The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
December 28, 1967
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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
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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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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VOL. 55 NO. 52 Lipp/I D THURSDAY. DECEMBER 28. 1967 ___ $050.A TEAR

W.Long H.TimeResident W EffisttA. Hj'Si.. T r; .% : % ; {;; %: ;; ; ; J 01IJJl@fff; @ I. 11 WINNERS LIGHTING AREANNOUNCED CONTEST !

Dies ..........BEST(..WiSHES.\..... II.... ... I., ,I I"Santa's

Arrival" was the .
William Henry Wells 77, \ 4 theme at the Herbert Allen

1101 East Moody Blvd., Bun. s. ,. .. home, 902 Railroad Ave., Bun.
nell, a former Flagler County :. : nell, which won first prize In

Sheriff and longtime resident, the annual American, Legion
died Friday, Dec. 22 In a Post 115 Christmas Lighting
North Florida hospital. contest. Santa in a sleigh
Born In Milton, Ga., he drawn by reindeer was enter-
moved from there to Hast. Ing a traditional Christmasscene

ings, Florida in 1920. He settled which included a Snow-
at Shell Bluff and late man, and fireplace surround
moved to Haw Creek In 1921 ed by gifts near the home
where he'started farming. In brightly decorated with flick
1941 he was elected Sheriff ering multi-colored lights.
and served in that capacity, ,
Winning second place wasa
for twelve
years. display the home of Mr.
Prior to his retirement In
and Mrs. O. K. Herr, Deen
1955 he was employed by the
Road. The display was a
State Beverage Departmentfor
beautiful nativity scene on
one year. the lawn and the entrance
Mr. Wells was a member of door of the home was artistically .
the First of :
Baptist Church I
: decorated !to resemble a
Bunnell. He also :
was a memo
Christmas greeting of angelson
ber of Lodge No. 200 F. and A. ,,:, a blue background flanked
M., Bunnell, and was a char. :iH I candles.
by lighted
ter member of the Flagler I
County Shrine Club. i The display at the Walter J. \

Survivors Include his wife, .. Wilkins home, 405 Deen Road,
: :.i. :
took third The attrac-
Louella; two sisters, Mrs.
\ : .. tive traditional scene Included -
Mary Upshaw, Marietta, Ga.;
and Mrs. Martha Nell Stev. a tree formed of multicolored : -

ens, Rlchland, Ga.; two brothers lights encircled with ,I
T. D. lighted canes. The roof of the I
Flagler Beach and : -
Howey, Bluefleld, W. Va.. :: home was outlined with evergreen
garlands entwined with I
miniature lights. Flickering
lights decorated the shrub-
bery around the home.

'. a First place winner in the I
J I business division of the contest *
I was the Milton Motel.
The elaborate display included &
a manger scene and ,
COUNTY .BOARD .. THURMAN- YOUNG...' E. H. Threadgill .,' native palms illuminated with : \I ..

" CHANGES JAN. INTERRED AT varicolored lights. The picture 3?. I'
Passed AwayIn windows also depicted various .-*,]

a special meeting of the C" Young 58, Ko- OrlandoEugene I 1

Flagler County Board of Commissioners rona, diet Sunday afternoon, Harold Threadgill, 'J
L' last Wednesday December 24, as the result of 78, 1214 South Central Ave., CLUB GIVES TO
night the commissioners gunshot wounds. He was born Flagler Beach, 'passed away ,
changed their meeting dateto June 25, 1909 in Douglas, Ga. Sunday at Florida Sanitorium CARE PROGRAM' t'
Wednesday, January 2 since and lived in the Crawford- Hospital in Orlando after a At the Christmas party given 0,

Services were conducted their regular monthly meeting yule, Florida area. brief Illness. by the Flagler Senior Citizens .
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at scheduled for Jan. 1 falls on Mr. Young was a member Born In Charlottesville, Va., Club the sum of $21.00
the First Baptist Church, Bun. New Years. A chairman and of the Crawfordvllle Baptist he had lived in Flagler Beach was donated for CARE pack.
nell. Rev. Charles Anders of. vice chairman will be elect. Church. During World War II for the past 16 years. He was ages. The members previously
fidated. He was assisted by ed at the annual re.r anlza- he served in Japan and Philippines 'a retired realtor.He had voted to forego the !
Rev. T. Shelton Brooks, First tional meeting. These posi. in the Construction is survived by his wife, customary exchange of gifts
Baptist Church, Bunnell and tions are usually rotated. The Engineers. He wa4: a Technical Amelia; three sons, Eugene E., In favor of contributing to the
Rv. Oliver Taylor, First Meth. board will also consider per Sergeant In ;thc U. S. McLean, Va.; Robert, Malt. program to help the needy In
odist Church of Bunnell, Ma. sonnel reappointments for the Army.He land, Florida; Samuel, Deca. other parts of ,the world. There
sonic rites were conducted at calendar year at Tuesday's has served as Superintendent tur, Ga.; two sisters, Mrs. Lillian were 63 members and guests
the graveside. Burial was in meeting. of Caddel and Jack Hackett, Miami; Mina present for the dinner and
Espanola Cemetery. Marco Polo, Inc. officials son Construction Co. and B. B. Stetson, Arlington, Va.; two varied musical program that f
Active pallbearers were Jack White and Al Wright, McCormicks and Sons, both brothers, Jay, Miami, and followed. '
Bion Matherly, L. H. Church, Daytona Beach met with the of Jacksonville and was recently Henry, Flagler Beach. The Club's next meetingwill
H. H. Murray, Walter Creal, commissioners to become acquainted superintendent of the Funeral services were Tuesday be Jan. 2 in its clubroomIn
Duane Deen and Fred Fruits. and discuss the construction of a new second- afternoon at 2:30: at the the Flagler Beach Municipal .
Members of the Flagler Marco Polo plans for Flagler ary road in the Bimini. area in Craig Chapel, Bunnell. The Building. It will begin I
County Shrine Club served as county. White, president, as- Flagler County. Rev. Vernon Quigley, pastor with a potluck supper at 6:00P. :
honorary pallbearers. sured the board work,,was pro lie is survived by his daugh. of St. Michaels Episcopal M., according to Walter
gressing on schedule. er, Mrs. M. C. Strickland, Jr. Church, ,Orlando, officiated. Creal.
Craig Funeral Home, Bun The board instructed the and two grandchildren Mar- Interment was In Bellevue
nell, was in charge of ar clerk to telephone the Attorney cia and Mark of Bunnell; Memorial Park, Daytona
rangements.EMERGENCY General to determine if stepmother, Mrs. Minnie Beach. LOCAL RESIDENTS I
it is within the legal rightsof Young, Cottondale; wife, Mrs. Pallbearers were Rufus 1
WATER the board to install culverts Edna Young; sisters, Mrs. Miller, Flagler! Beach, Danny INJURED IN CRASH I
on secondary and primary Stella Mae Carter, Crawford- Johnston, Bunnell; George
MAIN REPAIRSAT Floyd Hurl 49, Bunnell, was
road approaches when ville, Mrs. Ora Braxton, Cot Wickline, Flagler Beach;
THE BEACH the culvert is provided by tondale and Mrs. Emma Wills Charles Rockett, Flagler operated on for internal In.

Sunday morning about 2 property owner, and the State ; brothers, George, Wakulla; Beach; 11. R. Hunt Ftogler juries at Bunnell General I "
a. m. the Flagler Beach Water Road Dept. approves installa Otto and Jacob, Cottondaleand Beach and Ray Smith, Daytona Hospital late Monday after "1
tion. A Beach. the late model car he was 1
Superintendent reported that recent policy changeby Leonard, Pensacola.
driving was struck by a compact -
the State Road has I
Dept. is
the water tank was empty Funeral service planned I
and the city watr supply was discontinued saD. Installa. for 2 p. m. today at Crawford. CIGARETTE TAX car driven by Ernest
Wills, 62, New York City.
depleted. After about five tions. vllle, Baptist Church with J. COLLECTIONSDISTRIBUTED Hurl's condition is reported as !
hours searching of water linesit A. Culley and Sons Funeral serious.
was found that the main Home, Tallahassee In charge. Don. D. Meiklejohn, Directorof
C. K. PALMER Ruth Hurl Welnedw, :98,
line was broken in a swamp the State Beverage Depart-
just west of the 1.95 Inter NEW "DBJCREGISTRAR ment, reports that net cigarette Flagler Beach a passenger InHurl's
TIDE TABLETides car suffered a broken
change. tax collections for the
and facial cute. Her
Soon after noon Sunday the C. K. Palmer, 28, is new assistant for December 26-31 month of October, 1967 Jaw eon
dition to listed fair
line was temporarily repair registrar and director \ amounted to $4,880,909.14. Of as
ed so that some water could of financial aid at Dayton HIGH LOW this amount $1,507,924.51! will Wills, his wife, Margaret 90,
I 1 be pumped into then shut off the main lineso Palmer has been a counselor 29 6:30: 6:48: 2:01 12:42 enue Fund and the remaining passengers in his car were admitted -
that the water would not at DBJC since July of 30 7:24: 7:48 J2:43 I'M amount will be distributed to to Bunnell General
escape back thru the broken this year. He earned the 18 31 8:18: 8:36 *1:.. 304 qualified municipalities. Hospital for observation and
main. This procedure kept degree at Troy State College Amounts to be distributedin were released Tuesday.The I

Flagler Beach with a water and the MA at Appalachian Added emphasis will be put Flagler County are as fol. accident occurred at the !
supply until Christmas Day State Teachers C..... on grass races on the infield lows: Beverly Beach, $108.68; intersection of State Rood 100 t
when an emergency crew dugout He will raplai E. P. Ca. turf course for fillies and City of Bunnell. u'r e.n; and Interstate 95 Monday
the mud in the swamp ruthen who AM reaigned. to mares next winter at Hialeah, City of Plague Beach, $692.07; night Wllli was charged with. I
and installed a new section become Dean of Tennessee Racing Secretary Kenneth Woe Marlneland, $...; Painters driving on 'the wrong II"tII :
of pipe. AAI State College. Jr. re. Hill, $946 the road.




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DEMOCRACY IN ACTIONThere U. S. D. A. Choice ;, ,,

has been so much said and written about the Grand

.. Jury Investigation of the Flagler Beach City Commission construction lbM 49

policies that It probably would be best to drop it and

think constructively about something for the future.

However, the recent experiences do show us real democracy
in action. In the first place we find that democracy can be slow U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK

and even more expensive than an autocracy. The City Commis.

sion evidently was "trying to get something done" by tackling STEAK. lb0 59

their building problems directly and getting them accomplish.ed :

as quickly as ,possible. And, in all probability they saved

the taxpayers some money by their direct approach.
Several of the commssioners were experienced builders, and, U. S. D. A. Choice _

by giving of their time in construction supervision and, their

"knowhow" in buying materials they, no doubt, got more for ROUND DA lb. 69

the tax dollar and got it done more quickly than the usual pro BONE -
cess. And, the City of Flagler Beach 'Is to be commended for ,the

handsome buildings erected during recent years.

And then, we have the second experience in democracy.
Some of the citizens objected to the City Commission bypassing Lean Western Lean Western

the requirements of the city charter in regards to construction
projects amounting to more than $1000. By due process of law PORK STEAKS SPARE RIBS

the Grand Jury made an Investigation and took steps to see

that this portion of the charter was complied with. lb. sij Ib. $ge
The Grand Jury did not suggest there had been any malfeasance

in the use of public funds or even impugn the Integrity

of any city official. In fact, they said "the officials: of the Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2-2/2 Ib. Avg.)
city appear to have spent much of their time on these ventures

purely from a civic responsibility". Then the Grand Jury add

ed that compliance with the particular provisions "may workto
the financial detriment of the city, but the charter must be m5' Whole lb 29

respected at all times."

This was demoocracy in action. It is unfortunate ithat personalities .

have to become involved in democratic procedures.But .

that, too, may be a regular part of the democratic process. NECK BONES-RIB TIPS ;h
However Flagler Beach needs the benefit of the combined WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY- ,
efforts of all its leaders working together to attain Its rlghful S $10 JAN 1, '196&-HAPPY NEW YEAR
place in the East Coast economy.

The Rugged LOCAL ECONOMYIN Martha 1 Ib. Pkg.
IndividualA YEAR END EYE 23c WESSON Oil

Ga. Red No. 303 Can
young man lived with his 24 oz.
Several merchants reportedthat For $4TOO '
parents a public He attended housing the holiday season sales TOMATOES 6 BottleLara 39'

were better than last
public school, rode the free year
while others said It was about LynnSALTINES lib. Box Limit 1 with
school bus, participated in $5.00 or more food order
the same. Citizens Bank of
the free lunch, program, played Ea.
Bunnell that
reports depositsare
in State Parks, swam in ZSe
about $300,000 over ,
the city pool. He entered the up .
this time last Also, it
year. Cabin 12 Bottle
army and upon discharge kept Log oz.
noted that traffic U. S.
was on KRAFT
his national life insurance) MAPLE Ea.
1 had the hol
picked up over SYRUP ,
He then enrolled In the state Zge

university, working part time idays. ORANGE JUICE
In the State Capitol to sup. Cabbage growers exper- Jolli Pac. Giant Twin PackPOTATO
plement his G. I. check. ienced low prices and a glut. Each

Upon graduation he marrieda ted market over !the week-nd. CHIPS 3ge Quart

public health nurse and However It appears that Bottle 29
bought a farm with an FHA weather conditions could
loan, and then obtained a change the picture somewhatas
Small Business Administration the severe cold moves MAXWELL HOUSE

loan to go Into business.A across other southern states.

baby was born in the Coun- The local crop appears good INSTANT COFFEE FROZEN FOODS
ty Hospital. lie bought a even though the warm weather -
ranch with aid of another GI has caused the crop to
loan and obtained emergencyfeed mature quite rapidly. 6 oz. 69c Mr. G 9 01. Pkg.
from the .
government.Later For $
he put part of his land FRENCH FRIES
SALES-GASOLINE TAX Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 9 ,fi
Into the Soil Bank. His par-
ents live comfortably on the COLLECTIONS REPORT Frosty Acres MIXED 10 oz. Pkg.
ranch with their social secur-
ity and old age assistance FOR NOVEMBERIn FRESH PRODUCE VEGETABLES Z For 3ge

checks. REA lines supply
a report received from I
electricity. The Department of J. Ed Straughn Director Flor- U. S. No. 1POTATOES r'
Agriculture helped clear /the da Revenue Commission sales
land. The County Agent show. tax collections for Novembeiirt : IOBag 390
ed him how to terrace it. Then CHEER
Flagler County were $990.-
the government paid part of 57 below the amount collected Yellow CookingONIONS
the cost of a pond ''and stocked
in October. The Novembei .
it with fish. lIe "
was guar 3 29C Giant
collections totaled $10,412.8compared : tr
anteed a sale for his farm products 47
to $11,403.39 foi Size
by a Federal Agency.
October. Last year in Novenv, Fresh Local GreenCABBAGE
Books from the public librarywere .
ber sales tax collection!I
delivered to his door. "" Limit 1 with
or food
amounted to $11,217.75.Gasoline 5 e more order
He banked money which a
tax collections fa -
government agency insured.
November showed an increase.
Then one day he wrote his
over last month. Gasollrxtaxee
Congressman: "I wish to protest
in October and colleetecin I
excessive government
Novmber sales totaled $16'
spending and high taxes. I
160.62 which is
3124.80 mon
believe in rugged Individualism.
thaw October's col'lect1onlThe .
I am opposed to all socialistic ,'
!trends and I demanda November 1967 oolite

our return the "principles of tions the the November dropped county.1966$4,026.89 collectionin below\s, till 'I['] tI

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BUNNELL LODGE Carlon Carroll Junior warden
RE-ELECTS ENGLISH ; George Wickline, treasurer -
George English was reelected ; Ferris Solomon, secretary .
Worshipful Master of Bun. ; and Levi Brannam, trUSt
nell Lodge No. 200' at their tee. Other officers will be ap i
annual election Tuesday pointed by the worshipful
night, December 19th. Englishhas master. ,
served as master duringthe
Officers were Installed In a
past year. special ceremony BIt the Lodge '
i Other officers elected were: Hall 'on Wednesday evening,
Sam Novick, senior warden; December 27th, St. Johns Day.

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Miss JudyfAnn Dunson will the Yuletide About fifty invited guests
become the bride of Fred Harris : social season was an Open attended!Open House, from 2
at o'clock Friday House Christmas! Eve at the until 5 p. m. Christmas Eve
evenIng, December 29, at St. home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
LOCALS Stephens Catholic Church Stefllk Hwy. 100, Bunnell. Mr. Bill Lenssen, Von Bulow
Jj : Bunnell. and Mrs. Tom Lens n co- Ranch, Flagler Beach.A .

Following the ceremony a hosted the holiday fete. Christmas tree festooned
reception will be held at the Santa fi o a tin g amidst with multicolored lights and
Bunnell Civic Center. bright poinsettia blossoms, tinsel, wreaths and artistic
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker, Dinner guests of Dave and
All friends and relatives of drifting on the swimmingpool evergreen arrangements were
Tallahassee are visiting here, Perryman Sundaywere
with their son In law and Mrs. Bonnie Perryman, the couple are invited to both created a typical Florida placed at vantage points
Vera Stewart and the ceremony and! reception. Christmas scene on the patioof throughout the rooms of the
daughter, Louis and Joy Stef- daughter
the beautifully decorated .
Ilk and children. Miss Frances Perryman Mrs.
Lisa, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill BIRTHDAY PARTY home. tree fashioned from styrofoam -
Mrs. John Metts gave a Refreshment tables were embellished
balls with
Alexander of Jacksonville; Lt-
,of Mr.
Christmas guests
and birthday party Saturday afternoon garlanded with holly and assorted candles attracted the
Hirst and Mrs. C. E. Hobb
and Mrs. R. K. Flagler
her with arrangements of
honoring son, graced
daughter Bonnie Key West. younger set.
Beach, were their son and In tall silver and
first urns
Davey, on his birthday.The holly
daughter In law, Mr. and Mrs. Visiting at the Perryman party was at the home. lighted tapers in slender silver Tall lighted tapers in silver
E. L. Hirst and son Charles, home Christmas .wa! Mrs. of, Davey's grandparents, Mr. candlesticks. The tables candlesticks encircled with
Shores and Ferryman's father, J. W. Stall. formed the holiday
South Daytona and Mrs. Carlton Johnston, were laden with a lavish array greenery -
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hirst, Lees. ings, Palatka. Hwy. 100, Bunnell. of gourmet canapes and centerpiece for the refresh.
ment table. Delectable tidblds
burg. Mrs. Metts assisted by Mrs. hors d' oeuvres. ,
end in Orlando with Mr. and Johnston served traditional Assisting the hosts with decorated cookies and punch
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parker Mrs. Lamar Mercer and fam refreshments to Mrs Bill Baker the serving were Misses Grace were served by the hosts.
and son Tony left Christmasfor fly, Mrs. Martha Mercer left and daughters Melinda and and Mechele Steflik.
Leesburg, Ala. to visit relatives for Kissimmee for a visit with Karen; Mrs. Dewayne Metts More than fffty-five Invited HONORED AT
and plan to visit In Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Mercer and Sandy and Scotty; Mrs. guests enjoyed the gala event. SURPRISE BIRTHDAY
Vienna, Va. with the Michael and family. Richard Yelvington and Dawn ''PARTY ,
Parkers and son before returning Debbie and Ronnie Johnstonand Mrs. Ethel Lee Whitaker Cordell Robertson celebrated
home. Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Taylor Delores and Caroline returned home last week from his birthday
and children left Sunday afternoon Saturday
Deen. Alexandria, Va., after two
Gordon and Janet Shields for Miami for a visit night at a surprise party giveen
months visit with her in
had as their holiday house. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. SURPRISE ANNIVERSARY law and daughter, Leonard their by home his wife in Bimini.Marjorie, at
their children Miss
guests West.
PARTY FOR JOHNSTONSMr. and Day Moody and daughterLee. Thirty-four Invited guests
Connie Shields Washington,
and Mrs. Carlton John The Moodys arrived via
D. C. and Mr. and Mrs. David Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rice enjoyed a buffet dinner. Join.
ston celebrated their Fifteenth plane' Friday to spend the
ing them for the celebrationwere
Vienna Va. in
Shields, spent Christmas weekend
Christmas with
Greensboro,_N. C. and Burlington Wedding Anniversaryat holidays here their sons, Pvt. Boyd
a surprise party Wednes relatives and friends. Robertson and Robert.
Virginia Wadsworth, Boulder N. C. visiting with Greg {
Colorado, arrived last relatives and friends. day evening, December 20 son, Mr. and Mrs. Dean. Holl
Tuesday for a visit here with given by their children at the HOLIDAY HOUSEGUESTS and and Kent; Mrs. Hoke t

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Brannam, Jr. studentat Johnston home, Hwy 100, Visiting here during the Cobb; Dalton Cobb; Mr. and
Lewis Wadsworth. Palmer College of Chiropractic Bunnell. Christmas holidays with Mrs. Mrs. Zach Hallond and Zachary t
Davenport, Iowa Is The refreshment table decorated Edna Carroll and Carl Carroll ; Mr. and Mr. John Rodgers J
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lassiter visiting here during the holidays in a blue 'and yellow were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ; Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Robertson :
and son Bill of Klngsport, with his parents, Mr. color scheme was centered Gamble and son Bryan, Live ; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Tenn. visited here recently and Mrs. Levi Brannam. Also with an artistically decorated "* Oak, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken. Robertson, Rebecca, Stanford,
with Mr. and Mrs. Lew Wads. visiting' the Brannams were cake. .neth Carroll and children Linda and Kirk; Mrs. Robert Bertha
worth and son. their son and daughter in law Members of the ''cou le's Gail and Ruty of Bush. and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cobb.
1 i Mr. and Mrs. David Shields, family enjoying the affair nell. \ Out of town guests were
,, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Fuller Vienna, Va. with them were Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. George Giebert
visited during the holidays In Metts and son Davey, Mr. and Holiday guests of Mrs. J. C. and George; Jacksonville; Mr.
\ Panama City with his brothers Mr. and Mrs. (Buck) Love Mrs. Dewayne Metts and Hall Sr., were her brother and and Mrs. Dave Cowan and
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Fuller lace spent the( Christmas children and Debbie ''and Ron sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Kimberly and Davey, Orlando
and Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Fuller. holidays in Portsmouth, Va. nie Johnston. Worth Green of Troy, Ohio. ; Reid Robertson, Orlando;
visiting with their son in law Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, Or-
Sam and Mary Broadaway and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. BEACH RESIDENTTO Mr. and Mrs. Don Cartmill mond Beach; Mrs. Inez Anderson
I and daughter Sue, returned Bob Davis. WED IN LA. and son Jim, Plant City spent Atlanta Ga. and Mr. and
home Tuesday from Warner Trudy Plzzullo Flagler the weekend visiting herewith Mrs. Grant Holland and Vince,
Robbins, Ga. where they were Miss Deborah Walter, 'Skokie Beach, left Dec. 14 for New her parents Mr. and Mrs.A. Athens, Ga. .
holiday houseguests of Mr. Illinois grandniece of Edward where she will wed B. JohJiston. Mrs. Bradford Bowen, Flag.
and Mrs. George Broadawayand Mrs. Walter Creal, Is spend W. Longacre. ler Beach, had as her ChrIst.
family. ing the Christmas holidays After a short honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sykes, mas houseguests her son and
with the Creals at their homeon couple will reside at 10101 Tampa? were the weekend daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs.
Tony and Mildred Kahlert E. Lambert St., Bunnell. Idlewood Place, New Orleans. guests of Mr.'and Mrs. Thom Paul Bowen and sons Wayneand

have returned home from as Bertha Bimini. James, Sharon, Mass.
.. .
Watkinsville, Ga. where they ------- -

attended the wedding of their ,
son Tom and June Elder, Saturday .
I Dec. 23. .
,; : "
It,, '' -.
1 '
and Mrs. II. V. Peavy ,
and family had as their week
end house guests, his parents, :
Mr. and Mrs. Howell Peavy '

and son Wendell, of Greensboro .
N. C.Joining SAVE'
them for the week.

end was Pvt. Morgan Peavy,
US Army, Fort Benning, Ga.


VISIT Mr. and HERE Mrs. Scott Sheffield, BY MAIL

Ybon, Thailand, visited 'r In '
Buinnell Saturday with
friends. "
The ShefHelds ar visiting in
Jacksonville with relativesand t:1

land Y plan January to return 1. to Thai. : / '., at Ormond Beach Federal

and Mrs. Gayle Mercer i'
and children of Kissimmee
visited here Friday with her SAVINGS INSURED TO $15,000 .
parents Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
McMillan. Also visiting at the II POSTAGE PAID BOTH WAYS

McMillan home during the
holiday weekend were Mr. T' PERSONALIZED SERVICE

and Mrs. Alan Bly and children .
Lake Helen; :Mr. and v 5I4% 6-MONTH CERTIFICATES $3,000 MINIMUM/$1,000 Multiples -
Mrs. Tom Moore, Daytona



GUESTS Christmas dinner guests of i I

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mercer and

family were Mr. and Mrs. Has. ____ 1
IMtt voney, Gainesville, Ga.;
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friedman

and Mrs. Mule Friedman De- / / 1
land; Mr. *ad Mrs. Leonard
Moody and Le, Alexandria
Va. and Mrs. Ethel: Lee Whit-

aker, Bunnell.







CHURCH Bunnell Methodist
I- Church will have a Watch. Quantity Rights .
HEWS night Service at 11:45: p. m. Reserved ,
New Years Eve. I '
M' ETTS **
There will be a New Years
Eve party ,at the parsonageat TOP Prices Good
BAPTIST 8:30 p. m. for the Methodistuth
Thursday, Friday
Charles D. Anders, Pastor ,'.
Fellowship. MYF members
Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday will attend the Watch. VALUE and Saturday, ;
School. night service. SUPER MARKET Dec. 28, 29, 30,
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:30 p.m. Training Union. STUDENT NIGHTAT STAMPS PhoneI9:7-32CJl .n.
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship. BUNNELL 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
Wed.: 7:30: p.m., Prayer BAPTISTAll
Service. Baptist students who
Nursery, all services. are home from college for the f.
2 Blocks East of stoplight, holidays are being Invited to ( Tongue in, Teeth :
participate in 'Student Nightat .; \
:Moody Boulevard.
Baptist Christmas"Church at of the Bunnell First SMOKoED Owut P\

FIRST Flagler BAPTIST Beach CHURCH this is Sunday anticipated evening that at 8 to 7:30.It 10. L .. ,, Lb. 39 f

Max Hall Pastor students will participate In : K"'

Sunday School: 9:45. an informal sharing service. ." "".
Morning Worship: 11:00.: TENDER SELECT 1
Evening Worship: 7:00 p. m. PROGRAM PLANNEDFOR "? ;:


7:00 On p.the m.corner of Third and Slides taken at the "World's S : 'lb. j

Fair-Montreal 1967" will be ., .
Central. .. '" I, I
shown to the Methodist
Men'sClub "'''.1 S ,
Wednesday night at the
church fellowship hall at 7:30p. : !
FIRST METHODIST m. Narrator will be Bob ; i
BUNNELL Wallace, club president. 01C
3ev. Oliver Taylor. Pastor Theme for Wednesday .
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. nights program will be "Man ,
Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. and His World". I

6:30 Methodist Youth Fellowship, The public is cordially In- U. S. CHOICE I
p. m. vited.

.2. 1 Blocks, Lambert East Street.of HighwayNo. WSCS RECEIVES I

VIETNAM The Woman's THANKS Society of CUBE & RIB Steak Lb. 39U. .

ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe Christian Service of Flagler \
Rev. Canon Shumaker Beach letter of
rrjceived a appreciation '
Priest in Charge from 1st Sgt. Gar- S. Choice U. S. Choice r

Morning Worship 10:00: a.m. vln C. Mac Paggart, III of TOP Lb. SIRLOIN Lb. $ jT09
Communion first Sunday of Vietnam for ditty bags which ROUND STEAK $109 STEAK ,
each month. the men in his unit receivedfor
Thrre miles east of Bunnellon Christmas. His letter stat U. S. Choice U. S. Choice
Highway 100.CATHOLIC ed that these gifts made them Lb. T-BONE Lb.
feel closer to home at Christ CLUB STEAK $109 STEAK $119
mas. He complimented the
CHURCHESRev. WSCS on their thoughtful selections WORLD'S BEST Pure Pork (Homemade)
Fr. Anthony Leon Pastor of articles. Also Sgt.'
ST. MARY'S, KORONA Paggart stated that when he Ground BEEF Z Lbs. '9ge' Pan SAUSAGE 2 "". 9ge
Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m. got out of service he plannedto
Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., make his home in Palm
and Friday at 8:30 a.m. Florida.
Flagla (Dryed)
U. S. No. 1 IRISH
Weekday Masses: Tuesday, CARD OF THANKSWe
Thursday, and Saturday at S
are sincerely gratefulto PEAS POTATOES : :
8:30 a. m.
ST. STEPHEN'S, BUNNELL friends and neighbors for .
their many kind acts of I
Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m.
sympathy during our sad be 12 oz. fig I 10 Ib.Bag ''
39',. .
reavement. The telephonecalls Pkg. JjJP '
THE METHODIST CHURCH floral offerings, visits, ..
food and beautiful service
Flagler Beach were deeply appreciated.Our Limit (2)) with purchase of $5.00 or' Limit ((1)) with purchose of $5.00 or
Reynold Nelson Hoover. special thanks is ex- more food order more'food order ':
Minister tended to Rev. Charles Anders,
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Rev. Oliver Taylor and Rev. Shurfine (Reg. or Drip) ARMOUR (SHORTENING)
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Shelton Brooks and the active
Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45 and honorary pallbearers.With COFFEE VEGETOLE
p.m.Men's deepest gratitude we .
Club meets the first thank Doctors Canakaris and
Monday of each month at Blanton, and their entire staffat I lb. 3 !b.
7:30 p. m.Woman's. Bunnell General Hospital Tan 35 0 Tan 49
of Chris-
Society for their kindness during Mr.
tlon Service the 2nd Thurs Well's Illness.
day, 9:30 a. m. The Family of Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or Limit (1)) with purchase of $5.00 or
South Daytona Avenue. Henry Wells more food order more food order

HOLINESSRev. and Mrs. Michael Parker
John Llngold Pastor Vienna, Va. announce the '
Sunday School, 10:00: a. m. arrival of a son born Dec. 19.
Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. He has been named Michael POT A TO PKG. 39
Life Liners Service, 6:30p. Eri.c.
m. Paternal grandparents are
Evening Evangelistic Service Mr. and Mrs" Marvin Parker,
7:30: p. m. Bunt elL
Deen Road.COMMUNITY. 1 1I

Mr. and ITS Mrs.A GIRL La Mar (Pee PEPSI 16 oz. '
Wee) Knight are the proud
parents of a daughter born CartonPlus
Flagler Beach Dec. 22
at 12:40 a. m. Friday
Rev. R. W. Dickert. Pastor at Bunnell General Hospital.She I
Communion every first Sun weighed seven poundsand Bottle Dep.
, day of each quarter.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. and thirteen has been ounces named at birth Lori Monogram (Long Grain) Bush's 2% Can

Daytona Worship Service Avenue, ,11 South a. m.of Michael Paternal Knight.grandparents are RICE 3 Eag 390 Sweet POTATOES 4Cns.. $foo

School. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Knight,
Bunnell. Mr. and Mrs. T. G.
Thomas and Shirley Graham Booth, Palatka, are the maternal Produce Frozen Foods
and son Larry, Tampa, grandparents. Bakery.
(former Bunnellltes) spent the
weekend with Mrs. Robert B Golden Yellow Master Chef Everfwh (Re.)

Bertha and son John. Sp. Frank Hazenjettedin BANANAS, French Fries, BREAD,

from Vietnam and arrived In Lb. .....__ IOC 2 Lb. Bag.... ...__ 33e 5 Loaves............ 9Se
MC1IVES DEGREE time to celebrate Christinas at
Bunnell, the home of his brother in Red Delicious Scald SwiM (I ox.) Everfrmh ((20 01.) .
Donald F. Jordan of API- law and slater Mr. and Mrs. APPLES, Orang Juice, $00 BREAD,

culture received degree his Master bolD tile **"! Tommy Bertha, Bknint. Lk...... ..........., 19* 7 Cane...... .... X 4 Loavs............ 95e
Hazen stationed In Viet
wntty oT PI<<1da. Jordon for WM themaster's nam Sp with the US Army, will Fresh CrispLETTUCE Whiter Card. Oven GoldFRUITCAKE

. among 247 candidate be M tar thirty days, returning Strawberries, ,

Jordan the Flagler County to Vietnam on assignment Head.................. 19* 210o*. PkK.... 55e 3 16. Ring........... Me
Agriculture Agent duty.


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Sgt. John"Meitts left Dec. 19
for Thailand where he has
been assigned for duty with SWEATER
the US Alrforce. Sgt. Metts .,
wife, Isabel and young son, 'y
Davey, are residing in Bunnell
with his parents, The Carlton

Johnsons.Mrs. SALE"! J.
John Metts and son ,
Davey left today for Tyler .
Texas for month's visit with ;:' 'I
her brother Cynthia and Greene.sister Raleighand ;

Lloyd and Edith Robertsonhad f .rW \ ..
as their holiday houseguest .1
:, her mother Mrs. Inez, '.
.. 1 a, Amderson< r f Atlant", Ga.' v .
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Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods

Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, -1':' '. '
f 50 Mile Radius ., ; ,
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In great sincerity wo express
appreciation for many friendly lUOlf
associations. May your New Year
be bright and cheerful. /

LELAND B. SHAW Bunnell, Florida

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n\"ll ACTIOV: Ne 6 EVELYN Plaintiff M EONyMAN .A rnCarl Colonel H. N. Klrkrnan, Di-
rector, the State Departmentof
CARL vs. Defendant EARL BOWMAN M, Fremaux, Southern Public Safety said today in

HERBERT JOHNSON, NOTICE TO DEFEND Bell's Daytona Beach district a traffic advisory that a holiday
BATE-4c per word. Minimum Defendant. THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO:
commercial traffic storm still existsIn
issue T
charge per S1.00.
ONARL HERBERT JOHN., whose residence and post office named district manager, effective Florida.

SEPTIC TANK cleaning RFD No 1. Box No. 93 addresses hereby are notified unknown a, December: JL4, accord "We want to warn all drive
Installed ; drain YOU,ARE IlllnoU. Sim eu Itlreb filed against a.o ing to W V Boy division ers that the calm between
fields ; Rota-Roter HEUEBV
In the above entitled cause; and
has that a Divorce commercial manager He succeeds Christmas and New Years can
snail shell Reasonable prices. been against you are hereby required to file
Jarosz you are flld you and your answer with the Clerk of M. S. "Buck" Moore, de. be very dangerous Kirkman
Call George
437.3410 required
to serve a this Court and to serve a copy
fny.of your answer or plead- thereof upon the plaintiff or ceased. said, "and this is no time to

JB-l-tf Plalntlfrl the Complaint to the plaintiffs attorney, whose name Fremaux was employed by relax your safe driving guard
attorney, LELAND B.
HELP WANTED, male or fee SHAW, p. O. Box %96. Bunnell and GEO.address B. NEWTONP. Is': Southern Bell at New Orleans, any more than you should

male, LOOK: Splendid Raw- Florida rr.r ppleadingtin thegotflee of O. Box 2TS Louisiana, ,in 1939 as a sales take down your shutters In

leigh business available in the ofvtne Circuit Court not Palatka later ,than Florida.January 32077 ZO, A. D. representative. He served In the eye of a hurricane."

Flagler County or NE Volusia on or, J 1961.> fw the eth day of January 1968. the Atn y-Air Force from 1942 The veteran Highway pat
you fall to do
o. If'you fall to do so, Default
County. Exceptional oppor- an order of default will be taken will be entered against you for until January, 1946, returning rol Commander referred to a

tunity for industrious person. demanded against In you the for the relief the relief demanded in the bill ofeompla.lnt. to the telephone company',asa kind of "holiday intoxication"that

See or write Mrs. Ida L. Noles, DA.TEIL at eOmfh.lnt. suit being. for The nature of said business office representa does not come from '11. bottle
,this day lof
40 S. Whitney St., St. Augus December). Florida, 1987. m DIVORCEWITNESS tive. Fremaux handled Various but which starts "before

tine or write to Rawleigh GEORGE M. MOODY of laid Court my this hand ZOth and day seal of areas of responsibility with Christmas, .'and lasts until after
F1L360.18 Clerk Circuit Court, Flag- December A. D. 1967. New years. He warned
Dept. Memphis, ler the in New Orleans
County, Florida. company
GEORGE M. MOODY kind ,of gaiety and
Tenn. Nov. 30, Dec. 14, Jan 4, LELAND :B. SHAW Clerk of Bald Circuit and Atlanta and transferred a : I excitement
and 11, 4tp. P. 0. Box 296 Court to Florida in 1951 as Miami akin to recklessness can:
Bunnell Florida (Official Seal) grow from a feeling that nothing -
Attorney: for Plaintiff By Julia R. Harvey Beach manager.
Venice Park Sub., Canal lots Dec. 7, It. U, 28, 4tc Deputy Clerk can happen to mar sucha
80x109, Lantana Ave. Lots Dec. SI, 28, Jan 4, 11, 4tc He was appointed managerat happy time.

Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7; Avalon Ave. LEGAL' ADVERTISEMENT Ft. Pierce In ;J954 where he

Lots Nos.. 28 and 29. Tax valuation I\ TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT served until transferring to
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA Daytona Beach as district
$9600.00. Will consider IV TILE COUNTY* JUDGE'S
cash offer for the 6 lots. WriteJ. Ia Cue Ne. 362 COURT IN AND FOR FLAG- commercial supervisor in 1966.
Rummey, Emily St., Plaintiff ESTATE NO. TT5
Detroit, :Mich., 48234. 11-30-tfc Tl IN REESTATE: participated Jn many civic

PAUL VAN CAMPBELL, JR. DEWEY OF D. MOODY, and social affairs of the com'
FOR SALE-Desks, card files, NOTICE TO DEFEND Deceased munity.
cabinets, chairs, tables, shelve THE PAUL STATE VAN OF CAMPBELL FLORIDA TO: persons are hereby notified Since coming to Daytona
JR. .
ing stools, healers, copier, POST OFFICE ADDRESS AND that of the the undersigned said Estate as Executrix has Beach he bas been active in

Clocks, air compressor, water RESIDENCE! ADDRESS UNKNOWN completed the administration the Rotary Club ,and Is on the

cooler, misc. equipment. Le- thereof and has filed In said Advisory Board of the Salva-
You are hereby notified that a Court her final report, and will
high Portland Cement Co. suit has been filed against you at a suitable time In January ttion Army and the Board, of
Phone 4392353. 1274tc. in the above entitled cause; and 1968 file her application for Directors of the American Red
you are hereby required to file final discharge Objections
your answer with the Clerk of thereto any, should be duly Cross.
ZIG ZAG FOR $40. this Court, and to serve a copy filed. tttr filing proof of publication
SEWING MACHINE Original thereof upon the plaintiff or showing this notice has Fremaux is a 1939 graduate
plaintiff's attorney whose name been published once a week for of Tulane University. He and BestWishes'
Guarantee. Makes button. and address Is: four consecutive weeks, the mat-
MR CHARLES J. LUKE IIATTORNEY his wife the former Audrey .
holes, sews on buttons, deco. ter of approval of said report ,
AT LAW and the ordering of distribution Weeks of Atlanta, 'and two
rative designs, monograms, 260 NORTH RIDGEWOOD of said estate will come before
etc. Must place In your area. AVENUE the Court children Gayle and Cary, re
DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDAnot side 39 Circle Or.
/s/Murtlce Richardson Moody at Bosarvey ,
Just pay Balance $40. on easy later than January 16th A. As Executrix of the estate of mond Beach. .
terms. Phone COLLECT Jacksonville D. 1968. Dewey D. Moody
It you fall to do so, Default First publication on December
3531946. Anytime. will be entered against you for 14, 1967,
Will deliver, no obligation.Dec. of the complaint.relief demanded The nature In the of aald bill Dec. 14, 21. 28, Jan. 4.-4to TWO INJURED IN ,r f' 1968

I 7, 14, 21, 28, 4tc suit being forANNULMENT :May you find
true happinessand
FOR windows WITNESS my hand and seal '
SALE-12 -
I of said Court this 11 th day of 'ANNOUNCES FOR Mrs. Ruby Caldwell, 56.. and good luck
; 3 studio couches, $5.00 December A. D. 1967.
and $10.00 cabinets with GEORGE M. MOODY CONGRESSWayne her daughter, Elizabeth, 20, all year long.
; Clerk of said Circuit Court Poucher, Radio and Tallahassee, were Injured Friday .
chrome sink and fittings; Official Seal)
By Janlra Murray .l TV commentator, minister and afternoon when their car aHARGETT'S
leaf table cut glass and
; Deputy Clerk. after-dinner speaker, formally swerved off the road and hita STANDARD OIL AND
china. Ph. 439.2317 12.14 tfc Dec. U, 21, 28, Jan. 4-4 to
announced his candidacy for pine tree 14 miles west of FUEL SERVICE

AKC Doberman Pinscher female LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT the 4th Congressional seat in Bunnell on Highway 100 Tel 437.7172. \'* '

pups, 8 weeks old, good ITH11 COUNTY .JUDGE'S the U. S. House of Representatives. "'
Excellent blood '
temperament. i: rN
line and markings. Herbert In He: The 45-year old Floridian r;" \
ESTATE OF GERTRUDE BERG t born and educated InFlorida's
was '
437- 'f'
Allen, Bunnell, Phone Deceased. I -:, ,
3168. 12142tc. MVTUH< TO CREDITORS Hlllsborough and
To all creditors and all persons Pinellas county schools and

HOLIDAY SPECIAL against having said estate claims: or demands attended !the University of Av

New McCulloch 4 H. P. Air. You. and each of you are here. Florida. He holds a B. A, degree

cooled outboard engine, $148- by sent notified any claims and required and demands to pre- from David Lipscomb

70. New Ashcraft 12 ft. fiberglass which you, or either of you. may College, Nashville, Tennessee.
against the Estate or Gertrude -
fishing boat, $149.50. Berg, deceased, later of the Poucher originated, re
Both for only 24999. Bunnell County of New York' and the searched, wrote and delivereda

American Service Station, Ph. Stat Judge of New of York Volusla to County the County at- daily 15-mlnute Radio Commentary

437.3652 Dec. 21-28-2tc his office In the county Court from Washington,
house In Deland Volusla County, 1958.1963 entitled "Life Line"
Florida, within six months from t
FOR SALE at Bargain- -bedroom the date of the first publication syndicated and broadcast on '

3 bath home and 4 hereof. All claims and demands approximately 400 radio sta. I
within the time
not presented
apartments. All electric air and In the manner prescribed tions in 48 states
conditioners and T. V.'s. On herein shall be barred as provided ,

US Hwy. No. 1, Volusia Coun by law. '
ty. One-half cash. Phone own Executor of '
Ancillary \ .
er, 4373628. 12 21, 3tc. Last Will and Testamentof \\ "

ceased.GINSBER(1 Gertrude. Berg de- OUR OWN PAINT I \ .".. \' ''
FOR SALE International & GINSBERO 'I
Buy Direct-Save-Why
dump-truck, two-ton, 7Vixl4 Attorney By: JOSEPH for Estate GINSBERG Pay More J. a ,1

ft. body. Good tires. Ready to 134H South Beach Street GALLONSLATEX .?t' 'I. ,
12213tc. Beach.o'lorlda.. ...
roll. 4373628.
Ph. I.
Dec. 21 28. Jan 4, 11, 4tc 3' $5, -' ". .

FOR SALE Res>:.aurant equipment Interior-exterior An independent

All or any part for sale Gallons 98 bargain: prices. 12213tc.Ph. 437- MEN WANTEDIn 2 Outside White Ss' \ ,insurance agent.doesn't .

This Area
LIVESTOCK Yeomans Nationwide vanish'f: l '

11 Paint Factory r '
BUYERLearn 438 *o. V. S. 1-Ilaad Are.OmtOBd 'when you need him :
Ilearh a to 6.30 _'.
to buy cattle hogs,

veal and lambs at sale Some one-company salesmen vanish as soon as you buy policy,

barns, and direct from You may never see them again. This can't happen when you insur .

farms. We prefer to train through an independent insurance agent We give you continuing! .

men with farm or livestock HASTINGS MATTRESS personal service!

TD experience. For local in & UPHOLSTRY WORKS We tailor coverage to your policies from several'

tenrlew write giving age, 710-12 Lemon St. strong companies which we represent.When you have a loss,we're

phone and background to Palatka Florida ready to help night or day We know exactly what information to'I
Institute of Meat
National Cleve Phone EA 5-9166 get. And the companies we represent are noted for fast, fair pay
Box 16053
packing. ment of claims. In short t
Furniture TJpholterlng we serve you first I I
land. Ohio 44116. Repaired & Refinished No one-eompany salesman can mtcll thie kind of..1

YOUR HOME Mattresses & Box Springs When you buy car, bome'or btmow iwiraoce, get die added'
service ofy ae d6 pendent agent au aM You. CaD\II maw '..
f Made to Order, Also
Call Laura Morris .wI-"

HOME INSULATING CO. Registered After 8*, P. M.

357 Andrews St. Ormond Beech Real Estate Broke"Kentucky PRICES REASONABLE FLAGLER COUNTY

Office 872-0745 Home 255-M9 BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
haaeIL F1se4d. INSURANCE AGENCY, Iesc.libsfs'.et .
Jwt as near as your
Jug wniM* of Phone or Post Office pis!. L MM4y Rivd.19unreil. I
FIBERGLAS both of Hlaleah'.IIUI...*.. Drop Us a Card or Call PIc 3018 .... ." 1CLASSIFIED /nr

will make a comeback next Free Pick-up & Delivery
winter after being sidelined

with ankle trouble.


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New Postal

ADVERTISEMENT News ForVeterans Rates Effective
The Daytona Beach Junior
Sealed bidswill be received '
In the office of the City Clerk of College adult education division January 7th .
the City of Bunnell, Florida, In spring schelude Includesa ,:,,
the Civic I Center until
4:30: p. m. on the un hna of new course power and Increased rates for all classes -
January A. D. 1968. for 600 ft. Some (two million veterans
of mail
speed reading. Scheduled to except parcel post
of %-in. galvanize i American and dependents receiving pensions BASKETBALL
made pipe and for 600 ft. of 2-ln. begin at 7:00 p. m., January and international mail will go
from the Veterans administration
gralvanlsed American-made pipeF. INVITATIONAL 3, the course is designed for Into effect January 7, Post
O. B. Bunnell, Florida. are being mailed
The City Commissioners reserve professional and business master Kay Mercer reminded
form cards which to
the right to reject any on report
TOURNAMENTThe people who dally face great postal customers today.
and all bids and to accept the their annual Income M. T.
bid that In its Judgment will be amounts of printed matter in The new States raise first
best Interest of the City Dixon of the Florida Depart- Bunnell New Years Invitational
for the reports, journals, memos and class postage to 6-cents an
of Dunnell. ment of Veterans Affairs re- Basketball tournament
communications accordingto ounce, air mail to 10 cents an
WITNESS my hand and offl- ,
The check-sized Fri
clal seal this 22nd day of December ported today. will get underway Marcus Rankin director of ounce ,and postal cards to' 5
A. D. 1)67. Income report cards, enclosed day night at 7 p. m. with a cents and air mail
adult education.
IS/ Shelton B. Barber :Mayor
with the November pension between Melrose and
City of Bunnell, Florida game Conversational French hasalso cards ATTKST: checks must be filled out and St. Augustine. At 8:15: Key-
'been added ito the sched- He said the added cent' In
(SEALS ) returned to the VA by Jan will Bun
/ Barbara C; 3mythe, stone Heights play ule and will begin Jan. 22 at the letter rate is a 20 per cent
Clerk i-tg-2tc. uary 31 or payment of the
7:00 the Increase compared to a 24 per
nell.Friday : p. m. at Daytona
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT pension will be stopped, Nixon night's losers will Beach Adult High School at cent boost in the rates for

reminded. play Saturday night at 7 p. m. Mainland High School. Regis mailing newspapers and magazines
"" and Friday night's winning and 34 cent hike
Sealed bids will be received trations for the course are on a per
In the office of the City Clerk of LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT teams will play for the tournament a first come-first served basis for advertising circulars, "oc

the the Civic City of Center Bunnell.Building Florida, on, or in NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS championship startIng and are taken at the adult cupant" mail, and other mo-

before 4JO: p. m. on the 16th day MEETING at 8:15 p. m. Saturday education office on !the DBJC terial in the third-class cate
of January, A. D, 1968, for one Notice Is hereby given that
(1) heavy duty 1968 van-type the annual meeting of the Stock campus. gory.
truck with the following specifications holders of the Citizens Bank of \ Three new evening courses The new rate of six cents
Bunnell will be held at the of-
Min. G.: V. W T.600 Its. fice of the Bank In Bunnell, have been added to the indus- per ounce for first-class mall
Wheel Base 120" Florida, on Wednesday, January: trial education extension and applies up ito 13 ounces and
Front Tires 800x16 6 ply 10th, 1968. at 8:00: O'Clock P. M. the new rate of 10 cents
Rear Tires 800x16.6 10 ply for the election of a. Board of registration is now open. Out perounce
Engine 6, cylinder 160 K. P. Director to serve' for the ensuing board motor maintenanceand for air mail applies up
Alternator 55 Amp. year and for the transaction repair and principles of to 7 ounces. Under the new
Battery 70 Amp. of such other business as
Fresh Air' Heater may properly come before the refrigeration start Jan. '8 and rate structure all first-class

West Coast MirrorsA meeting will meet twice weekly.. mail over 13 ounces and all
trade-in allowance
on a
Howell V. Peavy Cashier
1959 /-Ton, 6 cylinder Chevrolet Dec. 28 2tc. Blue print reading begins These heavier pieces of first
truck to be considered In Jan. 15. The course will train class and air mail subject to
bidding. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT" and the single rate schedule will
I persons in construction
Prices to be F. O. B. Bunnell,
Indicating approximate deliverydate. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ,allied fields in reading and be delivered by the fastest
LEGISLATIONYou Interpretation of prints. Inter- available means of transportation -
Each bid hall be addressed to
will please take notice .
I the City Commission, P. O. Box the will seek ested adults may obtain information
that undersigned
> 756. Bunnell, Florida S2010, the Introduction and passage of by calling the DBJC A fiat rate of 80 cents will
t, marked "Bid on 1968 .Heavy a special or local law at the office at 2551476. merged into a single category.
Duty Van-Type Truck" The
next special session of the Flor- BASKETBALL GAMES
i City Commissioners reserve theright ida Legislature that would enlarge A new class in hotelmotelfront air mail over 7 ounces will be
to reject any and all bids the present municipal limits TUESDAY NIGHT office procedures will begin be charged for all.mall In this
and to accept the bid that In Its of the Town of Marlneland.
Judgment will itiOt bestInterest Florida, existing In Flagler The Bunnell Cagers will January 8 at 7:00 p. m. category up to one pound. For
riorlda. of the Bunnell, County, Florida, to Incorporate thereto play St. Joseph on the local at the Mary Karl division. all mail weighing more than
therein lands adjacent
WITNESS my hand and official and owned by Marine Studios, court at BHS Gym Tuesday Two sections of Motel cashier one pound, the present air
seal this 22nd day of De. Inc. In St. Johns County, Florida 'parcel post rates will continueto
camber, A. D. 1967. with beaches and night at 8 p. m. The Jayveeswill ing and auditing will beginat
I I 8Shelton B. Barber. Mayor waterways bordering thereon. start play at 6:30: p. m. Mary Karl Jan. 9. A motel apply except that the

(SEAL City)of Bunnell Florida Dated at :Marin eland. Florida The girls will travel to night auditing class begins postage on matter weighing
ATTEST: this 26th day of December, 1967.B. Feb. 27 at Quality Courts between one and five pounds
Park and timeis
/Barbara C. Smythe, C. Townsend, Jr. Orange game headquarters. will change at half-pound Intervals
City Clerk n-n-nt. 1228ltc. 5p.m.
rather than one pound

: Intervals.

Postmaster Mercer said the

""'. new rate structure will meana

reduction of postage on
,, '
some parcels.
Another rate change that

r / will affect the general publicis

.. the increase from four to

six cents for th first two oun

ces of individual pieces of

third-class mail Unsealed

greeting cards may be sent atthis '

\ ROSE rate. Postmaster Mercer


: "We have an ample supplyof

: one-cent stamps on hand"

H / Postmaster Mercer said, "for

those people who have five-

1 cent stamps and needonecent

BOWL" stamps to make up the

postage required under the
new rates"

Higher rates also 'will go

into effect January 7 for all

categories of second-class

) mail, bulk-rate third-class

(' GAME : i { mail, controlled circulation

mail, and the educational materials

category of fourth

class mail. Mailers, using

these classes who need information
on the new rates

2At should contact the local Post
4 / Office.

The Postmaster added the

In Ir' HOLBEIN Y4210 I Christmas season outgoing

t;. Contemporary styled corn mail was about the same as

/ console In grained Walnut color last year, but Incoming mail

FULL ( Y42 10or In grained Mahogany showed an Increase in parcels .
color R). Super Video Range and letter malls.
; ,' ;'I (. Tuning System. 6* Oval twin-cone
speaker.HANDCRAFTED. .

Y t.l

HAPPY QUALITY Social Security

$49995 I NEWSIf
you wish to file a claimor

NEW YEAR if you have any questionsbout

HANDCRAFTED Social Security or Medicare .
visit the Daytona Beach

\ for unrivaled dependability District Office or get In touch'

with us by mall.
i Zenith High Performance Handcrafted Chassis
I you cannot come to D ,y- '
No printed circuits no production shortcuts tona Beach
a special security
;. for unrivaled dependability. representative will be in Bun-

jr Harris Zenith Rectangular Sunshine Color Pkture Tube1 nell on the following data*:

for greater picture brightness with redder reds, Meeting Hall Filler How-

brighter greens, and more briHient blues. ing Project ap0 Bacher Sleek,
Tuesdays, 9:30: to 12 on Jan.
Exofuetve Patented Zenith Color Demodutoter
9, Feb. 13 and March 12.
Circuitry for...*...,-,true-to-Hfe Cofor TV twee.7w Considerable time can be 1

Appliances N saved if persons applying tot
1lr? 7"h""Iv' benefits bring die following

proofs when they come hi to

PHONE 437-33 403 W. MOODY BLVD. file a dim:

flWM y tott in MMW tht ..". 1. Social Security Cart.
BUNNELL, FLORIDA 2. Evidence of age.

3. A record of earnings for

N*JW""' '''tel...,.,,.,,.,(If 11M...M "" ,.,.,*.,aT*.,..III III..,III Jar JW 111I**.,....,III...,.,.,1W.,111I.,JW.,JW 111I last year.8THE .

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