The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
January 4, 1968
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
29.4675 x -81.256944


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note:
Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).

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St. Johns tribune
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Palm Coast news
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Day A.M P.M.)1.. P.M.
4 11:85 11:315 4:20 5:00
Linda Skotar and. Walton 5 11-15 11:18 5:66 5:31 Flatter Beacto Ofey

Cowart were recefltijf*notified 6 12:20 12:315 5:50 6:14>> Commission was unable to

ANNIVERSARY' of their election to Who's T 1:15: 1:315 6:40 1:00 conduct! their meeting' Thw-
Who among American High 8 2:06 2:20 1:3& 1:40 day night and set appoint-
The four day m H. KING DIES School Students. The two 9 300 3:15 8:315: 8:31 mftIf<< t'OmmlMlen re.

the Fiftieth ST. AUGUSTINE factors determining electionare 10 U1:20 9M 9:31: placement due to the leek
Flagler County was : (1) academic and athletic 11 5:00 5:20 11:00 le:31 of the necessary quentm.
big news event of \ Henry King, 92. achievement and (2) Three commissioners have
celebration involved Point died January 1. scholastic tests.'
RESIDENT resigned from the fve-man
thru the entire county Gllmore's
at Nursing
A couneil. Commission
period of six months. '. St Augustine, after a HENRIETTA DYKSTRA city Chairman Floyd Collins Vtee-
were observed at '
illness. Chairman Willie S. Harrison
months before the big King was born in Owen DIED MONDAY and Commissioner. Willis McDowell
The four days were )'. Ky. and moved to Henrietta Dykstra. 50. South resigned their
with a barbecue, air from New Jersey in
"Old Timers" dance Central Ave., Flagler Beach. Only Commissioners Wick-
residing three in
Bunnell Airport. years Passed away Monday at Bun- line and Lereh were presentfor '
In 1929 he moved to
The second day 1 nell General Hospital.She the regular session. Mayor
was Homecoming with County. He was a was born In Merrill. Herbert Fuller was also present .
of Seventh Ad
churches In Flagler Day .w Wisconsin and moved Flag but does not vote on the
Church. He is a retired bYr 'let Beach nine from commission He incase
holding special M years ago only votes
lowed by dinner and builder Chicago Ill. She was a member of a tie.. The city charter -
are his wife, of St. Catholic states of the
grounds. An air 1'ft1 Stephens a majority
featured on Sunday B. King Bunnell. two Church. members of the commissionshall
Mrs. Eleanor Math I
and It was the only She Is survived by her hus constitute a quorum.
Bunnell and Mrs Irene
was marred by bad band. Roy and five sons, Rob The commission met' again
The third day began Lucht. Decatur, ill. one { ert. Vietnam: Ronald. Chicago Friday night expecting to
Alice Brokaw. Ctn
fish fry given by Flagler ; Richard Houston, Texas; name replacements for the va.

bet Growers and was J Rod"" San Francisco, Calif. cant commission seats, but
ed with a pageant ," service will be and Randy Flagler Beach; still did not have the necessary

on the Bunnell Football today at 2:30: p. m. at Linda and Walton were her mother Mrs. Emma Coy. quorum.

The pageant contained Cemetery with Rev. both 1967 graduates of Bun- er. Milwaukee, Wise.; and a Wickline said he would

teen scenes which Anders officiating. nell High School. Linda was sister.! Mrs. Sally Obadol seek the advice of State Attorney .
Brayed by colorful are: George' M. salutatorian member of Beta Milwaukee.A Grezlk on the situa

skits and parade unks. Levi Brannam Gordon Club TH-Hl-Y, basketball Rosary was said at 7 p. m. tion.

Jean Flagler )Matthews Ids, %V. L Wadsworth. team band, and future Homemakers Wednesday at Craig Funeral The next commission meetIng .
daughter of Henry M. Lewis and Thomas of America. She Horne Bunnell. Is scheduled for tonight
and Mrs. Mary Bunnell ". Craig Funeral Home I Is earned a scholastic letter, Mass was Thursday at 10:00 at 7:30.:
daughter of Alfonso charge of arrangements. chemistry award and Betty a. m. at St. Stephens Catholic

were honored guests Crocker award. Linda Is now Church, Bunnell. Father Antonio

pageant.The BUCKLES IS taking training at Halifax Leon, officiating. C. H. COWART
anal day was SMALL Hospital to become a medical Craig Funeral Home is In

ed at Flagler Beach JUDGE technician. charge of arrangements.F. BOARD CHAIRMAN

r game and contests :..' Cora Buckles, Banneill: rs c. H. Cowart. District 3

Joyed by the youth been appointed Judge of GEORGE BLOOM commissioner, was elected .
and golf tournament Small Claims Court of chairman of the Flagler

adults firework by County by Governor DIED WEDNESDAYFrank Board of County Commissioners .

a youth dance at the Kirk. George Bloom 62. at their organization
Recreation Hall. Buckles took the Oath AWalton
meeting .
Tuesday morning.He
Chapel Street. Bunnell died
the day was the Miss Tuesday, January 2-
at his home Wednesday. Dec. succeeds Louis M. Steflik
let Fiftieth Anniversary new Judge replaces 27 after a long Illness. who has served as chairman
contest which was Collins, Flagler Beach
ty Born In Mercer County during the past year.
by the Flagler Woman's was appointed last year Ohio, he moved to Flagler Otis S. Hunter, Dist. 5 commissioner .
Miss Delores Deen was resigned.
County two years ago from was elected vice-

queen 8)W. c. BOARD Rockwood, Mich. He was a retired chairman All county employees .
DIRECTORS commercial fisherman were retained in their

THURSDAY He was a member of St. Stephens same positions and salaries.
Catholic Church Bunnell. Citizens Bank was named depository .
County Chamber of
k president L. E. He Is survived by his wife of county funds.

has called a meet was valedictorianand Elizabeth, Chapel Street; a Clerk of Court George M. .
of the Board of Directors president of Beta Club. sister Mrs. Berinard Couslno.Lasalle. Moody reported he had ar

Jan. 11 at 7:30 p. m. He was elected to the all conference Mich; two brothers. ranged a meeting with the
commissioners room at football team and all Henry and Francis both of State Road Dept at DeLand.

courthouse, according to conference basketball team. Luna Pier. Mich. Thursday morning to review
? ,ti secretary He was a member of LetterClub Mass was at 10:00: a. m. Sat drainage problems.

r and Ubrary Club and urday at St. Stephens Catholic The commissioners approved
AD EXEMPTION In athletics he won the Sports. Church Bunnell with the Rev. a request to ask for

MAILED manship Award and Most Father Antonio Le n officiat an opinion of the Attorney

Assessor Donald R. Valuable Player Award. Wal ing. Burial was at St Mary'sCemetery General relative to whetheror
announced this week ton Is now a student of Day Korona. not the county board has

homestead exemption tona Beach Junior College. Pallbearers were' Jack Holt. legal right to work on primary .

5 forms have been Jim Hall. Levi Brannam. Lee and secondary roads

out and are to be re Drazba, Terry Grodi and Mar where approved by the State
to his office by April vin Grodl. Road Dept.
Miss Delores Deen In After some discussion relative

tin to being Miss applicants for home MRS. H. SALYERDS to the motor vehicle Inspection .
Fiftieth Anniversary, exemptions will not re service" which Is
chosen Potato Blossom the application forms WINNER OF FREE required by Florida law it

CARVER HI they must go to the Tax was decided' to request a representative I
office and apply for CHRISTMAS CALLIt from the state of. ,
'Until 1967
Up Flagler
taken was unusual but It hap. nee .to meet with the boardto
had to
ty no steps
ply with Federal must be filed pened. Mrs. Henry Salyerds, determine the best way to
Jan. 1 and 1 r set up the to serve
desegregation laws. U. April Bunnell and Mrs. E. M. Stone, program

torneys stepped In and Plerson. both grandmothers of Flagler County.

erred cutting off all Sp Alvin Salyerds. were winners .
funds plus the In the Christmas BEACH POLICEMAN'
Beach broke all Call Contest sponsoredby
eventually enforcing
records and led the .
laws the Communications: Workers COMPLIMENTEDJohn
segregation by
In home construction of America Local 3102,
der unless the School
Laing. Flagler
1. 28 homes were com Daytona Beach.
were. to take positive police officer was the subjectof
and 16 had been re
Both grandmothers receiveda
Pvt C U S.
to prove their intent to Boyd Robertson
a complimentary letter received
lt"d. 4 business buildings call their
Army, left Tuesday for Ft free telephone to
ply.A erected during the year Leonard Wood. Ma where he grandson serving with the US by the City of Flagler.
compromise was Beach. Lalng had Investigated
remodeled. 12
12 were
will undergo advanced Individual Army at Karlsrhue, Germany.
out with the Federal court cottages, com a traffic accident, handled -
meat whereby Carver 27 units, were con. training.He BEACH LIONS it in his usual manner
(grades 10 thru 12) In 1947. It"ft1.1 Jet from Daytona and thought the Incident clos
consolidated with Beach after a two week's SPONSOR' FISH FRY '

High School In 1967. pI the most needed' visit here' with his parents The Lions Club of Flagler ed.Later the city received a

teachers would be most welcomed' project Mr. and Mrs. Corded Robert Beach will sponsor a public letter from one of the men Involved

Bunnell High School and << County during 1947 fish fry SUnday. January 14th informing the city how
white teachers would be letting at contract for Robertson recently completed from 12 noon to 3 p. m. at the efficiently and courteouslytrey

ed In Carver, and school of new highway be. his basic training at Ft. CIty Park. were treated. The writer I
es would te ( n Bunnell and Flagler. to Benning. Ga, where he received Proceeds from the affair stated that the policemanwent

where they covered the the worn out brick an expert markman- will be used to sponsor the beyond his necessary'

(Continued on page ship rating. Boy Scout Troop. duty In being helpfuL




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During the put year Flagler County has faced a generally
depressed economic *Ku.tkm. The dosiBg of Lehlgh Portland SIRLOIN I STEAKS lb $$1 09
Cement Company was the Brat blow. But. U was not feM too bad.
ly at he time because both Bttnnell and Flagler Beach were or T-ONE .
fairly well Ailed with construction personnel from 1-95 and
other secondary roads plus the construction of a power line
U. S. D. A. Chok.

across Then the when county.' 1-95 was opened all the way thru the county iiisT

the traffic pattern changed so that immediately service stations lb. 89
restaurants' motels and garages were adversely affected
A number of these businesses have closed or have dischargedpart
of their employees. This was followed by an exodus of
construction personnel. Added to these conditions the farmersin Choice Juicy
Flagler County had a bad season last year which made alUlthft'

dent In the economy.The MEAT STEW lb. 69
declining economic situation Is evidenced by the loss
of cigarette tax monies distributed to the cities of FUgler Beach
and Bunndl. State figures' Indicated that sales tax collections
in Flagler County had a marked decrease last year Gasoline
taxes used to support the county road department are In jeop Lean "SMOKED"NECK FRYER BACKS
ardy. Lowered assessment on Lehlgh and U. S. 1 property are
causing a decrease In total tax evaluation so that local taxes BONES HECK BOIES
must continue to rise.
However, this is not necessarily our economic demise. Some Ibi. Ibs.
people have evidenced: faith In the future of Flagler Countyby 3 $100 5 $100Lea
continuing to Invest In business properties in both Bunnell
and Flagler Beach. Others have seen the need to join together Western "FIRST CUT"
in a civic effort "to save our county and have formed a Flag-
Jet County Chamber of Commerce.' Every progressive community -
In Florida probably has a Chamber, so this is nothing new PORK CHOPS Ib. 49<'
What Is new here Is that this Chamber has county wide
support, has elected' a Board of very capable leaden representing -
all areas of the county has opened an attractive office
readily available to the public and hired an executive secretary
to handle the efforts of the Chamber. This does not mean success
I JESSE FRANKS CellVpkg.: 390 I jOur
fight; It for merely success.means that the machinery Is all set up readyto .... .

Success depends, not only on the efforts of the officers and
pald up memberships, but the active support of all committees Value No. 300 Can
and members. Both vocal and work support! We still hear OUR VALUESHORTENING
people say "Well, they had a Chamber before and k did nothing ? BEANS Each lOc
so It probably won't do anything this time." Or They have AND
got to show me what they are going to do before I join". Should Red & White ( 4-20 oz. Loaves 95c)
this attitude spread then the Chamber will have failed
As an example of the need of support less than half of BREAD 5 L 14 oaves oz. 95c 3 Tin 39C
the retail businesses are members. They may say "It costs
too much". But, what has K cost them so far by not hi ng Pillsbury 2 lb. Pkg. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
had an active Chamber In the past? And how much will it PANCAKE Each
cost' all of us If this Chamber were to fall? Really, do we' haw MIX 3ge
any choice than to get together and make It succeed?
Last October, the Flagler Chamber of Commerce had a din. Martha White
ner to Install officers and hear a report by John Smolko, State QUICK ( or
Director of Florida Development Commission. Also present were GRITS 5 gas 3geP'II'hiis' sm1a1kJ
several' prominent out-of-town executives' who are known to be
Interested in prospective' projects In Flagler I County. They were DIXIE
interested in getting acquainted and finding out what the attitude Each
of local businessmen would be toward new businesses comIng BROOMS 98c 8 o=. *
4 35
to Flagler. There were only four merchants present Fortun Cans
ately, there was a full house of enthusiastic Chamber supporters
and we did not have to tell them that our merchants were not FOLCER'S (All Grinds)
present We were further fortunate that they appeared to
be Impressed with this visit COFFEE FROZEN FOODS -
A later article will discuss some of the efforts that are being

made by the Chamber and point out more specifically the L bbJ". BEEF CHICKEN TURKEY
areas where work must be done. But, at this point we need' to 1 ft 47*
all unite In our wholehearted support, both In word and deed, POT PIES 5 8 oz. '!00
if we hope to achieve success' In Flagler County. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more. food order P.

John A. Clegg Ore Ida 2 lb. Pkg

Dickinson to tinued combat prosperity.attacks on Its con FRESH PRODUCE FRENCH FRIES Each 39c

Comments On This Is one of the fastest Golden RipeBANANAS
V growing states In the nation
State Economy ,1 I Jwith more than 2JOOO new restdents lb. tOe MARTHA WHITE (Plain or S. R.)
a week moving here

Comptroller Fred O. (Bud)*.1' Our major revenue source, No. 1 Select IDAHOBAKERS FLOUR
the sales and use tax accounted -
Dickinson said, "fI* for nearly $286.3 million 5 e s 49c
"Florida's resilient economy In collections during the 5 Ib.
will face one of Its most serious first 11 months of this year, Bas 39c
tests In the coming calendar for a dollar gain of 317.5 mil Fresh Local Green
year."Whether. lion. CABBAGE lb. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
or not it can State bank assets, under the 5C
withstand the shock waves of supervision of the Comptrol
attack which could bombardit ler's office likewise have
during the next 12 months shown substantial Increases.
will depend on several vital They are up from $19 billionto
fiscal factors. more than 3JJ billion.Estate
tax collections are up from
Among these factors which S10 million to $12.7 million.
will determine if Florida's In the first five months of the
spectacular economic climb 1966-97 fiscal year, documentary :
can continue its upward pace stamp tax collections are
without fartering or collapsing up nearly 15 percent to $10.1 Itll (
will be (1) governmental million. I (
leadership (2) stability of the Gasoline tax coI1ecUons-
state's financial structure and another economic barometer I
(3) the type and strength of indicator which wavers sharp ( II Phone 437-3227
frontal attacks OPEN SUNDAYS
to this econo
with economic
ly general U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
my.Florida health, are up more than $&3 8:00 a.m-lIOO p.m.
does have a nucleus million to $159.4 million. Race Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good January 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1968I.
of economic strong points taxes, are up to $45 million.

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ForVet.rans It is hard to Sad the pespat .
Social Security weeds is thank ....,.. NURSERY OPENSON has ewt 388 raeesies It 1Mb .

I I for the kdwdaos I have teoeived U. S. 1 .sms. II WIfW4tM e( palms.

NEWSQ. ainee my bihrsloath. Tropic Breese Nursery III Ml068 ped.e.e.. Brawn
Pe4.eal Jew prevb.. JIM '!he letepire.e oaths.mod. the latest aMHkm to tM guano meat et Isis .......

8IIiRlellnc and empis+y.and I haw .had doctor's bilks .. ytoiss, Seas and the bweeeas economy 9t Plaglc In the
lliUMIl.Rt Mr\IIee Ier Ys4n. of SUB this I have paid kMWt.c ail he been plastic propagaMowroent
yeer. County. It to .totaled at tie there are 99 099 Hewes
a**. M. T. Men eC He rise coseerwad, falls my heart move +
them promptly MM I aM MR* MtV of Me former fftttClMryS lust being staJtM. 1'Iw.....
Ida INpt. of reeerans Minks.said. than I .* sy.Messed .
roiled under the decks bill on U. S. 1 South. White the Is under rtstinuees isggie.g
The new cM War 01 part of Medicare. Wfcat del I AM geae4ul Gad hM Is 1M
nursery now open which to a mtat spray of wa
Bill- emends his serviee to do sew' me trough all ttte
btMfeeae the and
ter. Sticks or cuttings.
veterans who have served' in thoughtful gestures I have re-
A. Page 16 of your Medicare sates room has not yet been ligu.trum, viburnum phis.perum .
the military since January 31. Handbook expiates hew to lie t"fhoM. of completed so that the grand hibiscus. ,..... Korean
19H. a claim. Pace X fives you HioujhtfuhiHiii my opening will be about the boxwood and bougainvillea
The laws governing l this the proper' form to use. Since minister. idly. friends aM middle of January.Mr. are placed in beds of mixed
the law enforcement of
this will be first claim ourcounty
program provide for the asstgnment your
will always be remembered and Mrs. T. C. Brownare penile and cypress sawdust.
OC ORe Of melt Vnfl'pteyees we would be happy to help the owners. He has beenIn When the sticks have rooted.
preferably veterans, you complete the form. If you the nursery business over'f'' transplanted Into
In Neb public employment offftce need another Medicare Handbook and loIfteIf'Rt" twenty years. He particularly cans filled with Brown' own
as Veteran EmploymentRepresentatlves. write us at 115 N. we- Family likes the new location because mixture of Mack toll, shell I:

wood Ave., Daytona Beaeh. he has so much room. and, sawdust shavings and a
The national Veterans Employment Florida and well send one The kindness and sympathyof fertliteer.
Brown said he closed the deal
neighbors and friend In
Service operates Immediately.Q. to buy the Stuckey locationthe II
mother Is old our recent sorrow will alwaysbe Brown seemed to be moat
within the United States Department My very same day he learned It
remembered. The floral offerings Interested In his hibiscus of
of Labor. The office and cannot take care of her was for sale.
of the Chief of this agency Is business. Can I pay her medical visits and cards have which he has quite a large
located In Washington D. C. Insurance premiums for meant much to us. Tropic Breeze will be operated stock. Of his :300 varieties.
We are deeply grateful to as a wholesale and retail Brown has
her developed eight
A representative!' of the Veterans
Doctors Canakaris and Wan outlet for plants. shrubs varieties of his with
A. Yes. Contact local own sev.eral
Employment Service U your
N. ton and the nurses at Bun- and trees Brown plans to of them taking blue rib
responsible In each state for social security office at 115
nell General We also operate a restaurant and sell
Hospital. bons In Daytona flower shows."
RMgewood Ave.. Daytona
assurance full complianceIn
will express appreciation to the gasoline fertilizers, clay pots Ills latest development Is the
Beach, Florida and we arrange
each local office
employment and ceramic' gifts. In fact, he
Rev. Father Antonio Leon for OrchkWoL Others are Kimberly .
to bill for the
with respect to job counseling you prem
has not finally decided on
lums. the Masses, the pallbearers Brown, which was
Job referral preference and to Craig Funeral Home. a trade name that will adequately named for his granddaughter

rights and job placement ofveterans Q. I recently had surgeryon Such neighborly thoughtfulness cover all these ac Brown's Red which
: name
and Dixon encourages my right eye for cataracts. tivities.
can never be forgotten.The he does not particularly approve
all veterans who are unemployed Will my medical Insurance
In addition to the large and Barbara '
Family of ; Devins
to seek assistanceand pay for the contact lens that
F. George Bloom. display and sales room In the which was named for his
help from the local Veterans my doctor: has prescribed for
air-conditioned main building. daughter-ln-law.
Employment Representative this eye?
the contains two
In the State Employment A. Yes. This Is consideredan Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Scott nursery
plastic rooms 100 feet by 40 Stop In and visit with the
Office in their disease. However and family of Jacksonville
vicinity eye routine
feet each and a plastic propagation Browns. You. too, will enjoy
examinations visited here New Years Day
eye eyeglasses
lie the of their
room. already tour nursery.
or contact lenses due with his aunt Mrs. George

to ordinary changes in the eye Kendall and son Bruce Haw

would not be paid for. Creek.It .

Q. I have never been In ahospital this true? BUNNELL OUST OM KITCHENS

but I have had very A. No. You do not have to
high doctor bills. My neighbor spend any time in a hospital 107 N. Bay St.BUNNELL. P. O. Box 657

told me I could not file a for your doctor bills to be coo FLORIDA I

claim for my doctor bills unless red by the medical Insurancepart FREE ES'BAR riMATES
I had been in a hospital. of Medicare.


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: rLMUft" TMtetfc TKCP. JANUARY 4. ,- Pt c i.x r-arrrr lz HAIl FBLLOW3KI SU7HEK
There will be a PMbwsinlp
A .ram 'PaegarweaIMyProcedure' A IewIr New Pastas BayOpen Dinner Suaaiay. January 7.toiiw .
will be peeserMedby horse at the home of
1M meaning wee-
hoa. Alfred Jvei'.C at Mr. and Mrs. Water Morris, +r/.rt
ship aaufct a* the Fta **roAeial
the Flagler Beach Gasta
Beedt MtatMat l CIIMML
Club meeting Tuesday. J+an. .
and fiords of
9 at 1:30 m_ at the h..e *C All nearbeas
: p. .
iy the Church are ......... AA
OCAL&MISS Mrs. Charles McCabe IMS $ decorated
The Morris home WM board mertinc will beheld !
Ave. PlafferMrs. JMM. .
Daytona with
throughout m\
after the cI6M<<.
Juengllng will be annhesEess. ttMttw arrangements at sera-

senwal towers .M native PARTY AT BALI
combined' birthday ellm-
Traditional fare was prepared -
'ff holiday houtegueMs of Me*. by the hostess for t*e delicious ner and fen Voyage party
Ea < Moody Thursday nigh at the Bali
Daisy Buckle I buffet dinner **J yed
Blvd Bunnell. were Mr and by tee guests. feted Marie Muayka on her

, Mrs. Wendell Hoel l and Wayne About thirty-Ave Invited birthday and Zena Muaykawho
and Doris, Jacksonville: Mr. guests called between the left Friday far South

and MM. AI Vanderhoff and hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. m. America.
Lisa. Jacksonville; Mr. and Joining tfWr* honorees' f-er the

v )I.... Brady Wadsworth and SPENDS CHRISTMASIN occasion were Mrs. Edward
Syly... Candy. John and On- Hawkins. :Miss Margie Blakley. -
dy Jesup. Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Sherry Hargett. Mrs.
Joseph Gill. Miami and Mr. )lr. and :Mrs. Roger Turner John A. Clegg. Mr*. Lee
and Mrs. Jim Barker and Iris and Custer Durranee and son Btakely and Mrs. Otis Hunter.
and Jim Smyrna. Ga. Bobby returned to Bunnell
:Monday after a two weeks' Horn From Iceland

PARTY FETESTHAILAND visit in Las Vegas Nevada Lt. Cemdr and Mrs. J. A.
with the Turners son Charles. children Jimmy
VISITORS Babbitt Jr and
While there visited at
Mrs. George Kendall entertained they Jeff Lisa and Janice were
St. George and Salt Lake City
of his
with a party Sunday the heHday guests
afternoon at her Haw Creek Utah. father J. A. Babbitt FlaglerBetieh.

home honoring Mr. and Mrs .
Scott Sheffield who are visit. The Boa bbkts were<< enroute
ing her from Thailand. 4 and Mrs. Alvin Sal- from Iceland to Pensacola

Enjoying the gettogetherwere yards Karlsruhe. Germany where he will' be stationed
Mr. and Mrs. Frank announce the birth of a son with, the U. S. SaY)'. They
Clegg, Mr. and Mrs. Duane born Dec 28. He weighed six lived in Iceland two years
Deen. Mrs. Blon Matherly pounds and six and one-half' while he was on assignment.
Beth Matherly, Mr. and Mrs. ounces at birth and has been
John Clegg and Karen Clegg. named Michael Alvin. HOME FOR HOLIDAYS
The Salerds are residingin
---- VISIT IN WEST PALM lEACHR08C.'Of' Germany while heishee m Mimes Allida and Brenda
and Camie Lynn in Germany while he is on Tucker, students at Brigham
JOHNSEN-MASSIE and granddaughter Camby assignment of dut1th the Young University,Provo, Utah.
WEDDING PLANS Miss Massle Is the daughter spent the weekend in West I*. S. Army left Sunday after spendingthe
of Mr and Mrs. Harold Mas Palm Beach visiting with Paternal grandparents are holidays here with their

Miss Marguerite Teas Mas sle 700) Ridge Blvd., South their son In law and daughter Mr and Mrs. Tommy Sal. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray-

sie and Paul Edward Johnsen DajtonaMr Mr. and Mrs. Robert Monroe yards Bunnell. Mr. and !Mrs. mon Tucker Haw Creek
will exchange wedding vowsJanuary Johnsen Is the son of and daughters" Gina and G. W. Alkens. East Palatka. Ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. John Edward
Lynn Ann. are the maternal grandparents. -
13 In the Chapel of Johnvn of Savannah. Geor The Lynns Mopped over at HOLIDAY DINNER GUESTS

Saint Paul's Lutheran Church gia. Fort Pierce for Polly Cantrell INJURED IN ACCIDENT Christmas dinner guests at

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Keith" FINESSE CLUBENTERTAINED who Joined them for the holiday Glenn Carle. 16. Bunn..". rereived the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.

left Monday for their homeIn gettogether.Mary head cuts in a two car D. Barber Anderson St., Bun
Knoxville Tenn. after ten accident at the intersection of nell Yo't'1'lMr.. and Mrs. Pete
day visit here with their Mrs. Keene Gurnee entertained Cook daughter of Bob liwy. 100 and Old King Road Barber Montgomery, Ala.; Mr.
son in law and daughter, Mr. the Finesse Bridge Club and Evelyn Cook returned 3 miles east of Bunnell and Mrs. Claude Yarn St.
and Mrs. Roland Branch and last Thursday at her home home Monday after a week'svisit Billy Mixon. 16. Titusville.a Augustine: Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle
family and Mr. and Mrs. Lil- Palm Circle Flagler Beach. in Boca Raton with her passenger in the Carle car Byrd Seville; Dennis
lard White. Mrs Rose. sister and brother In law. Harry received" a mouth injury. Shaw Palatka; Buzzy Me
High scorer was
and Pat Glgnac and fam CarlVa collided J. II.
J. car with a Knight. Mrs. McKnlght.
ly Cameron Mrs. O. Craig
)Ir. and Mrs. Arthur Carle and Mrs. Gumee tied for second ily. truck driven by Robert Shef- Flagler Beach; Sue Chomey,
and daughter Kelll. Orange held 24 JacksonvilleMrs. Mrs.' Bernice Barber and Annabele .
Park. visited here during the Dale and Rosemary Brown Barber of Bunnell.
. weekend at the Ray Carle group will meet Thurs attended a dinner party Sat. J. B. High visited In Visiting at the Barber home
home Orange St, BunnelLMrs. day (tonight) at 8 p. m. at urday evening at the" home of Miami Wednesday through Friday was Mrs. Barber's sister
i the home of Mrs. Craig. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Phillips at Friday last week with her. son Mrs. LJllle Buchanan Pa

. Audrey Hawkins, Lansing Orange Street Bunnell. Whiter Park. J. B. High. latka.

Mich arrived via plane
Friday to be with her son.
! Floyd Hurl who was seriously
i injured" last week in an
auto accident. Mr Hurl Is a
patient at Bunnell General

Hospital.Mrs. .
Hawkins was accompanied 1
on the trip by Mrs. '
May Thomas also of Lansing.

Spending the holiday herewith SAVEBY
their parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. )tcKnl ht. Flagler !

Beach were Diana McKnlght.Landover. .
Md. and Buzzy
McKnlght. FSU. Tallahassee.After .

spending several daysat t MAIL
her home here In Bunnell ,
Mrs. Laurie Yelvington has ;
returned to Miami to stay
with her son Richard Yelvington
who Is recuperating from

surgery. at: Ormond Beach Federal

Dinner guests of Walter
and Laura Morris Christmas

Day were her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Salt. St. Petersburg .
; Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Rog SAVINGS INSURED TO 515,000

era Treasure Island; their
son In law and daughter. Mr. n POSTAGE PAID BOTH WAYS

and Mrs. John Ellis Orlando
their son. Pvt. Randy )Morris PER ONALIZED SERVICE
Ft Penning Ga.; )Ir. and Mrs.

Tommy Kahlert. Athens Ga. 5Vi% 6-MONTH CERTIFICATES... $3,000 MINIMUM/$1,000
and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kahl.


Victor and Cora Buckles and
sons returned home last Wed.rieaday .
from Ft. Mill. S. C.
where they spent the Christ-
ma holidays with relatives.

Spenctng the holidays at the
Bisenbaeh Beaeh home as 1
housoguests ef Hell and
Benton Bisenbaeh were Miss
Donna Fewler, Macon Ga.
and Alan BtI<<. JI'HIH' ..poIls.1tHhM. .


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Henry D Trojan of S'ewport<< (arden Presentation in London CUT-UP Bag
R I and his debutante daughter June 22.: The MaJknlystCotillion
In Etoinore. Denmark
Linda are shown at the FRESH LEANPORK
June 29 and the II Bal
1967 Debutante Assembly lo deck Debuttantl In Venire
in Boston Mass Italy. July 4 followed by asocial
Miss Trojan has received an ) tour of Europe
Invitation from the Duchess Linda Is the granddaughterof
of Leeds in London to be presented Mrs Lillian Trojan and
at three European deb niece of Mrs. Lee Drazba both
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PELLICEK-MISSIXNE bouquet of white pompon
chrysanthemums centeredwith TOMATO SOUP CANNED MILK

NUPTIALSMiss a white orchid corsage.Mis .

Margaret Mary Missinne. *, Hf'ltnurlf"! Kozlowski. Cans /\ Cans
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Flagler Beach Jr., and Bunnell.John Flagler Beach was maid I
Claude Pellicer. rf honor Bridesmaid was Miss
were married Friday evening. Joan Wilson. Flakier lieach Limit (8) Please Limit (6) Cans Please
December 22 at St. StephensCatholic Roy Dell Hersey was best
Church man; the bridesgrooms attendant
Father Antonio Leon officiated was Mack Pellicer FRESH PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS
at the double ring ceremony
Bunnell. a cousin of the bride
Mrs. Claude Barrow groom. Ushers were Tom Fresh Crisp Astt. FI&yonLETTUCE
was organistThe Mike, and Bob Missinne. Hd. c"
bride is the daughter. brothers of the bride. 19C ICE MILK 59C
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J.tlss1nnf'
) 144 Palm Circle, After the wedding there wasa Golden YellowBANANAS Master Chef
In the Recreation
Flagler groom's parents Beach.are The Mrs.bride.Mary Municipal Hall reception of the Building Flagler Those Beach as- lb. fOe FRENCHBAKERY FRIES e:= 1ge

Jacksonvtlleartd : _
Lou Prillcer. .
were Mrs. Bernard = ---- =- '- -= -:=
Allen toting:
Claude Pellicer. .
K zl w kkl. Mrs. Gene Durranee.
,Pa.Escorted Mrs. Audrey Water DAIRY PRODUCTS DEPARTMENT
by her father the man Flagler Beach; Mrs Hubert .
Pillsbury (Buttermilk) Everfresh (20 ox.)
bride wore a full length gownof PelHcer. Bunnrtl: Mrs.
white lace which featured Hazel Stuekey Favorita BISCUITS Can 100 BREAD 4 Loaves 95c
tiers of lace ruffle in the
back and divided train fallIng After an overnight weddingtrip
from .the shoulders. Her Pit and Mrs.Pellicer will Kraft (Fresh) Everfresh (Ref.)
bouffant shoulder length veil be at home at Ft Sill. Oklahoma ORANGE L Loaves
'S lau BREAD
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was caught to a tiara head- where he Is stationed l 9SeTip
dress. She carried an Informal with the US. Army.


f. Milk Memo; aM ewIf.wIMfe .
Late life is fell e* tonstn.jfclilly .
Ie yrrutsr. da ant JANUARY
fella aIfHttM. l'f.-.r' be
To Classify cynical about low; 1M lit the
fate e f all aMMy and dissn.ckan .
lIT ..... KwrJMVl nent It Is as pee wwi.las
the grass Take kindly the
AM8fIC M, tnany CfWaAas GWMeI of the years, .-w..
- ends I tJoMMIfe 8M tatty summering" he taints. CLEARANCE
received feet ray geed friend of yeu k. Nurture stmigUi of
2MCWAK and KM IwVUJr spirit to shield you In suddenBM9vOfvwftC
we IM tIL But 00 R8t vis*
The message it convey topartteuiuiy tees yourself with imaginlitfc. -
appropriate ta our Many fears are bom of
troubled world of today suM- fatigue and loneliness. Be-
able not only as a Christmas: 'eftd a wholesome discipline,
greeting but any time be gentle with yourseH You
throughout the year and I are a child of the universe no
feel bean repeating over and less than the trees and the
over afttn. stars; you have a right to be
It reads: : The Unsent Card" here. And whether! or not it Is
with the following explanation dear to you no doubt the SALE
: universe is unfolding as it
should. Therefore be at
"Just before he left for Geneva peace
with God. whatever
you conceive
for what was to be his
Him to be.and whatever
final journey Ambassador
labors and
your aspirations
Adlal E. Stevenson spent a
In the noisy confusion of life
weekend in Connecticut with
his old friends Senator and keep peace with your soul
Mrs. WUHam Benton. With With all its sham, drudgeryand
broken dreams, it Is still
him he had of
a copy a message
entitled Desiderata witha a beautiful world. Be careful.
notation that th originalwas Strive to be happy." Begins JAN. 4th thru JAN. 1 Sill
Found In Old Saint Paul's Whoever the author may
Church Baltimore, dated have been his message to
1692.' He read this aloud and mankind Is even more potent
than when he wroteit
Indicated that he was considering today
Its use as his Christ. and worthy of heed by all
who read.May 1l;>>;::J ;W;>>NN1fttIJ1JtJJ.1;>>
mss card this year The records
of Saint Paul's do not reveal this contribution help
how the passage cameto you through another year during Ladies Robes
be connected with the which my wish is happiness .
church nor who the author and hope for you and
was. It Is another expression yours. The world turns and Lounge Sets
of the personality of a man turning, leads us onward in
who dedicated his life to the accordance with God's plan.
cause of peace." Gown Sets

The reverse side of the card VIENNA CHOIR 33VS !
reads: "DESIDERATA" and ')
Its message follows: BOYS AT PEABODYThe Pajama Sets I

"Co placidly amid the noise Vienna Choir Boys making -
and the haste, and remember their twenty-fourth American
what peace there may be in tour, will, appear at Peabody Ladies Wool Slacks
silence. As far as possible Auditorium. Daytona
without surrender be on good Beach on Friday. January
terms with all persons. Speak 19th. This choir contains 22 Fall Dresses and Skirts
your truth quietly, and clear boys of highly trained voices.
ly and listen to others even The Vienna Choir was organized
the dull and Ignorant; theyto In Austria In 1493 to NJNN;>>;>> ;>>;>>;>>AfA1
have their story.Avoid loud sing at court and church
and aggressive persons they functions as ordered by the
are vexations to 'the spirit If Emporer of the Holy Roman
you compare yourself with, Empire With the exception One Group Dresses $5.00
others you may become vain of several years during the
and bitter; for always there Natzl regime It has operated
will be greater and lesser persons continuously for 447 year Bobby Brooks Long Sleeve Permanent Press Shirts
than yourself. Enjoy your
achievements as well as your
Regular $6.00-Now $4.00
plans. Keep Interested In your For Fast Rctults
own career, however, humble;
it is a real possession In the yEADandUSEBINGO Regular $5.00-Now $3.00
changing fortunes of time.
Exercise caution In your business .
affairs; for the world is i Kayser Nylon Gloves-2 Pair for $2.99
full of trickery. But let this t t t
not blind you to what virtue
Kid and
Kayser Gloves-$3.95 $4.49
there is; many persons strive

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LlMU 1Byavus..t1T1x .
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ADVERTISING 43ra... '.t"IAtrlanena rV ISIrlitrere .. .__ ..
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A NEW ROAD t.. :. ..t. ":Tilu1':: rnrroTO a tams ,.. MtI'IASOItA
........ -= 'A1it'Ri1LF'lal
seer dMH rr tit.
The new y*. ghw* to 1Man To mil ctWnog aM all .OTChM ..
14 NNBLL Finer BAPTMTChorUs (ipjihiiioV *. Mart ....... el.i .. ........ PAL'. VAIl "AMPNIIL JR.tR .
word. )Furs aM ......:
afresh TMs BATE 4e
.to a time to ItMt per
: B. Anders Poster To*. MM* oacfc ., yet aro hot*. .
Stwday: 9:43 a.m. Sunday over M to our y.g"taa wM. charge per .... S1J8L by et. oad r- =,1 J.t ,... A
the .oat say ela/r Y or.II'
SehooL material Aba- of Mfe.Ow SEPTIC TANK cleaning: drain wkleh y... or "tlwr of ,... one tR-
11:60 aon. Morning Worship country designates Jan ha.. s j oi.t tit..tai.* *r **r*
fl Ms Installed; Rota-Reter tnxt ArtC. <> VMCoimtr 1C1M0Tort
1 + f
teary M the new 1ft York.toa
6:30 p-m. Training Union. year snail shell Seasonable prices. .( Nrw *+ an 1MnW...... bat a
7:30 pun. Evening WowMp. which we bed a new ledge; fttet. of X.w Tok. to ... 0-.- Colt baa bees AMd acaMst. ...
Wed. 7:30 as to our earning. Bveryoni Call George James 437-3410 ly Ji te* .* &r at I* tbo tfcov. _tttt4 .*...: spd
: p.m. Prayer MB .Alive IB tk
S-l-tt e..aty Mt
br wtr4 t
you are y r* >
Service. needs a t4tne which segmentlife ...._ Ia VSEv.ta c..." soar a..wor wlUi tfc* Ctork oftMa
Florida. ..t... .! wrosth ,,...
into units whkh Court. and to serve a espy
Nursery all services. WANTED male or female tli. first osati.a.
HELP the 4 t of th.r.or apes the .....tllt orattorn
2 Blocks East of stoplight evaluation of Me may N LOOK: Splendid Raw.: .......f. All rl.lm .1'4 ........ p.Intlff' .r. whoot sane
made. not pre..ated wHM ttw t& and "41... I.:
Moody leigh business available in and In th. manner r*. rfb4>4h MR. CHA J. L n
We count our age by our Flagler County or NE Volosia h.r.ln ll b* k ir.4 so pro.tld.d AidesmTtxiswoor:
FIRST BAPTIST CBTJBCHFtogUr birthdatea. We count our anniversaries County. Exceptional oppor. bjr law.LJiWIS BB1MJ.Anrtll : )

leach by a given date. tunity for industrious person. ry BiM-utor of DAY A BEACH.. FLOttlDA.
Max Holt raster We count the time L*.t Will ana T..tanrat not Ulr than J.nvarr tm A.
as L.
years See or write Mrs. Ida Notes .
of Go""... tiers. > INI.
Sunday School: 9:43. brings new leaves on our cal 40 S. Whltne St. St. Angus If you fall to do eo, DafaultIX
Morning Worship: 11:00. endars. Human nature demands RlNARKWi (ilrhttlrxttt will stalest you frtk
write to
tine or .
By JUHKHH niNAttorney ) r li f o ma 4 tl in tho kAI
Evening Worship: 7:00 p. m. an opportunity for Dept FLL-360.1B. Memphis, for E.t.tII4H of "mlll.,,,,. The Satire of said
Wedn day Prayer Meeting: periodic evaluation.The Tenn. Nov." 30 Dec. 14. Jan 4, ItoMtli rhNkrh Ittrwot salt I brbur for
., B.seh. Florida A**i iMeaT or MAHIUAGBWITNHM
7:00: p. m. year of"1968 Is going U and 11. 4tp. Dec. il. %I. .I... 4. II. Ito ) My hail sad seat
On the corner of Third and of MM Court thU II tk day .fn
present many opportunltlei .rml>.r A. t>. Ulf.
Central for Involvement In life. The Venice Park Sub.. Canal lots BOTAL NEIGHBORS ul'-hI MOODY Clrewtt Court
world 1s complex; the frustrations 80x109. Lantana Ave. Lots OFnCEBS ELECTEDMrs. (Official 8*a 1My )

mar METHODIST are many. HoweverIt Nos. 4. 5, 6, 7; Avalon Ave. Pauline Magee was J...... Murrayir

BUHHCLLSrr. is only In the time of testIng Lots Nos. 28 and 29. Tax val- elected Oracle of the Royal D e ark.II. 21. 1I.. 3... -4U
Oliver Taylor. Pastor that the depth of one'i uatlon $9600.00. Will consider Neighbors at a meeting' Dec.

Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. soul has its finest hour. Sc cash offer for the 6}oU. Write 20 at the home of Mrs. Eugen LEGAL ADV&RTI.a.1fY

Worship Service 11:00 a. m. many people In these days J. Rummf'). 8114 Emily St., la Allen. BunnelL
i. rtiie ('Ot.tTT amore.
Methodist Youth Fellowship have forsaken their God that Detroit )l1ch.. 48234. 11-30-tfc Other officers elected to nn'RT 11 **U FOR ruo-

6:30 p. m. It is a necessary time for all serve the ensuing year' were I.KK ronrrr.; KLOHIDAKUTATK

2 Blocks East of Highway to consider their personal direction FOR SALC-12 jalousie win. Mrs. Irene Durrance, Past Oracle RE'Et1TATn JI Q. TTSIX

No. 1. Lambert Street throughout 1968. A dews; 3 studio couches, $3.00 ; Mrs. Elizabeth Kendall OFneWKY

new road stands before all and $10.00);' cabinets with Vice Oracle; Mrs. Naomi > r aM>d5IOTILK U. MOODT.I .

ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL challenging each and everyone chrome sink and fittings: ford. Chancellor; Mrs. Eugenia or ri! AL MKrORT

The .... Canon Sbunaktr of us to walk In the ways drop leaf table: cut glass and Allen, Recorder; Miss Mae .4 All that persons the un4 arw.r.hereby l.n.4 a M.sellS Kictitrli .

Priest la Chaste of Cod. Psalm 25:4 "Make me china. Ph. 439-2317 12-14 tfc Keifer, Receiver; Mrs. Lizzie of the saw RiUto baa

Morning Worship 10:00 a.m. know O Lord Tucker, Marshal; Mrs. Minnie rompl.. '''' the admlalttratlonth
to thy ways ;; FOR SALE at Bargain-bM- r .f and baa Alod In MM
Communion first Sunday of teach me thy paths. How-ell. Assistant Marshal Court br Anal report and will
room. 3 bath home and 4 at a ultaMo tlm In January.If .
each month. All electric air ; Mrs. Susie Riddell. InterSentinel *I. 01. her appllralton for
Thrre miles east of Bunnell apartments. ; Mrs. Florence Anal*. Obeetloaothereto.
conditioners and T. V.'s. OnUS If M uJyMod.
on Highway 100.CATHOLIC STENSTROMANNOUNCES Hwy. No. 1, Volusia Coun Norcrosa, Outer Sentinel; Mrs. Afl.r 'r'If'Iao of publication
Bea White and Mrs. Louella showing tbl MOtle baa
ty. One-half cash. Phone ownS born published onro a week for
CHUBCHCSBev. 4373628. 12 21, 3tc Wells Managers.The four f'OftHnlU.. ",..II.. the mat
Fro Anthony Leoa. Pastor er. new officers will be Installed 'er of approval of Md report
and tho ordvrtn of dutrlbution
ST. MARTS. rORONA TOR SALE International Jan. 22 at a meeting of said ..ta'. will tome b.'.r.
Sunday Mass: 7:30 ajn. attorney Douglas dump-truck. two-ton. 74x14 at the home of Mrs. Lime the Court.

Weekday Masses: Mon. Wed. Stenstrom today announcedhis ft. body. Good tires. Ready to Tucker Deer Road. Bunnell. /./Manic* ..r'I
A* Eiorutrlt of
and Friday at 8:30 ajn.rLACIXH candidacy for the U. S. roll. Ph. 4373628. 12-21-3tc. Dowor D. Moody
CHAPEL House of Representatives for Tint nubllcatlon .n D.c*.b.r
Weekday Masses: Tuesday. the Fourth Congressional FOR SALE-Restaurant equipment Doe. l/. II. it Jan. 4.-4 tc

Thursday and Saturday at of Florida. Stenstromwill All or any part for sale The National Council on

8:30 a. m. run In the May. 1968 at bargain prices. Ph. 437- Compensation Insurance .is LEGAL ADYxTlsnxtexs

ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL Democratic Primary and will 3628. 12-21-3tc. seeking" a 5.6 per cent In i. TIIR rmcrrr tome or

Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. seek the seat being vacated crease: In rates to pay for $14 riuuLKK CO".'I'Y. rLoni.IIA .
by retiring Rep. A. S. Herlong. SPAR TIME INCOME
million In additional Work.
!. C_ !lo. !oil
THE METHODIST CHURCH Jr.. of Leesburg. Refilling and collectingmoney men's Compensation benefits EVELYN M BOWMAN

Flagler Booth A graduate of the University from NEW TYPE high ordered by the 1967 Legislature. inalntlff..s.Fnananleic.

Reynold Nelson B"",. of Florida and Stetson quality coin operated dispensers EARL OOWKAHU.f..llt

Minister College of Law. Stenstrom Is In this area. No selling.To State Insurance Commissioner "OTI."I1 TO DIiFac'o

a former Seminole County qualify you must have car Broward Williams will TUB HTATK OK nx>RIDA. TO'ritKDKUICK
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. to $2 00 cash. UA11L DO WHAN.:
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Judge and a former memberof consider the request today In whose ...',...,. and post .,.
the Florida Senate, representing Seven to twelve hours weekly public hearing in Room 213 ft... addrtM ar* ..k......
Choir Rehearsal Wed.. 6:45 Brevard and Seminole can net excellent monthly You aro notified that a
Carlton Building Comp.
pull ha b*n AIN against you
pjn.Men's Counties. income. More full time. For troller's Hearing Room) In In tho abovo ntltlod eaves: and
dub meets the write P.O. nrbr rqulr t. SU
personal Interview you aro
The Fourth District is comprised Tallahassee, beginning at 10 of
Monday of each month at your n w r with lbs O rk
of Citrus Flagler Her- BOX 10573. DALLAS TEXAS A. M.Teh. this Court and to .rrr. a copy
7:30 p. m.Woman's. Marion St. 75207. Include phone number. thereof upon the plaintiff or
nando. 1967 Increased
Society of ChrIs. plaintiff attorney, whose noire
tion Service the 2nd Thurs Johns. Seminole Sumter Vo January 4-Itp Workmen's Compensation and address ins
lusia South Duval and North benefits from $42 to IIEI). II. NEWTON
day. 9:30 a. m. 2 Bedroom unfurnished house I.. O. lice 2ISlalatka.
South Daytona Avenue. Brevard Counties back of Brannam's Grocery. $49 a week' effective January Florida. 2JITT
the U. S. not later than January It. A. I>.
He has Contact Duane Deen 437-3228. 1. 19C8. NCCI officials estimated XI.

JayCee Distinguished Service evenings.' 1-4-tfc the Increase would If You fall to do no. Default
BT7NNELLPENTECOSTAL one of Florida'sfive will bo .Rt.rod against you for
Award as
cost Insurance companies an
HOLINESS the r.ll.f demanded In tbo bill of
outstanding young men; HOUSE FOR SALE-3 bed. additional $3.4 million a year complaint Tbo nature of MM
.... John Llngold. the Seminole County C of C. room frame construction. Located in claims. suit bolnc for
10:00 a. m. DIVOnCEWITNESS
Sunday School Service Award and twice has 407 E. Lambert. Call my band and seal
11:00 a. m.
Worship Service received his County's Good collect Tampa 9326102. Gulf of Mid Court tblo |5th day ofIivc4
Life Liners Service 6:30 >mbor A. I>. I tit.OEOIUIB .
Government Award. Shores Building Co. $100.00 BAND PARENTS TO M. MOODY

p. m. Evangelistic Service During his Senate service down payment balance DISCUSS TRIPBunnell Clerk of ad Orewll

Evening 7:30 m. Stenstrom received the Allen monthly. Dec 4-ll-2tp. Band Parents Association Official Court
p. Morris Award as the Outstanding By Julia II. Ifanroirt
nRoad.CCMMmmT. Term Senator Used full size bed. mattress will discuss plans >.puty Clerk
and springs. $1230. Jerry's for the band students trip to Dc. 21. it. Jan. 4. 11, 4fr
and later was named by the
MEMORIAL Furniture and Appliance Old Jacksonville Jan. 21, when
and T. V. Correspondents
CHURCH in the St. Petersburg poll Dixie Highway 2 mil S. Kcrona. they meet tonight at 8 p. m.

Flakier leach as one of the four most valuable Ph. 4373752. 1.4-ltc In the band room according Herbert and Eugenia Allen

BOT. R. W. Dicker Pastor members' of the Senate. ] black and to Bandmaster Brupbacher.Mr. have. their houseguests Mr.
Communion every first Sunday LOST-Brown Brubacher stated the and Mrs. Reginald Miller )It.
male 2
of each quarter. white Beagle years Biggest Little Band In Dixie" and Mrs. Paul Hotpelborn and

Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. 111k old. Lost In vicinity of Flag had been invited to participate Mr. and Sirs Charles Daley.

Worship Service 11 a. m. ler Beach. Reward. Phone in a pre-game show at the all of Creencastle. Pa.

Daytona Avenue. South of 439-2442 nights or 437-3434 All Star Football Game In the

SchooL days. 1'4-ltc Jax Gator BowL

= O. F. ALFORD .

Friends of Mrs. Becky degg PtIncS '

WE MAKE will be sorry to learn she is a

OUR OWN PAINT ?O HASTINGS MATTRESS patient at Halifax Hospital In Real Estate Broker

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Daytona Beach where she Is 11IIUMD. I'1od&I

Boy DiwctSorWhyParMort 9 710.12 Lemon SL undergoing testa Wishing hera ......

PaJ.tkFlorida speedy recovery.
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3 LA TICS *fc Phone EA 5-9166
Furniture UpholUrin
Ca11oU' tI YOUR HOME Repairs & Refinished Flagler County Insurance
| Mattresses & Box Springs

2 Outside White 19 fall u*fOU fH UnMAfI' Mod to Order.Also Renovated

OIL BASE roa WOOD HOME INSULATING CO. Con Laura Morris 437.3233 Agency Inc.

Yeomans Nationwide 557 A&dwws st. Onnond each After 1:00 P. M. ,

Paint Factory Office C72-0745 Home 2SS-3232 PRICES SEASONABLE All Forms of Insurance
43* 0*. C. S. 1.Hood Aj*. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED
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Jut as BOOT as roar 305 East Moody Blvd. .:. Phone 4373171Biutnall
tt 5r5 e5e.l.aERG Phone Of Post Office
Carol Fryman. Florida
is spending the college noil- S Drop Us Card or Can ,

days here with her parents Free Pick-up & DeI nary LI UFE-FIRE-AUTG-CASUALTY

Mr. and Mrs Bill Fryman.

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MariN. OW JIMiIe districteonialna and lost their bad after Ray ? Coach Hardtn
FLAGLER natM r. 9t. Johns Knttx. Darren Britt and John NOm5ES' Coach Jack Hardin wilt
complete Ms fourth M
Putnam and Lake earnaes feok were tested owt High "
i Continued from page 1> head bosnetfcaU eaacfc at ]Bw-
with three fereaen atlVe* and scorers" far tmtneil were RabWtt
routes senator to be elected. Two Johns ... neil High School May. ...
one **. 27 pot. Joe : .
The Board atitttmiteed' totals 1 In 1965 his twain was rmimr-
primaries and ft general Moe- Bwham. 14 points and John
program in the Spring and tien were required. AIM, the Cook 11 point up i In the group 8. Class R.
made their plans during HieSummer tournament His cairn this
county had a school tax election
dose Saturday
to put this program game on year have a reseed eC sfcc
and the cities melt had .
into effect Just before school night.. the KeystoneHeight wins and three losses to d4e
opened In the Pall a petitionwas an win over Metros by A graduate of Canon Newman
Other event ol the year
88 to SI.n.e
was aseesaw
circulated over the cowir game College, klorsoq Qy,
were: Circuit Judge W. L
most of the Key!
r acquiring over 500 names, way Tenn. Hardin received'
\Va* werth. the Ant efeettk a
tone I Ie coached by Sidney
including some Negro signers Judge from Flap County Masters degree from Pea body
Mlddieton. formerly of Bun
the School Beard.
requesting t
College it Nasnviiie, Tenn.
was robed in a ceremony In
nell They earned 33
to rescind thetr plan and offer
Coach Hardin played college
Palatka presided over by
from free' threw.. Keystonehigh
freedom of choice for all
Judge Howell MeKon. A football for four "".
student In all school Afterseveral scorer was Sandy Gray.
During his career he has
luncheon followed at the Pa
son with 20
School Board meetings po4naFriday
latka Country Club. served as assistant teach at
which were well attended night games' in the
BtmneH Water System was Bunnell Invitational Tournament SfovI< by the public and at which
much Improved by the completion saw St. Augustine win years: two years at Cress CHy.
views were strongly expressed
very of the water softening Fla. as assistant coach and
an 83-36 victory BASKETBALL
easy over
the Board voted by 3
system. Also. a crisis was faced Melrose. while Bunnell one year there a* head football
to 2 to continue with the program played SCHEDULE
during the spring when the coach
ass planned.' a hard fought game to winover January S
city was almost out of water Coach Hardin has been a
It is noted that during the Keystone Heights by 58 Bunnell Boys vs. D A B. there
four months of the school An emergency! measure saw to 45 Bunnell carried! a nar Carver vs. Campbell there member of the Burnett High

year there have not been any the City drill another well. row lead during most of the Jan. 9 School faculty for seven years.

incidents of a racial nature Mrs. Cora Buckles! was elected game and did not really walk Bunnell Boys vs. Hastings The first three' years at BHS
District Commander of the
it seems that the school personnel away with victory until the there. he was assistant football and
Fifth District of the Department
last few basketball coach.
!. students! parents and Ion. 12
of Florida of The Amer
to be The games were well attended Bunnell .. Coaeh Hardin and his wife
general public are 80)"I. Baldwin
lean Legion She is the first
commended for the smoothness with many team followers there. Bobbie and their daughters

with which this consolidation district commander from Flag- coming from Melrose Bunnell Girls vs. Clay High reside! on Anderson Street,

has worked In Flag ler Rufus Miller Keystone Height and St Augustine here Bunnell
retired as
her County on both nights. Bunacll Takes St. Joe
postmaster of Flagler Beach
Bunnell Varsity won a decisive .
after serving In that capacityfor
fifteen yearsGoDickGo JoTvess Win 77.27 victory over St Joseph! BUNNELL GIRLS WIN

INTENT FOR FLAGLER a horse which TheBunnt"11 Junior Varsity cagers here Tuesday' night Bunnell Girl tigers traveledto

was bred by Ramon Tuckerof smashed their way to a 77-27 with a 75 35 score Bunnell led Orange Park Tuesday nightto

The people of Flagler County Haw Creek got In the high victory over St. Joseph here at half. time by 45 to 19. take. a_51_to 32_ victe y.
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In the midst of a depressed -
money winnings by winningthe
economic situation were!
Ruidofto Down in New
quite happy to learn that a
Mexico and Evangeline Downin
huge! recreation attraction
called Marco Polo would be Louisiana. Citizens BankOF
Flagler Beach Lions Club
located on the FlaglerVoluia -
containing 42 members, was
County line! at the Old Dix:
organized" at Flagler Beach
I ie and 1.95 Intersection. The
and officers were Installed at BUNNELL
attraction as announced would
a dinner at Daytona Plaza
feature a large ell matron
which would be a huge gar Hotel BUNNEU. FLORIDA
City Floyd
den enclosed In glass with
Collins. Willie Harrison and
climate control. The
project McDowell of Flagler Beach resigned STATEMENT OF CONDITION
which was scheduled to start
in the later pan of December -
construction early 1968 would leaving the city without December 29 1967
cost over $10,000,000 and employ
a quorum. At the close of
1000 ASSETS .
over people
the year plans had not been

BEACH PARK HASSLE worked out for continuation Cash and due from Banks $ 615.15S.7S
of the business of the
Just before the start of the New business developmentIn U. S. Government Bonds 1009750.00

Plagler Fiftieth Anniversary the county included construction State, County and Municipal Bonds 756,095.18;

activities the City Commission of Professional Arts Loans 2697149.05;
at Flagler Beach! realizedthe Building In Bunnell to house
need for additional parking the offices of Dr. John Canak Bank Building 97000.00

for the extra crowds anticipated arts and Dr Russell Blanton. Furniture and Fixtures 28,000.00

and attempted to Anderson Drugs office of Other Assets 6,847.33
rush thru plans to make a Charles Tlndell attorney, anda

parking area out of the east dental office The Land and 15,209.995.34

portion of the municipal park. Sea Fashions moved Into a LIABILITIES:

Since! consideration of the new store next to the post of.

parking lot had already' created flee In Bunnell A Jiffy Food Capital Stock $ 150,000.00:

considerable discussion, Store was opened in Flagler Surplus 250000.00

several citizens Immediatelygot the! Beach as was new quartersfor Undivided Profits. 60,898.97
an Injunction to stop Jim's Lounge and Package
city from completing the park. The City Commission of Flag Reserve for Contingencies 25,000.00:

Senate Bill 1531 which became her Beach enlarged the pier so Dividend No. 10 6000.00

law in July provided for that It contains a new lounge Deposits 4718096.37
an election to be held to determine and tackle shop. A recently

whether" or not the constructed Abstract Buildingin 15,209.995.34; ;

voters" wanted to restrict the Bunnell contains the Flag

City from building a parking let County Abstract and Insurance -

lot In the park area The elec. Companies. FredFruits

tVm was held In December jeweler" and law office

end by a vote of 201! to 93 it of Leland B Shaw. OFFICERS

was decided not to build a

parking area In the! city park. ST. AUGUSTINE WINS Charles EL Creal ....?.._......President

MANY ELECTIONS INVITATIONAL TOURNA Tom E. Holden... ... ..?...Vlce-PresUent

In November" of 1966 the vots WENT
< thought they had decidi Bunnell lost a heartbreaking Lily J. Creal ...._ .-.Vice-president I

who would represent them game Saturday night in
I i the 1967 session of the the finals of the Bunnell Invitational Howeil V. Peavy.........._.._._-Cashier

lorlda Legislature. However. Tournament! as
Tie! Supreme Court determln- they lost to St. Augustine Camte C. Lynn .. ..\sst.DIRECTORS Cuifer

e' 1 that the Florida Legislaire Bunnell had led all throughthe

: was not properly appor- exciting game down to

t oned. and proceeded to dl the last few minutes of play

< de the house and senate dist when St. Augustine finally

lets as the District Court saw took the lead and won by a
of GO to 67. At the half
I :L Flagler County was platt score
I In a senate district con- Bunnell led by 12 points; 13 O. F. Alford

;t i Inlng Putnam. Clay and points at the third quarter John A. CleggR.

1 W. Cody

Charles E. Creal

, FISHERMAN'S INN Lily J. Creal ':

Tom E. IloldenEMPLOYEES I.


and meet the Costellos for your favorite

Mary Lou Durrance

-SNACK and BEER- Rena Forsan

BIG OYSTER ROAST JAN. 6 ,i' 'i Claudlne Grace Phipps Hesford

Jeffrey Scale .-.... .
ALL YOU CAN EAT $1.75-2 P. M. TILL \ Celestine Stanlsh !

Lucille: Webb .
Open 9 Till Week Days-7 Till Week Ends I

Flagler at the Bridge 439-9211



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