPTEMBER 21. 1967

Though swimmers literally popular sports ,'not onlyIn Cooks find release In the 94 pounds of food a day.
cannot sink In the Great Salt England but In the Cook hotly contested games. Other animal gluttons Include -
Lake, they risk choking In Islands of the South Pacific, the hippopotamus (49 Social Security
water that Is eight times the National Geographic says. Massachusetts has more pounds), the milking cow: (45 I
saltier than the ocean, the Tensions that build up In Insular than 23,000 acres of public pounds), and the camel (38
National Geographic says. life once vented In lands for hunting. pounds). NEWSQ.

My husband receives disability -

,benefits. We have
three children all under 18
who receive benefits. 1 ''am

," [ l thinking about going to work.
: Li4 Would my earnings affect the
' Dramatic !. amount my husband receives?
1'I 1 1.1 ,A A. No. Your earnings would

'I, Distinctive <;" :,' :.' .. only count: against your bene.

'" \ .' ,.,:::J .. fitQ.
Daringly new I work all year and make
', $500 a month. I have a neighbor .
who makes $6,000 'a year.
0' *. .
./ ,# .t "'IfN lie only works August through
.Wf' f ..
..... November. The other monthshe
i.J' ...;.\..,I receives his social security
'1 'N,, check. We both make .the
same amount'' each year, yet

,tJ .. he 'receives his checks for' 8
.. months. Why is this?
.1 .of.....
.. ChevYII Nova A. Regardless of a person's
total yearly earnings, he can
'' '
!, receive a, social security check
for any month he ,does not
'; S.- earn over $125 in wages"and
is not active In self employ .

Q. My husband is past re
Corvette Sting Ray tirement age and gets a

., ..., .... monthly social security'check.
---a Camaro-"The Hugger" ; We have one child now age
';;;1' and I each
'. 17% and she geta
,;., I r.Alt monthly social security
; :., check. When my child reaches
: I :- age 18, ''she plans to go on to

..,, '{. school. Will both my daughter -
.., .' and I receive our social

A1'1.I'PI security checks as long as she. .
: .,' vs> Is in school?
Chevelle t
'., A.. No. Your' daughter can
continue to receive her social
security chec after age 18 .
(:Y'. ," and up to age, 22 as long as
\ she is, unmarried ia full-time

.. ; '. student, and not earning over .
$15()() pet; year? however, your
social security check will '
terminate when your child
reaches 18 unless you are ,
{ ag& 62 or older. Three month
before: you are age 62 you a
Er should get In touch with your '
social security office. They
will assist you in applyingfor
benefits.Q. .

.lit Chevrolet Impala In figuring the $1500

limitation, does social security
'68s consider my gross or net"
: Top Secrets are here wages? '

A. Your gross wages, that ",
: is your salary before taxes,
not your take home pay.
1968 ChevroletsThe
Q. I have heard that once

you reach a certain age, you *
can earn as much as you

1968 Chevrolets are the very 250-hp V8 you can order that runs on master cylinder brake system with want and still get social
essence of modem design.Every line, regular fuel. Many new engine components warning light, plus many more new security. Is this true?
every curve I li In close harmony. It's a Increase dependability and features.Among them:energy absorb
A. Yes when
4'. smooth, uncluttered look with roof keep your new Chevrolet sale ing front seat backs, and safety arm a person
reaches 72, he will receivehis
lines compatible with body lines, stronger. There's a new rear rests that shield the door handles. age
grilles and bumpers that blend grace ratio you can add for greater econ ,. social security benefits '
long,rounded fenders.Clean, omy. On most engines equipped with MUCH MORE THAT'S NEW regardless of what his earn,
flowing, beautiful In their simplicity, automatic transmissions, there's'a There are new roof lines,some formal Ings are.
these 68 Chevrolets are rich and advanced special heater for the carburetor and graceful,others sporty and quick f If have further
In styling beyond any you've which gives you more efficient performance There are new Instrument panels, questions you be sure any ito contact
ever seen. In cold weather. And with richly designed and all controls within I I
A MORE SILENT RIDE every engine, you get the new GM easy reach There are new Interiors,' the local social security of.
face 115 N. Ave.
at Ridgewood
exhaust emission control new vinyls, new fabrics, new colors/
And for 1968, we've gone to every There are models with Hide-A-Way, nue, Daytona Beach, Florida..
-S length to give you more peace anCtquiet : UNIQUE ASTRO VENTILATION windshield wipers and headlights that
Inside. The most sophisticated There's whole disappear behind grilles. There are' KIM KNIGHT
a new Idea In ventilation
have been used to
computers called ,i new side marker lamps,new recessed '
Astro Ventilation, for Ca. CELEBRATES NINTH
mounts and
place body success 'r
taillights. There's even a new Ignition
corvette and
maro, the elegant Caprice
Isolate noise and vibration.
alarm buzzer that reminds BIRTHDAYKim '
not to
Coups' It's also available on you
Shock absorbers have been Improved.The .
walk and leave In the
many other models. By opening two away your keys
wheel stance on many models Is car. Knight, daughter of ,
wider for greater smoothness. Ex. new vent-ports on the Instrument 53 J: Mr. and Mrs. don Knight, .
haust systems have been redesignedto panel, you bring In outside air that These are the newest,the most differ. '
make them whisper-quiet. Even the can be directed where you want It. ent, the most dramatically changed celebrated her ninth birthday .
clocks tick more softly.A sound car Is This way,you can leave your windows Chevrolets ever. And they:re at your anniversary Saturday aft r- :
J'. a silent carThe'63 Chevrolets are the rolled up and add still more to your Chevrolet dealer's now. You'll thoroughly noon with a theatre party In
most silent,highest quality cars we've peace and quiet.PROVED enjoy slipping behind the Daytona Beach.
ever built. SAFETY FEATURESYou wheel, experiencIng the smooth new, After attending a movie the .
j and library-quiet ride and,' group returned to the Knight '
Iii get the proved GM-doveloped more than anything, seeing and feel-' home, West Moody Blvd., for
I There are new engines, a bigger energy absorbing steering column, Ing the even greater quality built Into'' refreshments of cake and I lee'"
standard Six and V8. There's a new folding front seat back latches, dual every new Chevrolet for 19w. --. "., cream. .

Be smart! .'. sure!"Buy' now at your Chevrolet courier's with Enjoying the honoree the were celebration Robin '

Hftrdtn, Daphne Rodgers,
... Tammy and Melissa Robertson .
and Joni and Leta Knight .
There's c i bWltftioCitwi's1i(
uul ererbeklrewarYtNw I/i IftMltt r bt i
' :: ,. .. MARX

Only three miles Mpar4. ,
j the United States from ......
,On Alaska' Little Diomwte

HALL-TUMLIII CHEVROLET COMPANY Island in the Bering SftmH, a '
picture of Abraham Ltneofo .;
adorns the schoolhouse; .lg
I 200 S. STATE PHONE 437-3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDA Dionwde' schooHiou dIt-
play a portrait of Karl Marx.

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FLAGL1R: TRIBUNE THURS.. SEPTEMBER 21. 196'1 r. Pr'.r.R "F."f''i WOMAN'i

Residents InvitedTo BHS CLASS OF '47 Flagler Woman's Clut held
their first meeting of the sea
TO HAVE REUNION son Wednesday afternoon at .

Boys RanchCelebration FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6 the clubhouse on Central Ave.,.. .
Flagler Beach.
The Bunnell High School
Plans were completed for: a
Class of 1947 will have a class covered dish luucheon Septem

reunion Friday, October 6. ber 27 at 12:30 at the club-
Sheriff P. A. EJmonson( has The group will meet to attend Mr .and Mrs. Pete Peterson, P. A. (Zip) and Frances Ed. house. Mrs. Newell B. Davis,

extended a personal Invitationtp the school's 1967 homecoming Flagler Beach, have as their monson spent the weekend in District Director of Florida
: the people of Flagler County activities. houseguests her mother, Mrs.A. Tallahassee with !their son
O. McCook of Bradentonand and in law Federation of Womens Clubs,
attend the Tenth Anniversary '47 daghter Flynn and
to Members of the grad.
will speak on "What It MeansTo
Celebration at Florida Mrs. Peterson's aunt, Mrs. Rabeth Edmonson.Mr. .
class were Benny
Be a Member of the's
Bessie McCook of Jacksonville.Dr. .
Boys Ranch, Sunday, October Black, Odell Strickland Clegg, Club".
1. Barbara Morris Cody, Marvin and Mrs. BIgelow pf
and Mrs. Reddin Britt Connecticut have arrived at Mrs. Frank Brede, Birthday
The Boys Ranch Is locatedon Gresham, Kenneth Harris,
of St. Augustine were dinner Flagler Beach to spend the Calendar chairman, announced -
the Suwanee River, 11 Paulette Carillet Harris, Lois .
of Lewis and winter 'work had begun on preparing
guests Angela months at the Charon
miles north of Live Oak, Florida Hoffman, Lula Mae Bradley the 1968 calendar. Anyone
Wadsworth Sunday evening. Apartments.Mrs. .
and the celebration will Hoffman, Ruby Dunson Ja- wishing to have their
start at 12:30 p. m. with a rosz, Ray Allen McDougal,
Joan Hoffman Johnnie Eddie and Babe.Irwin visit. Kathryn Mee, who recently name placed on the calendar
free barbecue.At Pepper,
who is not contacted before
ed in Ocala last week with underwent eye surgery
1:30 p. m. there will be Mae Sheffield Roughton, October 20 is asked to call
Owen and Margaret Shelton at Halifax Hospital in Daytona -
ceremonies dedicating the dolph Smlgielskl, Joyce Kelly Mrs. Charles Sindelar at 439-
and children. Beach, has returned to
Townsend and Nina Vinson.
newest addition to the Ranch
Flagler Beach where she Is a
facilities $35,000 fire station visitor. was announced the Distract

and automotive repair UDC PRESENTS Mrs. Clarence June of Brad Six meeting of FFWC will

shop built with funds donatedby SERVICE PIN enton was a recent visitor at Buddy and Shirley Chambers be October 17 In Eau Gallje.

the Florida State Firemen'sAsociatlon. TO MRS. KNIGHT the home of Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend in Members wishing to attend
U. S.
CongressmanDon Vernon Raymond, Flagler Jacksonville guests of Fred may make reservations by
Fuqua, of Altha, a Boys Mrs. Leona Knight was presented Beach. Other visitors at the and Jean Chambers and fam contacting Mrs. Jasper White.
Ranch Trustee, will presentthe a past president's Raymond home were Mrs ily.

dedication address. service pin at the United John Powley and Mrs. Grace FLAGLER BEACH WSCS

The Boys Ranch is support. Daughters of the Confederacy Walsh of Ormond Beach. Zach Holland and W. W. LUNCHEON MEETINGA

ed entirely by public contri meeting Thursday afternoonat Deen, Sr., directors of the program "How Do You
butions. It was founded in the home of Mrs. Floyd Mrs. Veronica Marcinkowski Florida Potato Council, attended View T. V." was presented by

1957 and has a current en Tlngley, Railroad Ave., Bun- left Friday via plane for Mass. a meeting of the Councilin Mrs. Lester Stanton and Mrs.

rollment of 100 needy and nell. Mrs. Knight served two achussetts where she was Orlando Monday, Sept. 11. Oscar Meiss at the luncheon-
worthy boys. It is not a "re terms as president of the local called due to the serious 111 meeting of the Flagler Beach
form school" or correctional chapter. of her mother.Mr. Mrs. Marion
ness Dee of Brock. WSCS Thursday at the homeof
institution-just a good home Mrs H.T.. Cook, president, (ton, Mass, visited here recently Mrs. Robert Henderson,
for good boys who have had presided during the first business and Mrs. Hayward Lampof with Angus Reynolds, Sr. Flagler Beach. The program
bad breaks in life.
some meeting of the season. Parkersburg, W. Va. were and Major A. S. Reynolds, Jr. outlined Methodist Television
In 10 years the Ranch has "Confederate Poetry" was overnight guests of Mr. and Evaluation Month which will

grown from a "wild idea" to the topic of the program presented Mrs. Averley Brown Tuesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencerof be observed nationwide in

a natioally famous institution by Mrs. H. H. Murray, Lamp is Mr Brown's sis Logan, W. Va. were guestsof October.

with facilities valued at well program chairman. ter. Other recent, visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nipper Co-hostess for the meetingwas

over $1,000,000. Members discussed plansfor the Brown home were his sister last week.FRIENDLY Mrs. William Chimpky.

Sheriff Edmonson is proudof the UDC State Conventionin and brother in law, Mr. Officers for the ensuing year

its success and would like Clearwater October 1013. and Mrs. Robert Warren of CIRCLE were presented by Mrs. William .

the residents of this ,county., Local delegates planning, to Seth, W. Va. MEETS TONIGHT 8 P. M. GIvens.

I especially those who are supporting attend are Mrs. Leona Knight, I Mrs. Keith Lovell gave the
I the Ranch to see what Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Jr. and BACK TO COLLEGE The Friendly Circle of the devotional.

has been accomplished. Mrs. H. T. Cook.It Carol Fryman, daughter of Bunnell Methodist Church will There were seventeen: members

was announced the Na Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fryman, meet tonight at 8 p. m. at the and four guests present.
PTA MEETING SET church. Hostesses will
tional UDC convention will be Bunnell, left Tuesday for Jacksonville be Mrs.
Jeff Seale and Mrs.
FOR SEPTEMBER 28 in Hot Springs, Arkansas In after several days McDaniel.All Martin BOY SCOUTS TO
November.The visit here with her parents. CONDUCT DRIVE
Parent Teachers Association hostess served delicious Carol is members are remindedto
attending attend. The Troop Committee of the
president Mrs. R. F. McDaniel refreshments of pie and cof Business College in. Jackson Boy Scout Troop Number 472
met with !the executive com fee to Mrs. Mrs. Murray ville.
sponsored the
by Bunnell
mittee of, the association Sept GARDEN CLUB TO -
Mrs. Cook, Lady Allen, 9 Methodist Church will conducta
12 to formulate 'plans for the Mrs. R. W. Deen, Jr., Mrs. M. STUDENTS LEAVE RESUME MEETINGS --- drive for funds to defray
first meeting of the school B. Fuller Mrs. Z. Holland
D. costs the
on Council
and District
year. The meeting will be Mrs. Eugene Knight, Mrs. C. FOR COLLEGE The Federated Garden Clubof level.

Thursday, Sept. 28 at 7:30: p. H. Cowart, Mrs. J. O. Craig Flagler Beach will hold Its
m. in the school cafeteria.The and associate member Mrs.Z. Flagler County students first meeting of the year at The cost on the Council and
leaving last weekend for Tall the home of Mrs. Charles McCabe District levels for each member
following committee G. Holland, Jr. -
ahassee where they are enrolled a troup Is approximately
chairmen will serve the 1967- The October meeting will be 2205 South Daytona
at Florida State University Ave. $10. Therefore, for the troop
68 school year: Programs, JohnA. at the home of Mrs. Knight, Flagler Beach, Tuesday, to carry its fair share of this
were Heidi Eisenbach October
3 at 1:30
Clegg; devotional, Rev. Lambert Avenue, Bunnell. p. m. Mrs.
Shelton Brooks; tickets, T A. Buzzy McKnight, and Vicki Marie Brede is in charge of support need troop committeewill
to raise
$230. Jeff
King. the
Jones; consession, Mrs. Dave SHRINERS HAVE program. Seale is the Scoutmaster for
Perryman; consession aSsist. Brenda Murray left Saturday Mrs. McCabe, president will
troop and other membersof
ants Mrs. Bernie Wilson and DINNER MEETING via plane for Mt. Berry,' conduct the business meeting. the Troop Committee are

Mrs. Eugene<< Bowers; hospital. About twenty-five attendedthe Ga. where she will attend Berry Charles Creal, T. A. Jones,
ity Mrs. Don Jordan and Mrs. ESPANOLA NEIGHBORS
Flagler County Shrine College. Willard Tucker and Reverend
Victor Cowart; membership, Club dinner.. neettng' Thurs ENTERTAINEDMrs. Oliver Taylor.Weldon.
Mrs. Mike Steflik and publicly, day at Malphurs Restaurant. FOURTH ANNUAL
Mrs. Gordon Buckles.ParentTeacher President Levi Brannam pre. Jewel Edwards entertained
objectivesare sided. FAMILY the Espanola Neigh.
& Co.
bors Club
: Club members voted unanimously REUNION OCT. lit Wednesday morningat
To promote the welfare of !to present a llftlme her home, Old Haw Creek TREE SURGEONSTREES

children and youth in home, membership to Shriner Henry The Jetty Lodge at Fort Road, Bunnell. Trimmed.
school, church and communi Wells. Clinch State Park Fernandina The hostess served temptingcake :

Nell Home, IndependentLife Beach, Florida will be the and coffee to Mrs. Mabel Removed
ty.To raise the standards of Insurance representativewas site of the fourth annual re Emery, Mrs. Harold Emery, Phone 328.3563 Free

home life. welcomed as a new memo union of the Deen Family on Mrs. G. W. Strickland, Mrs. Night or Day EstimatesCall

To secure adequate laws for Sunday, October 1st. William Patrick, Mrs. John Collect
the care and protection of I ber.President Brannam reported 'Though scattered across the Seay, Mrs. Etta Hunter, Mrs. P. O. Box 382

children and youth.To the Scottish Rite Class will nation, scores will gather for Bern Hirschi, Mrs. Claude San Mateo. Florida j

bring into closer relation! be conducted in Jacksonville another day of visiting, pic- Barrow and Mrs. Eatman.

the home and the school, that September 2830. nlclng and bringing the family .
parents and teachers may cooperate Zach Holland reported on genealogy up to date.

intelligently in the the ceremonial in Lake City Mrs. Z. G. Holjand} Jr. of .
training of the child. which several of the local Bunnell, Florida, family gene

To develop between educators members attended.It alogist, has a printed recordof
and the general 'public was announced the group over 100 descendants of Nathan FRESH FLOWER

such united efforts as will secure will meet at the home of Mr. Deen, Patriarch of this
for every child the highest and Mrs. P. A. Edmonson In large clan. This genealogycovers

advantages in physical, November for a Steak Dinner. nine generations and is VASE ARRANGEMENTS
mental, social and spiritual Next meeting date of the kept currct. A unique family

education.It Club is Thursday, October 12. tree is on the wall
was announced PTA memo They will meet at Malphurs each year,n lung one signs

berships will be available at Restaurant at 7:30: p. m.,,according under his line of descent. J
the first meeting, before and to''John Rice, Secre- Registration will begin at HOSPITAL :

after the business session. tary. .
10 a. m. and a picnic lunch ,
will be spread at 12:30: noon.

A business meeting will be -,.::. CHURCH j
conducted by the President;

NOTICEOCCUPATIONAL W. W. Deen, Sr., of Bunnell, at

2 p. m., to ''be followed by a HOME '

LICENSES WILL BE DUE program on the Deen Herald. .' .



MUST BE PAID ON OR BEFORE NOVEMBER In loving memory of our beloved .

husband, fatter and
1 1967. Phone 437.3348FREE
others three
years have pasad
CITY OF BUNNELL today and we will always

Nancy C. Rodgers, City, Clerk rates you.The Family of

Dewey D. Moody '


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ELECTS OFFICERSDot Mr. and Mrs Don, Jordan, ; ,
Bunnell, are the proud par- ; Quantity Rights
Elliott, Ormond, was ents of a son born' Sunday, ; WE GIVE Reserved

elected president of the Ocean Sept. 17 at 9:25 p."m. at HalIfax METT **.

Palm Country Club Womens Hospital In Daytona I
Beach.He TOP Prices Good
Golf Association at an organizational
weighed seven poundsand ,., Thurs., Fri., Sat.,

morning. meeting Other officers Wednesday elected has six been ounces named at John birth Airy and and Monday, '

were Dot Read, Flagler Matthew Jordan. STAMi SUPER MARKET Sept. 21, 22, 23

Beach vice president and and( 25, 1967

Mildred Rockett, Flagler LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. t Phone 437-3201 '

Beach, secretary treasurer. .
The women, golfers voted ,to JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN FLORIDA GRADE "A"FRYERS .
charge a $5.00 fee for mem FLORIDA AND FOR FLAGLEIl COUNTY.

bership. The association has CIVIL ACTION NO. 224
twelve members and applies- JOYCE r. WILLIAMSON Lb
(dons are still being received. Plaintiff. 2SP '

The group will meet Tuesday JOE WILLIAMSON, ''
morning Sept. 19 at 9:30 Defendant. W'Whole
in the clubhouse. All in ANSWERIN .
terested.persons ate Invited to THE NAME OF THE STATEOF '.''.' I

You are hereby notified that a
ELECT OFFICERSThe suit has been brought againstyou Tender Select Lean Delicious .
In the Circuit Court Seventh -

recently formed Mens Flagler Judicial County Circuit.Florida In and, for by BEEF LIVER lb. 490 PORK STEAKS lb. 590
Ocean Palm Golf Assn. met JOYCE I. WILLIAMSON Plain
6 at the tiff and you are hereby required
Wednesday, Sept.
or by at
clubhouse and elected the rJy.ftllttertshagfer of said DELICIOUS (BOSTON BUTT)

following officers: Rem Murray Court to your Complaint Answer In or said defensesto suit,
Bunnell, president; Russ on before the 20th day of
vice October,' A. D. 1967 and also to
Elliott, Ormond, presi
serve a copy of your Answer or
dent and Nail Abraham,Flag* defenses upon (Messrs. Ossinskyand Pork Roast 59u.

ler Beach, secretary.treasurer. tiff, Krol at their Attorneys offices at for 411 Plain.Main Lb.

The group will approve and Street Daytona Beach Florida
on or before the' 20th day of Oc.geIrll
adopt a resolution and by. : D. 1967. as required by
Jaws at their next regular Rules of Civil Procedure
and herein fall hot or a
October 4 7:00 S. Choice Delicious Tender .
meeting< at ; default will be entered againstyou. '
p.m. the You name are of further the Court notified In which that RIB STEAK lb. 890 CUBE STEAK lb. 89*<<

ADS FOR ANNUAL SOLD said suit has been' Instituted Is
the Circuit Court Seventh Judi-
cial Circuit of Florida, In and World's Best Lean'(Homemade) Pan
Bunnell High School seniors ,
For Flagler County and thai the
worked all day Monday soliciting title of said suit is as herein- Ground lb. lb.
advertisements for their above You set are forth further notified' that BEEF Z 99$ SAUSAGE 2 990r .

1968 year book. The students the nature of said suit is a suit J
for divorce and permanent care,
went In groups to Daytona custody and control of the minor
Beach, Palatka, Hastings St children. FLO-CANE
WITNESS hand and official
Augustine, Flagler Beach and seal at Bunnell my, Flagler County -
Bunnell. Florida this 14 day of September -
A. D. 1967. 5 Lb.
as Clerk of the Circuit SUGAR 45'
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Court Florida of Flagler County, :; Bag

REQtEST FOR BIDS (Seal)By Janice Murray
Sealed bids will be received In Deputy Clerk
the office of the Clerk of theCity
of Bunnell. Florida In the Attorneys for Plaintiff Limit (1), with purchase of $5.000r more food order
Civic Center Building, until <:00 411 Main Street '
p.,m. on the 2nd day of October, Daytona Beach Florida SHURFINE Tall
( )
A. I). 1967.Reinforced for approximately 510 Sept. 21. 28, Oct..6,, 12, 4tc _,
feet-SO"' Tonguerand "

Groove Alternate Concrete bids will received LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
for approximately 510 feet 80"

Reinforced fined ASTM All O-RIng C-76.66.T Pipe Concrete hail Rubber Clan Pipe conform Gaiket.III w/Con-Prices to exclude Sealed INVITATION of the proposals materials electrical TO for and wiring the BID labor furnishing on CAN MILK'-I $ 9 7'

quoted tobe f. o. b.
a complete air conditioning system -
FlorldLThe City CommlMltnera reserve Flagler for the Beach dining room ElementarySchool of the Limit'(7) cans with purchase of $5.00 or more food order
the right to reject any and Cafetorlum, Flagler .
all bids and to accept the bid Beach, Florida. FLORIDA GRADE "A"
will be for
that in Its judgment
Bids will be received at the'
Interest of the City
the best of
office of the Superintendent
Bunnell. Public Instruction on October 6,
Witness my hand and official 1967 by 4:80 p.m.
teal this 19th day of September, For specifications contract Mr.
A D. 1967. William E. Fennell, Jr., Principal MED. EGGS 3 Doz. $1
SShelton B. Barber. Mayor ,Flagler Beach Elementary
City of Bunnell Florida School, between the hours of
ATTEST: 8:00: a.m.. and 3:30: pm. Monday
C. Rodgers, City Clerk
SNancy through Friday.
Sept. n, 28, Ito Board of
The Flagler County
Public Instruction reserve the Limit ((3)) Doz. Please
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE right to reject any or all bids, KRAFT
and also to waive any irregularities *
in the bidding.'
All bids shall be completely' .
Pursuant to provisions of Flor- sealed and marked "Sealed Bid
ida Statutes, notice Is hereby for the Air Conditioning Systemfor nil 32 Oz.
given that public meeting will the Flagler Beach Elementary
Be held by the East Flagler doof School Cafetorlum," mailed or 4 7
quito Control District Thursday. delivered to: PURPOSE U I L Btl.
September Commissioners 28th., 1967 on Highway 5:10 AlA ixm. Superintendent Mr. Coy G. Harris of ,Public Jr.
at the office on Instruction
for the purpose of discussing the
ending tentative September Budget for 30, 196S.Lyman fiscal. year Flagler Flagler County County Courthouse Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order .
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Glamour Safety Makes A-Frame Runcij Rev. Olive< F. Taylor. Pastor

Too Late a .
I Bunnell Methodist Church

For Beach HouseThe NEWS
Popular Design To Classify CONSIDER YOUR WAYSI

A-frame a modern- duty as decor, there is. little once asked a man why he

Ized streamlined version of need for finishing materials HT RttlMll Kay FIRST METHODIST did a certain (thing in a peculiar

the ancient Indian tepee is other than the shingles on the BUNNELL way. His answer was this,

one of the most popular de. exterior. Most folks looking forwardto ROT. Oliver Taylor. Pastor I don't know why, but 1 Just

signs for vacation homes. The A-frame is simple, economical retirement chair, a shawl envision to keep a rockIng the- Sunday Worship School Service, ,9:45 11:00 a.a.m.m. always do this thing this

Outer walls and roof are and extremely dra chill from (their shoulders, a Methodist Youth Fellowship way." The life of an individual

one and the same. Diagonally matic.. One or more Stories comfortable davenport for 6:30 p. m. can be evaluated by the

erected lumber beams con. may be provided as the family afternoon naps, a set of golf 2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. way In which the individual
verge on the roof apex undera requires. The A-frame uti an clubs and a good supply of I. Lambert Street. does the various and sundry
Ideal medium for Jointly
sweeping canopy of wood fishing tackle.
lizing the strength, and beautyof things, that make up :the In
roof decking. Beams and When they enter the enchanted ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL?
decking; can be beautifully pre-shrunk Southern Pine realm of senior citizens dividual's response to life.
The Rov. Robert Stuart.
finished and exposed to decorate lumber. ,they plan to take things ,
Bible is book which
The a
the interior. Since the Occasionally, the, A-frame easy and enjoy life to the Priest in Charge definite and

structural lumber does double is utilized in combination full.1 'It it a 'grand ,and glorious Church, School 10:00 asa. strengthening depicts a of relations change betweeji .

with another structural system dream but pure unadulterated Sunday.
God and man. As the
EXEMPT HUNTERS DO NOT !the wood pole-frame fantasy. They Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.. Individual grows spirituallythe

which incidentally is, the confuse retirement with a Communion first Sunday of Individual has better 'andmore

NEED ARCHERY PERMITS most widely used method,for brief vacation and the disillusionment each month. positive- ways to relating

farm buildings. can be painful. Three miles east of Bunnell
Sportsmen who are exempt '" ones self to God and life It.
the A- There is nothing more boring .
from purchase of hunting With this approach, highway 100. self.
than to have nothing to
at the
licenses are also, appears
pur'clase'o" archery exempt ., extremities .of poles or ",timbers do andw tryIng to figure out BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST What wo do and how we respond
{ permlits.The soil ,ifcido. ,It to life is to
archery permit' and a .directly imbedded, il} ways Charles D. Anders Pastor important
regular hunting license or sand. Poles or timbers are Smart men know this and God. God is always keepingman
required of all hunters are pressure treated with chemU 1, 'plait'' accordingly. Without 'an Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday in a constant relation

children except cal preservatives for immunity ? interest in life, a goal to School. ship 'to Himself. Therefore,
the of 15 t/,
age : "achieve to solveI 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship minor actions of
to insect attack andV a problem even man are
and residents 65 of
or owlto hunt years during age the the elements. C'TL{ ,i "and a reason for living" they 7:00 p.m. Training Union. Important. "Thus saith the

statewide According to the Southern' would be- lost. 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship.Wed. Lord of hosts; Consider your
archery ; .
urlng'miinaged. archery season or. Pine Association, the A-framq? When Lysle: E. Pritchard, .: 7:30 p.m., Prayer ways.. Haggai 1:7.

former, president of the American Service.
hunts on wildlife pole-frame ,combination, Is.
menit areas. manage. especially ,desirable at ocean- Chicle Company, began Nursery, all services. MARCHMAN: TO
2 Blocks East of stoplight,
thinking of retirement he
The statewide archery sea shore or gulfshore locales not Moody Boulevard. SPEAK AT, BAPTIST,
started making plans. He
only for its simplicity and
opened September 16 and
wanted to beconie a rancher '
continues ( beauty but also as a precaution MENS DINNER
,! ,through October 1. against hurricanes. and raise pure bred cattle. BUNNELL

LARGEST' With the poleframefoundation Locating a desirable property PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Rev. Hal Marchman, Pastorof
U. S. CITY it Central Baptist Church
Lutz he ,
the base of the A-frame oiear purchased R r. John Lingold. Pastor
The distinction of being the house is, elevated well aboveground and while continuing his executive Sunday School, 10:00: a. m. Daytona Beach, is the scheduled

largess .United States ,city In :or beach level. Aft a duties in New York, Worship Service, 11:00 a. m speaker at the Mens Fellowship

+lareaMs claimed by Oklahoma result, the house Is-spared-the: began developing the ranchof Life Liners Service, 6:30p. : dinner at First Bap-
his dreams. tist Church, Bunnell, Monday
City. Followingsome! 30Q an direr: ; impact, of. hurricane- m.
Entering field entirely evening, Sept. 25. There will
nexation"ordinances a
in recent spawned tidal waves which Evening Evangelistic Servo
the foreign to all his,"previous experience be a steak fry on the Church
years, Oklahoma capital may pass harmlessly beneaththe ice, 7:30 p. m.Deen .
with no real knowledge grounds at 7:00 P. M. All men
covers about 631 square miles. dwelling.' Road. ,
of the Church Invited.
of the cattle businesshe are

made mistakes so fast it Those planning to attend are
I wasn't funny. Advisers led THE METHODIST CHURCH asked to bring their own

him astray; sharpers gypped Flagler Beach steak. Other food and refresh

::1| SAVE- BY- MAttiI ] him and he wound up with Reynold Nelson Hoover ments will be furnished.

what he termed the "choicest Sunday School 9:45: a. m.

collection of trash cattle to 11 -
Morning Worship ,a. m. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
EARN be found anywhere In ,the Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45:
S country." iv TilE CIRCUIT COURT: OF
i ABOVE AVERAGE : Drawing on his long experience Club meets the first CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IV
as a top flight executiveand Monday of each month at AND FOR FLAGLER COl'TV-

f' in RETURNS successful business man, 7:30 p. m.Woman's. TY CASE FLORIDA No. 213CIVIL

he began to think things out Society of Chris. ACTION

We Pay Postage Both Ways for himself. First he had to tlon Service the 2nd Thurs. SARA N.Plaintiff MELTON

learn all he could about the 9:30
day, : a. m. W.s. '
TOMMY MELTON, It*(U>if Mmf iMimi.IMI AiMchfhM h Hb MfM cattle business and he had South Daytona Avenue. Defendant.
to learn it well. Then he had NOTICB: OF SUIT-VO PROP.

eF .. to apply sound business principles FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TO: TOMMY W ERTV MELTON, whose
ito the problem and residence is 2409 E. Main St.,
Flagler Beach Durham North Carolina.
come up with some Intelligent
constructive answers. that an action for divorce
School 9:45. has been filed against you TOM-
Although, supposedly / retired Sunday : :
MY W. MELTON and you are required -
i MAIN OFFICl, he soon found .t that/he; Morning Worship: 11:00. to serve a copy of your

Do.aow.270 N. Daytons St.I was up to his ears in, ,.;a1 sharp Evening Worship: 7:30. the written plaintiff's defenses attorney, If any ,to whose It, on

ly competitive busInessTthat Wednesday Prayer Meeting: name and address Is
{1' RANCH OFFICE "Htort 01 Holly Htir US. *1 at 6th Sh.. ARTHUR M. OSSINSKY of .
matched he
anything had
ever 7:30.On
had to meet In his past ex the corner of Third and 600 N. Oleander Avenue

perience. But it was fun forte Central. Daytona Beach. Florida
and file the original with the
greatest joy a man can clerk of the above styled courton
have is meeting a problem CATHOLIC CHURCHESRev. or before October 7. 1987.:
otherwise a Judgement may be
head-on and licking it. Fr. Anthony Leon. Pastor entered against you for the relief -
Pritchard contends that demanded In the complaintor
ST. MARY'S. KORONA petition.
there isn't a problem that WITNESS my hand and the
Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m. eat of said Court
cannot be solved if on September
It you study Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., 6, 1967.
from every angle and like GEORGE M. MOODY,
and Friday at 8:30: a.m.
working a Jig-saw puzzle Clerk Circuit Court
(Court Seal
make the pieces fit to arriveat By Janice Murray
j SEE P a practical answer. Sunday Mass: 9:00: a.m. As Deputy Clerk

.. After fooling around with Weekday Masses: Tues. and Sept 7-14-21-28-4tc

what he termed "trash" Thurs. at 8:30 a.m.

Pritchard settled on Charolais ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL WE MAKE ,

IT yI as the most promising breed. Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m. OUR OWN PAINTBuy

Experience had taught him Weekday Mass: Saturday at Direct-Save-Why
that to get anywhere hadto
you 8:30 a.m.COMMUNITY. Pay More
I have the best of breeding
if stock and then figure out howto MEMORIAL GALLONSLATEX

breed, feed and care for CHURCH 3 $5 ,

your animals, and operate Interior-Exterior
your ranch as efficiently and Flagler Beach Gallons S rG9

1 economically as possible. Rev. R. W. Dickert Pastor Li Outside White ;JII

Acquiring two of the finest Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. OIL BASE FOR WOOD

bulls available, Amigo and Worship Service, 11 a. m. Yeomans Nationwide
LCR Sir Sam, 81st winner of Communion every first Sun.

the Triple crown, (Kansas day of each quarter. Paint Factory
4?* '0. L.; S. 1-Hand A...
City, Chicago
America the Beautiful... and Denver) together Daytona Avenue, South of Ormond Dock U to Bi30
with a fine herd of School.

i Is Everybody's Job the best cows he soon builtan

.- 'Itjs: tho job of every family that spreads a picnic on Q.Jt ,' Meadow enviable Land reputation for his
Ranch at Lutzas
:'roWkide table.
It's the job of every boatman who cruises tho home of "Charolais of
lakes and waterways. Distinction". Cattle breedersare

Every driver, every walker, every flier. welcome every day except ROBERT L. HANNAH'FUNERAL

That s why our Association throws its wholehearted Sunday and you will find the

support each year into, the KWp AmericaJ&autiful trip well worth while. HOMES

... campaign. Dedicated to dignity, service and economy. Lowest ot

I'. THAILAND BIGGEST RICE by far in the entire area on any service of your ....
Lovely country we have fwr tef''* twp It that way. EXPORTER
@ IN S.E. AHA We invite your comparison. Serving all faith

t I 1)t0016X?> 273, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA The southeast Asian nation U. S. HOLLY HILL-DAYTONA MACK
: of Thailand exports more rice
than other CALL WZ 711 TOLL FME
any country, says
the National Geographic.

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DATA DR., J.CANAKARIS" ,' \ During First Six Months Of 1967The Zinnia Violet Annie, owned

Happy birthday this week ELECTED .;' 4. by John J. Johnston, III1 ark
to: FBI's Uniform Crime 1."--c?" *"0 Td over In value, Jersey Farms, Inc. Klsslm-

TODAY Joan Arnold. NATIONAL ASSN. Reports"disclose crime in the and auto theft rose 17 per mee, has made the Jersey
United ,tates rose 17 percent cent as a group with auto "Hall of Fame. .
FRIDAY Evelyn Purvis, Dr. John M. Canakarls, Bun-
during the fiat six monthsof theft up -percent, burglary She finished an All-Time
Kenneth Lucy Robson, Karen. Taylor, nell General Hospital, Bacher 1967 when compared to the 18 percent and larceny 16 per- High Registered Jersey Milk
Street, Bunnell, has been re- corresponding period In 1966 cent. Record by producing 20,300

Marge Glv- elected to active membershipIn according to figures releasedby According to the FBI Direc pounds of milk, 4.7% test, and
ens, Inky Givens, W. R. Welling
Bertha the, American Academy of Attorney General Ramsey tor, all cities when groupedby 960 pounds of ,butterfat In 365
Bordnert,Nancy F.
Combs. General Practice, the national Clark. population size ,recorded days on twice dally milking.In .
association of family doctors. In making these figures increases. The large cities with her first 305 days of the
MONDAY Bill Andrews, available, FBI Director J. Edgar -
Re-election signifies that 100,000 or more inhabitants as lactation, she produced 17,700
Mary Katherine Watson, Nor-
Dr. Canakaris has successfully Hoover stated that crime a group reported an average pounds of milk and 828
bert Hahn Kathryn H. Anderson
completed 150 'hours of accredited reports submitted voluntarilyby 18 percent increase. The sub. pounds of butterfat, accordingto
May Hendren.
postgraduate medical law enforcement agencies urban areas also reported an C. W. Reaves,
TUESDAY Carol Shill, throughout the'country disclose crime
Maria Janicki, Penny Savoia. study in the last three years. 18 percent rise while dairyman, Florida ExtenSlofj
violent crimes Increased
The Academy, the country's In the rural areas was up 15 tura Extension
18 percent as a Individually
second largest national medical group. percent.Mr. The cow made her top
association, is the only these crimes showed Hoover said the upward record following calving at 10
Increases of 30 in rob.
HASTINGS MATTRESS medical group that requires, percent crime 20 In murder
bery, percent ,
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS members to ,keep up with ,throughout the geographic Reaves said. She has a lifetime .
aggravated assault 11
medical progress through con per regions of (the coun record of 94,410 poundsof
710-12 Lemon St. tinuing education.Dr. cent, and forcible rape 7 percent try. The North Central States milk and 4,966 pounds of

Palatka, Florida Canakaris has been a The more voluminous recorded a 20 percent rise, the 'butterfat She has calved
Phone EA 5-9166 member of the Academy since property crimes of burglary, Northeastern States 18 percent again and can be expectedto

Furniture Upholterin 1952. and the Southern' and soon be above the 100,000
Repaired & Unfinished 124,000 Floridians Western States 16 percent. pounds of milk and 5,000
Mattresses & Box Springs ATTENDS The FBI Director specifically pounds of butterfat life-time

Made to Order.Also Renovated commented; on the significant mark.
Call Laura Morris 437.3233 Participate In The, Increase In robbery and other Zinnia, Violet Annie has a
Zach Holland, Bunnell, was street crimes. He noted a 24 son and a daughter in the
After 6:00 P.M. among the advisory committee percent rise In the use of firearms Hi-Mark herd and a son In
PRICES REASONABLE members attending a Needy ProgramThe In aggravated assaults service In the herd of W.:' J.

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED meeting 'with Commissionerof and a 37 percent Jump !In Broadhurst, Jesup, Georgia.Her .
Just as: near as your Agriculture, Doyle ConnerIn U. S. Department of armed robberies. Likewise, last calf was sired by a
Phone or Post Office Hollywood, Florida, Mon. Agriculture's Consumer and purse-snatching rose 26 percent son of Golden Etta Star.

Drop Us a Card,or Call day, Sept| 18 to discuss veg. Marketing Service reports that and theft of personal
etable from automobiles 18 Los Angeles' new zoo, cost.
Free Pick-up & Delivery 'inspection fees. 124,587 needy Floridians in 28 property
Holland Is a member of the percent during the six-month ing more than $10-milllon,
Commissioner's Advisory Com counties received food aid period. has more than 2,000 animals.
mittee. during: Juty'through its commodity
distribution program.

This was 2,313 perSons more HALIFAX
.than the number receiving aid
In the program in June. '

ESTIMATES Russell H. James of Atlanta, Dry Cleaners & Laundry ,
Southeast District Director of
CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS consumer food programs for Phone 253.8174

Service, pointed out that two

Laminated Plastic Fine Hardwoods new commodities-butter and Best Quality Work-Best Shirts in Town!
FURNITURE REFINISHINGNow cheese-have been added to
the list of USDA donated foods 301 RIDGEWOOD :-: HOLLY HILL '
Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, available for distribution to
50 Mile Radius needy families in the com Call Bob Barber-253-3224

modlty distribution programs.
Call Collect 437-3513 Foods distributed to needy
families in Florida Include:

dried beans, margarine, THIS IS u
cheese, flour, lard, shortening '," ; I
chopped meat dried milk,
peanut butter, rice, rolled FARM BUREAU WEEK .

oats, grits, and raisins.In '1 '

Florida, ,the commodity 'IN FLORIDA ; k "
distribution program is supervised l
Cry7y8so ,by the State Department .
of Public Welfare In cooperation
with the Consumerand
Marketing Service.
Following Is a listing of \ /Y* / i I" r

county-by-county participation I ,Y5L I .
i in the USDA food program .. !1
s : In Florida during July: I' .

$IS, 6ti County No. persons
: 51 J7 taking part ..
L's. '
53r" 67 Baker 957
59 1,888
K 8 Bradford 1,055 More than 35,000 farm families in
iAn independent Broward 8,029
\ Cuban. Refugee Florida belong to Farm Bureau. a

'$ insurance agent "" : Dade Assistance 19,792 10,983 volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated '

31 IS a man you n, Dixie 473 to support and build agriculture, ',
Duval 12,637 .\
37 can count on 13y Escambia 10,820 our state's number one industry. ,

6 16 IS 1'1 Gadsden 5,737
17)'f Hardee 530
35.'f, 33 17 ,
,U 3 18 Highlands 802
)'3130\c .t 1'1 saw- Hillsborough 11,385
J.O Lafayette 241
:. Lake 1,707
j Lee 1,022

Any way you figure it, you benefit from the continuing, personal Monroe Leon 4,154 638 CIRCLE CD RANCH

service of an independent insurance agentAs Okeechobee 245
Palm Beach,
independent agents, we are insurance specialists-professionally Pasco 8,770

trained and qualified to analyze your protection needs' Plnellas 7,359 1,957

We see that you have enough insurance,carefully selected from Polk 6,410St.

among several competing companies.: We help keep your insurance Lucie ', 2,704 RIDING CLUBTrail
up-te*date,keep you informed of changes in replacement COI *u "- Santa Rosa 2397

i, gest adjusting your coverage to changes: in your personal situation. Seminole Indians 151
I Because we serve you first,we have your interest at heart If you Taylor 1,348

have an accident, we are at your side to help you get your claim Union 396 Rides Hay Rides ;
, settled quickly and fairly, without red tape. Rely on us for com:

plete worry-free insurance protection for your car,home, or busi Total 124,587

ness. Call...or see us now.FLAGLER .
GEOGRAPHIC HAS ABOUT Western Style Cookouts

T ...F.j .

Society numbers about 5,500
000 members around It heM Horses Rented, Bought and Sold
rld. It was so small in 1903
COUNTY INSURANCE that the entire membership
j I ; VMM Invited on an 'eactinrion
AGENCY. [INC fawn the Nation' Capital to Write P. O. Box 256, BtMtnell, Florida

lib Nertij' .&. JIIMM "pIWl AMMfoMi, Maryland, to visit Philip Tuccio, Old Haw Creek Road, Ph. 4373001BIRTHDAY
the Nays
...... Pyddec 361iIMEA&E6 Academy and "other
oted points of totem*.


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Flagler County farmers Flagler Beach Tax Pay
1 APPRECIATION were reminded today that Fri ers Association! will meet Sept.
day, September'22 is the last 26. "t"' 730 p. m. In the City
day for voting In the electionof Hall recreationroom.' .
ASC committeemen. B. E. The first fifteen minutes
White, County Office Manager, will ;be a friendly "get ac.gtUain .

I Agricultural Stabilization and .ed" period.
Conservation Service, explain. "A program designed for
ed that ballots were mailed every citizen interested in theImprovement
SALE September 12th to all eligible and prosperityof
H voters of record. the area is our motive",saidGeorge
: : They must be returned tq Moody, Sr., presidentof
: the fast
growing taxpayers
the ASCS county office-by
mail or in person-not later organization. "All persons are
than September 22. Qualified cordially Invited, whether or
Stores voters in the election are all not members".
1 Jiffy Food farmers and ranchers who are Thirty one additional signatures .
eligible to take part in one or on card applications
more of the farm programs for membership were submited -
which the committee admin by the committee chairman;
isters. at the executive board meet-
nig. Every taxpayer Is auto-
BUNNELL FLAGLER BEACH who believes thathe
-- Anyone matically a member according : .
is eligible to vote but who to the organization bylaws

KING SIZE (6 P_ kg. Cartons) has not received a ballot is as there are no dues or
urged tp get In touch with the fees
membership Applicationcards

BUY ONE CARTONI l ASCS)'. county office immediate with generalized are being questions circulated,to,
'" Chairman W. W. Deen, Sr. find the of
.'C 0 K E S : degree activity
FR'E :: urges ,farmers to be sure ,to each person wishes to partic
sign the statement. pn the backof ipate.
Plus Bottle Deposit .. : : ; the outside envelop con The question: was settled1bythe
taining the ballot for,the com- Board concerning "Who is: I
Limit please ,* mittee election. a taxpayer"? The Board's, de-
(1) purchase to a.,customer,
cision was unanimous! that
EVERFRESH (Twin Pkg.) AND THE RAINS the term applies to ,any per
Y son 'whose utility taxes on
.Buy One (Twin Pkg.Chips )- CAME gas electricity, and telephoneare

\ Potato Get Second (Twin ; .) The rains started last Tues submitted to the City Tax.
Collector, Board members
day morning, rained all night
: ported. Revenues from water
, I FREE Tuesday and: Wednesday
bills Is ..
a paid by many.
morning Bunnell had a deluge
citizens. These taxes listed
about 10:00 a. m that was a
Limit (1) purchase to a customer please in the City's Budgetas:
* frog strangler.
FOR THE well as ad valorem taxes on
Checking with the Florida, real,property.
Buy One (Mr: Slu hel- Forestry Service at Wadsworth Communications showed
Get Second One Tower their records showed that the Florida
r C H I L 0 R E N "' Development
, r 5.70 inches of rain fell from Commission Planning Departrnent -

FREEROBERTS' 3 p. m. Tuesday until. noon *, which is supported by ,
Wednesday. That's i a lot. of taxation, Is designed to create ,

DAIRY .(Grape, Lemon-LJme, Orange) rain. an extensive survey for our
In jchecklriig around the resources, with end results to'
county we noticed Lake Lu- recommendations for our' best
cille In Bunnell had overflow. advancement. The require-
FRUiT I NK : 1 Gal. 29 ed Its banks (the second time mentis that the Development

." 1 in'a week) and had flooded Commission Planning Department
the entire Civic Center:area. .be requested to ido so by'
I Water was over the side the City Commissioners. The
: ; LY E'S AL -MEAT. 1 1 walks at ,the courthouse and ,. ,Board will communicate with
: several Inches covered a section -;.:
) ,the City Commissioners requesting
j 5 Oz. of East Moody Blvd. from them to do so.

: BOLOGNATHANK 4! 4 Pkgs.: $$1 Street.Anderson Several businesses Street to on Orange,;>Rail'' ," RESIDENTS" REMINDED

road Ave. and Bay Street reported OF -GARBAGE ORDINANCEThe

I IJ water had entered their, Bunnell City Commis
*! .
J Beach Bunnell and all of Rain gauge readings at the .idents In the city limits of the
Flagler Flagler
you Walter Cody farm in the Haw ordinance pertaining to garbage
Creek section showed 1.6< containers. Some ,residents -
.{ County for the support of the Jiffy Food Stores. Inches fell Tuesday, and 4 have been using 55 gal
Inches fell from 7 a.m. until IOn drums without covers, and
: 2:30: p.m. for a total of 506 they fill With water during a
I Our stores are home, operated.' personnel are inches.A rain.. making ,it difficult for:
!II ,I farmer in the Bimini area th@ city employees to handle
Beach and Bunnell residents. estimated about 2.50 Inches of due, to the excessive weight.
rain fall for the section. The ordinance reads:
I Garbage containers shall be
. ,.. MOUNTED POLICE HAD equipped with suitable han-

: I Here are just a few items we carry SHOW OF FORCE IN 1874Canada's and dles shall and tight be water Northwest Mount
Garbage containers shall
ed Police staged a 1,000-mlIe
Health & Beauty Aids Tobaccos Cold Beverages march along(the United States have a 'capacity of not more
than 30 gallons.\
border in 1874 in show of
House ware Items CandiesIce Ready Made Sandwiches a Garbage containers shall be
force against the outlaws of
of.a type approved by the City
Frozen Foods the American Wild West, National

Cream Eggs Health Officer and shall be
.Brooms and- Mops Geographic says. kept in:a clean, neat and sanitary
Producer '. Canned VegetablesCanned Bacon condition *t all times.

Soap. Powders Registered ", '
Meats \t' Cereals i Frozen Fryers The Gulf: Stream can be
Canned J ,vj Real l Estate Broker clearly: recognized from an
Coffee Bleach Frozen Meats airplane because' of sits distinctive .
I,; .. Bunaell.. ",Florida -color'.and .way@, patFLOWERS -
; s Pet Food, f ', Milk I---. l't : *i i tem ', '. .
1 'j.
t,. Thermosesv ar) .. ". j .. ., ... .. ., .J'' .
I ; Ice Chesty J :' ,', .Breads* \ ))}t Paper Goods -
j .. .
.t :
s '- _' '
... \ ) V.- \ i "' : : : : :
IceCake ',M"' '' Magazines ,' toys FOR ::.r r::. :'; :::,., -:.. .... '

::. Mixes Shortening Flour ..... .'. : :,:S .:,' 't

V Frostings Canned NutsBulbs Meal and Grits ALLOCCASIONSFTD. :" '.:/; :,',. .
.. .,' Z.1!. ,
:'i I !)
r, Film Soups > >i AGENTS M--.;t'. ;
rI ti a

Us For Fast Delivery of Flowers Anywhere

I.. 7 DAYS 7 A.'M..


Prices Good Tit"" .., Fri,, Sat. ami Sun.,
Quantity Rights R...rv... s.p......... '21, 22, 23 and 24, 1M7 Phone 437-3406 U. *. 1, IkHMMII8E

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