The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
January 11, 1968
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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a regular. meeting AvidTuesday The. Flagler County Grand Adolph Deer 79 Oca I*.
meriting the School Jury reconvened Wednesday Ant Tax Assessor of Flagler !

Board called for bids for replacing morning to continue the .Investigation County, died early Monday
the roof on Flagler of the murders of afternoon in an Ocala Hospital
Gymnasium at Bunnell High two teenage boys Daniel after a lengthy illness
Sefceol. The original roof placed SehuMa, BfeomAeM. Ind. and Born in Beat.)'. Ga. he resided -
on the gym at time of construction James Moorfo. San Amelms. in FlagJer County from
has lasted about 39 Calif.. wiwee bodies were 1967 until early 1990 He was

y ftM. The mpcrifii ttc HC was found at Favertta November employed in the turpentine
designated to draw up the 20. btttfw with his late uncles
speeifleatioM with the advise Kit Hayden 21 awaiting extradition Ike Moody. Bob Moody. Sr.

of a roofer.Mr from Baton Rouge.La. and George Moody. Sr He wa,
Joyce Townsend' was was indicted for murder a retired Star Route carrier
employed as school aide at by the Grand Jury on Dec 11. of the Post Office Dept. He wasa
Bunnetl High School to re Also charged in the killing member of the Ocala First

place Mr*. Shirley Chamber of the two boys is Norman Methodist Church.
who resigned last month. Garret, 21. who wa arrestedin Funeral servlees were Wednesday
Leaves of absence were Oklahoma and Is being morning at 11:00: at
granted to Walter Morris Supervisor held In the Flagler County the First Methodist Church of 4

to attend State Department Jail. Bunneil. The Rev. Charles County Sheriff P A Edmonson is pictured with the

of Education meeting Gypsy a German sheperd Kinder Clement o#riati'd. Distinguished Service Citation presented to him by Dan R
Certification dog owned Garrett Burial followed at
on ; by wa Espanola
State .
Attorney Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida
Mr*. EvangeHne II- Ray. librarian shipped to Bunnell from Okla. Cemetery.He' .
maternity leave; Miss homa last week and Is being is survived by his wife, The honor wa conferred upon Sheriff Edmonson for his

Barbara Field, music teacher boarded' at the Flagler County Bessie, Ocala, two sons, John. outstanding accomplishments of Law Enforcement
to attend music conventionin stockade. It is expected' the Ocala; and George. West Palm

Daytona Beach.A dog will appear before the Beach; one sister Mrs. Ruth
letter' from Mitchell. Jury for identification purposes. Ireland Orlando; a half-sis COMMISSIONERS

Wade Assistant Superintendent ter. Mrs. Alma Dent and a DIED FRIDAY WITHDRAW
In Research State Department A 19 year old go go dancer: half-brother John Upchurch
of Education was readto Melodic Rae Tuegel a material both of Orlando; four grandchildren MORNINGSteven RESIGNATIONSThree

the Board giving notification witness in the case arrived ; four great-grand Ishmel Cowart G6,
that Flagler Beach Elementary Friday from New Orleans to children; several nieces, nephews U. S. Hwy. 1. Bunnell, was City Commissionerswho
been designated before the Grand and cousins who resigned December 16
School has appear Jury. many dead on arrival Friday rooming
an Isolated school be. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schultz reside In Flagler County. at Bunnell General Hos withdrew their resignations at
cause the enrollment had Bloomfield Ind., parentsof Pallbearers were Louie pital. a Special meeting of the
dropped below 120. Supt. Coy Daniel Schultz arrived In Deen Orlando; Herbert Deen, Flagler Beach City Commission
Mr. Cowart was born In De-
Harris stated that a numberof Bunnell Tuesday night M Baxley. Ga.; George Peen Jr., Friday night. Commissioners
kota. Ga. and moved to Bun. .
new students had been enrolled they could be available if Melbourne; Nolan Ward. Lake Willie Harrison, chairman
at Flagler Beach so that called by the Grand Jury. Butler D. A. Lewis. Jr. Lowell nell 13 years ago from Ash. ; Floyd Collins vice
burn. Ga. He was a night
chairman and Willis McDowell
; -
presently there are 121 atnaelt"f and George M. Moody,
watchman for the Wads-
withdrew the resignationsthey
Bt"a'h.Tht" Bunnell.
BUNNELL CITY worth Lumber Co. and had had submitted and were
Superintendent reported been employed by the firm for
returned to their positions on
that the State office had COMMISSION'MEETING
' the submission .ol LEILA HUPST the past 13 years. He was a the council by unanimousvote.
requested PASSED AWAY member of the Pentecostal .
additional to fill the
an name
vacancy on the Junior College At a routine meeting of the MONDAY P. M. Holiness Church.He Also In attendance were
Advisory Board. The Bunnell City Commission Mrs. Leila D. Hurst. 76. 1410 ls survived by his wife, commissioners George Wick-

name of Lewis E. Wads Wednesday night the commissioners Flagler Street Flagler Beach Fannie; and several nieces line, who has been serving as

worth HI was previously sub approved salary passed away Monday afternoon and nephews. temporary chairman Howard
mined but not acted upon Increases for the city's police at Bunnell General Hospital. Funeral services were Sun. Letch who was appointed
due 4o the fact that regulations men. Police Chief Edwin Pel- day afternoon at 2:00: at the temporary vice chairmanand

require that two names liter will receive a $ .83 weekly She was born In Sunnyslde Bunnell Pentecostal Holiness Mayor Herbert Fuller.
be submitted to the State CabInet Increase and city policeman S. C. and moved to Flatter Church with Rev. Lamar Un- Other transactions of the

Supt Coy Harris and Herbert" Anderson willreceive Beach five years ago from gold officiating. commission' Friday night

member H. V. Privy were authorized a $4.17 weekly pay Holly Hill. Florida. Interment was at Espanola were:
to obtain the name raise. Survivors Include two Cemetery.
of another nominee and sub Mrs. Adopted a resolution closing .
Agreed' not to change specifications daughters, Margaret Active pallbearers were
mit It to the State Cabinet. of a heavy-duty van Lalng. Flagler Beach; and Rawteigh Rogers Ferris Solomon Registration Books preparatory
A letter was read to the type truck being advertisedfor Mrs. Dorothy Fielding Frost Joe Arnold. Buddy to the March 5 election.
Board from the Departmentof proof a brother Henry B The terms of commissioners
bids for use in the city's ; Wadsworth and Tom Pear
Health Education and Welfare water department Leonard Georgetown S. C; McDowell and Collins expire
Washington notifying ten grandchildren; and four- son.Honorary at that time.
Granted permission to Mary pallbearers were
the Board that Flagler County ten great grandchildren. Purged the voting list of the
Hall to submit plans for a L. E. Wadsworth. Ill Dave
was still In noncompliancewith Graveside services will be following deceased persons:
block house to be erected to Ferryman. John A. Clegg.
Integration requirements.The this afternoon at 2 p. m. at Bradford A. Bowen. Thomas
replace a frame structure to Richard Yelvlngton Richard
HEW has called a hearing Shady Rest Cemetery Holly F. Carmody. H. G. Heydt.
the building Inspector for approvaL LJngold WIllard Spivey J. B.
for February 1st at 10 Hill Florida with Frederick Matherly. Lewis Wadsworthand George Moody, Sr.. Earl E.
a. m. In Washington to review Lesh. Past Reader of First Thlel and Charles Tonkin.
the claim of non Denied the request of James Christian Science Church, Day P. A. Edmonson.
government Moved to adopt an ordinance
Funeral Bun.
Craig Home
Collins for a light to be placed
compliance. A motion was tona Beach, officiating. changing the meeting
nell was In charge of ar
on a pole located In the
passed authorizing the Super dates of the commission to the
intendent of the Board and center of a block.
BANK STOCKHOLDERS first and third Thursdays of
attorney to attend the hear. Instructed the clerk to each month at 7:30 p. m.
ing.The Board agreed to writea write letters of appreciation ANNUAL MEETING EATMAN INFANT
No action taken on acceptance
representative of the State to Bill Fryman. Richard Ydvington. The stockholders of Citizens
Department of Education to G. H. Neely, and Bank of Bunnell held their annual SUCCUMBSTyler of a Flag as a gift

attend the hearing with the Lewis Wadsworth for their assistance stockholders meeting Eatman Infant son of from the DAV.
Board to offer assistance In with the new City Directory Wednesday afternoon. President Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Eatman. Agreed at the request of the
testimony. signs to be placed at Charles Creal gave the Midway Park. Bunnell. died City Clerk to transfer $13. 85.-
the North and South Bunnell report of the financial position Wednesday afternoon. January > 00 from the General Fund to j
APPOINTED TO City Limits. of the bank. He stated that 3 at Flagler Hospital In the Interest and sinking fund.

MOSQUITO OAJU Agreed' to plan of letting deposits were up $300,000 over St.. Augustine. Heard a report that to Dec.
Clinton Gld ena. Flagler bids for L. P. Gas at a firm the same period last year. In addition to his mother 31. 1967 S35. 6." In tax
Beach has been notified of price to Include free service Dividend payments were the and father survivors Include money had been collected

his appointment to the Boardof charges with the city only same as In recent years. However three brothers, Brady, Scott Hired AI Zamba and Charles
the East Flagler Mosquito paying for parts. the report Indicated that and Kille. Robeaon as deputy policemento
Control Board. H T. Cook. Florida East capital surplus had been increased Graveside services were conducted replace Howard McNItt' aDd

Glddens was appointed by Coast Attorney appeared on a by $30,000. Friday at 2 p. m. at Dean Peterson who are, moving
Governor Claude Kirk to replace routine check of railroad Directors: elected to serve In Pellicer Creek Cemetery. Rev. to other towns.

George Moody, deceas problems. Mr. Cook was advised 1968 were O. F. Alford. JohnA. Max Hall pastor of the Flag Tabled the appointment of
ed. there were none' existing Clegg. Charles E. Creel ler Beach First Baptist Church a dry Building Inspector to
at this time. Mrs. Lily J. Creal. B. W. Cody officiated replace McDowell.Approved .
FRANK BBEDE BEADS Sr.. T. I:. Holden and William expending $13.40
Lenssen Officers elected were IUD GETS
MOSQUITO BOARD TIDE TABLE to purchase books for the li
Frank Brede was elected Charles E. Creel president; orr BEAT
chairman of the East Flagler Tidw for Jon. 11-11 Mrs. Lily J. Creel vice president A large bird described as an brary.
Mosquito Control Board at a HIGH LOW ; Howell V. Peavy. cashier "overgrown goose* discoveredat Granted permission to Mrs.
reorjaniiaUonal meeting Day AM. TM. A.M. M. ; and Mrs. Carol Lynn assistant Flagler Beach Tuesday Frank Brede to use the City
Recreation Hall Jan. 24.
Wednesday, January 3. Other 11 5:12 5:24: 11:24 11:18 cashier. morning by Mr. and Mrs.
officers elected for he ensuing 12 6:00: 6:18 12:12 11:59 Kozmlnskl: turned out to be a
year were Lyman L. Cage 13 6:43 7:00 12:09 12:54 BAND PARENTS Gannet a native of the extreme morning on the lawn at their
Secretary: and Clinton Gld- 14 7:30 7:48 12:48 1:36 FLAK JAZZ: SALE northeastern United Shell Shop on N. Hwy. AlA.

dens Treasurer. 15 8:12 8:24 1:30 2:18 The Bunnell Band Parents States who evidently veered They described the bird as
District Supervisor S. E. 16 854 9:06 2:12 2:54 Assn. will have a Cookie-Can from his regular beat. having a wing spread of six
Shields of Jacksonville attend 17 9:30>> 9:43 2:54 3:36 dy Sale Saturday morning.Jan. The Kozmlnskls discovered feet with black Upped wings
ed the meeting. 1810:12: 10:30 3:36 4:12 13 at 9 In front of P. a the large bird early Tuesday and tall and webbed feet.




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The ClMMtMr of Commerce has many fete functions ask
performs" fes duties In frpcwnUng the busiiwM oomm'H.Hy
of Flatter CMMriy. And there are not wry many dramatic hap- ROUND
penlnep tINt will eawa rtte*.r to My "Look what a great ROAST lb. 89
dumber we have." H to usually all the work pieM**; eo- or RUMPU.
operation and .<-cu over' a tone period of time that get many
little brings .....
S. D, A Choice 4TOP ROUND"
The FTaf.e* Chamber of Cammtitc to many year late in
getting started awl ha a let ef ".....RC ..," to do before
real benefit can come to Pteffer Cewrty. Heewr. it may be ROUND STEAK lb. 9S
worth ow time to leek briefly at what the toeal Chamber has

1. PIFTIETH" ANNIVERSARY. The Chamber sponsored the
four day celebration which was not only a remarkable eelebra. Choice JuicyCUBE
lien for ow own people. but broucht many. people hMo the
county time. and provided' a lot of good pubUefcy over a period of STEAK lbm 9S

2. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY. A secretary was hired to carryon
the day to day business, answer the many requests that come!' '
ta, follow-up on contacts and promote Flagter County at every
opportunity. This may seem trivial bat you never know which Lean Western <(
contacts or letters answered might end up In a home being purchased .
a new building site acquired or even a new business. CHOPS WHITE BACONlb.
3. CHAMBER OFFICE. An attractive office was opened orf
US Highway 1 In Bunneil. If It did not do anything else K would lb.
show that we are alive and "still kicking" There is an old 6ge 49cFresh
saying that even a heathen! does not want to live in a community
that does not have a church. In Florida it is Just about as Florida Grade "A' D & D (2'i-2" lb. ATJ.) LIMIT 2 PLEASE
true to say that no businessman wants to operate In a community
that does not have a Chamber of Commerce. So we havea

good 4. SIGNS.front Large billboard signs have been placed on 1.95 Whole Ib. 29

at both the north and south ends of the county. They were professionally .
designed and constructed. There Is no way of measuring <
how many people turn off 1-93 to go thru Bunneil or Flag
lee Beach because of the signs. Neither U any way of knowinghow
many people plan to return via way of Flagler Beach or I NECK BONES-RIB TIPS- $I1 oo I
Bunneil later as the result of the signs. But. other progressive" FRYER BACKS- JI Ib.
communities are advertising thru billboards. We are trying to
keep up.
S. BROCHURES. The Chamber has had professionally prepared Armour's (WITH BEANS) 15 lit oz. Can I
brochures printed and they are being distributed to welcome For MAXWELL HOUSE
.stations other tourist attractions travel agencies transportation CHILI 3 $100
waiting rooms and used in mailings. Again there is INSTANT COFFEE
no way to measure our exact return. It U just one more step 24 oz. BottleWESSON

in a total program of selling Flagler County. OIL Each 49C 6J:;. 69c
& CONTACTS.: Before we had a Chamber we had no contacts
with the Daytona Chamber of Commerce! Committee of
100 or State, Development Commission. All three of these organizations Lara Lynn 1 lb. Box I Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
are in constant contact with industrial and business Each
prospects, and all three have expressed a desire to work
with Flagler County on prospect that might fit into our econ Pac Giant Twin Pac
omy. They have already sent one prospect to talk to the Boardof
County Commissioners and have discussed others with Chamber POTATO CHIPS Each 3ge BREAKSTONE
officers. None has worked out as yet but we are on the right
track. Ladies (Popular Styles) COTTAGE CHEESE
7. LEADERSHIP. The Chamber has elected officers and directors
who can give positive leadership. Regardless of your HAND BAGS Each 2" 8 oz.
personal likes or dislikes of any of these men all are leaders CartonFROZEN 19"
with ability to get something done. This writer has personal
knowledge of contacts the Chamber president has had with EVERCANE
. Marco Polo prior to their announcement to locate in Flagler
County. This writer also has personal knowledge, of contactsthe
Chamber president has made and la atm working on fora -
large Industrial prospect to be located near Flagler Beach.
There' U no certainty" it will materialize but. without such an & 29e Frosty Acres 20 oz. BagOKRA
effort nothing can materialize. All his travel expense, telephonecosts CUT OR Each
and personal time have not cost the Chamber one cent. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order WHOLE 39C
These are some of the things your Chamber of CommerceIs
doing. A later article will discuss some of needs. Mrs. Paul's 9 oz. Pkc.

John A. Clegg FRESH PRODUCE Each




4 lb. Cello BagAPPLES

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Adults $1.00 Children Under 12, SOC OPEN SUNDAYS I ( ill ( II Phone 437-3227 I

8:00 a.m-l100 II U.S.No.1 BUNNELL
All funds to be used for charitable purposes pas j
Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good January 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15, 1968IJpt !

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While there .we appesdaMbe

CONSERVATIONCOST Would YouBELIEVE ..... In many fine inPlr .. .L 1'..... .. I II I I A whshy had aejt.d prier

o.-tt' dusi.g cl". of the o r IT .n tto the passage ef dw bisdImmblq.

SHARING atore took one of las Mt a* I *... daM wttfc thesiwt .

Farmer tailor their conservation It Happened ta rtofr wuest Mttngi anffprfiMii m war ta Vietnam ..... o0. we Outer. KMMitatM MOs WIfe
the county .history Bsswwrssaid. awsrst ...... .. a..eall ..
resets to the y .... .......! m dIM tnt ssstovt
County 24. M. 44 Tears ago of the dew ...
farm family's pecfcetbook. A. pes.s- e< the 99tli COR...... Forhistaiim
M WAS either too COM or ... we would like to have.
1 I a most InssntionMil
B. Johnston. ST.. BiutnellCHstrman
most MM or nearly
that wM insure
Agricultural Stabiittation tenner. tar the musty At the same time. Congress WM passer -
and Conservation TEN TEARS AGO very better and safer feed. ell
lest mousy in I4T. WM Mt Wind we many peen-
Am.rMn taWN. I commendmy
County Committee. Mid this Jew Ma.ek w. high score (.. ) lac problems. on the horse
.... .. Senator
*. Spes-
weelc While most farmers
shooter M the 05.1 h..1 front Enacted into law WM
TEARS AGO Mid L. Holland, for his work
knew that soil conservation THIRTY
Rifle AMee6adeA approved p1s a Social Security bill which
helps both the land and its to O. F. AlOsrd. as Chairman of the csosi.aeecommittee
too mstdws 'ft Daytona Rewire Aeeordong increaser benefits fty 13 pee-*
Pfe4wctvhy In the lone run. 4.0- Ottft A 'l I City Commissioner, t'lMt-ttt<< btfe dollar Increase that handled this

Johnston MM that many fee Ftatfer County had been! the commission voted to increase ever-which lifted the 1ftMMIft' which encouragesMates
they. cannot' afford the expense deognaied by the Secretary of its minimum I rate for minimum benettt from $41 toM to do a better job of
of conservation service from 1.75 to meat Inspection fW aswtrsfederal
practice Agriculture f. production water J a mentfe. The Mil was net
*. Studies In the. Midwest ernergetwy leans to eligible $ .00 per month. The additional a perfect one by a long shot Inspection If states fail.
have shown that It sometimes' applicants who suffered seep 2ft cents was added to but there were genuine trnproventtnts to act Also passed was a
takes 5 to 15 for conservation create sinking fund for health assistance and rat control
yean losses resulting' from' the a pur- In the Medicarebenefits
system of farming for ehase of addition motor bill. a dean air Mil whim
freece on December 12 and 13. and in other: portionsof
erosion control' to becomeprofitable and pump' for the water plant Social will help battle growing' air
Security coverage.As
in term of dollars 197.1el <-o"Royal -> pollution as well as a bill to
one of the conferees' on the
and cents, .he said. authorise continued school aid
Mike 4.t horse
MeHlia 1MfR. Prince race
bill we knew we seed a
for another I
The USDA officials' pointedout ber. placed second In the Junior owned by F. W. Hooper Ban tlgM-0.ted. House of Representatives that two bill years.which was I
that the longer farmers' Dairy Showmanship contest net was winner of a 100 dollar this session and happy a
wait the less likely It is they at the District 5 4.H livestock purse and sliver loving therefore worked for the best have long sponsored and in
which I this
will be able to meet their conservation and Poultry show. cup at the New Years Day bill possible under the cir Joined year as
problems! using only l-o-t races In Savannah. Ga. co-sponsor was passed
cumstances. was disappointed
and signed Into law. one
their own resources. TWENTY TEARS AGO (-0-)
however' that my amendment which bars discrimination In
This may be the time to Another indication of ttte Mrs. C. G. Varn. Mrs. C. O. to restore to those persons employment because of age.I .

consider' USDA cost-sharing community's growth during Magee and Mrs. II. A. Etsen- G5 and over the right to believe this measure will be

to assist In getting needed 1917 was the steady growth of bach entertained at the Civic deduct all of their medical expenses of significant assistance to

conservation' work done"' Citizens Bank which declareda Center with a dance honoring from their income tax workers 45 years and older

Johnston Mid. He also pointed 100 percent' stock dividend Duane. Joy and June Dcen<< was knocked out by thelIouSf' who have frequently been

out the advantages of and a ten per cent cash dividend and Wilfred Yarn rollf'lestudt"DtS conferees' after passageby << turned down employers, despite
pooling agreements, arrangements home for the holi-
the Senate. In the face of a record of proven competence
whereby two or more <<< > attended.
-o- days. Seventy-five
rising medical costs, I felt that and Job reliability
farmers with a common conservation
<< .o-t
Earl Brocket set a record this proposal was necessaryand
problem are able to by being on the Job withouta FORTY YEARS AGO right It would have simply -

put their cost-shares, their single day off duty as Bun- The temperature dropped to restored to our Senior Citizens Lacrosse is played by 12
labor and other resources together
nell Waterworks Superintendent twenty degrees January 3, the same tax treatment players.
to do a total Job that
Mr Brocket
began as 1908 in Flagler County and
would be too big for one farmer .
superintendent, November 27, ice was plentiful in low spots
to accomplish alone.Through .
1927 and since that timehf'
reaching as much as one Inch
the Agricultural had not only missed no days thickness in some places, ac BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS

Conservation Program Development off duty but never had a va cording to L. T. Nieland,
Group the ASC county cation. The waterworks was County Agent. Citrus fruit 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657

committee each year develops built in 1927. At any rate he was damaged heavily. A number BUNNELL FLORIDA

a cost-share program made a record few can equal. of growers had small ac-

geared specifically to the conservation <-0-> reages" of fall Irish potatoes FREE ESTIMATESBAR

needs of Flagler Bunnell High School girls which were killed The new FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS

County Chairman Johnston lost to St. Joseph In a score spring crop which had been BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS
said the committee is available 2813. Betty Babbitt had high planted was not hurt.
to meet with farmers to score for Bunnell and Myra (.o.) LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS

help them" work out solutions Bowers Nazhla Trad and The Community Improvement Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving
to their conservation' prob. Kathryn Hamilton Mere out
lems.Interested. standing guards. The Boys
Watch Party New Years eve
Laminated Plastic Fronts
farmers learn lost 3920. Cliff Sheffield Upholstery
are Invited In the Gilbert School house
I to visit the ASCS county' was point man. William Kelly Mrs. Dale Brown, gave a hum. FINE HARDWOODS
office. played an outstanding
orous reading entitled "The Most orders filled within IS working days. Now Serving
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Railroad CroulnMiss Jennie oil areas in 75 mil rod. of Bunnell.
Made Reese spoke about "When
Changes r Father Rode the Goat" and I I CALL COLLECT Day 47-3513 Night 435-1573

Master Danny larding sang EVENING PLANNING ARRANGED

"My Bonnie".

(-oJ >
1 L. Ambrose was reappointed -
1.a Postmaster at Bun.

nell for four >ears.

after you see

'II, A Review Of your doctor. .

The Session NiOn11/ bring yourprescription

: )
By Sen. George SmothersThe to
a first session of the 90th

Congress, just concluded' hash

r *r I <<>Mon many counts, a productive
and assertive session

I Though there were many frustrations fhUq( ,
and sometimes Interminable -

1 debate, on the Profoutonol Bldj.

whole both Houses demonstrated -

that they were ready

and willing to reassert their

role in legislative arena
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In fact you will recall that

I said at the beginning of the

901 h Congress that this would
not be a continuation' of the CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
s If'lislatlwhlrlwlnd which

characterized the 89th Congress H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
but rather would be a
I time I for cautious review. In JOHN CAPO. Manager

this sense Congress met its AIR OXYGENCONDITIONIBT
responsibilities\ as the legislative LADY
branch of our government ) I ATTENDANT I EQUIPPED

Thus Congress held CHAPEL AMBULANCES
Lsvsl* BUntfs-halrtd Linda Harris relaxes an the catcher sf a down non-defense spending
replica sf a ptit-CivU-War train which has lust sons Into
In a number of areas. Theforeign Phone ID 7-3532
eperatlsn at the Gnat Masterpiece war Lake Watts. Linda J
aid 'asthf'
chats with HA lallard .f Uk Un4 who spent 52 years tngln- appropriation billion. 201 E.: MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA
Therrt been semi lowest f'\'t'I'-$2.3
string trains biters retiring rtcintl/ j
change mad*. There was extended scrutinyof 1i
the anti-poverty program
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and funds were held at $1.7 "
DBJC CLASSSCHEDULED SOUTHERN APPAREL billion much less than was 17rwn -11- = ___ _==_ ..

EXHIBITORS MEET IN asked for by the Administra

MIAMI JANUARY 13th tion. Similarly, funds for the ON TIMECERTIFICATES
An evening DBJC short model cities and rent supplement 50/
Over 3.000 department and
course in blue print reading programs wire held to
retail store buyers are expected
7.00 P. M. Monday
will begin at less than half the amounts the
at the Mary Karl divis to attend the annual
Spring and Summer Marketof VOtQUA MINIMUM IXOOO-M DAYS

ion.The class will meet twice the Southern Apparel Exhibitors ers will be showing the very AI.BEIf&WAILI: AUTOMATICALLY

weekly for tea weeks. Registration which will get underway latest In fashions fresh from
at the Miami Beach Convention their cutting tables and BANK
is to persons employed
ITS W. Granada
It sound Ph. 1774217
or seeking employmentIn Hall. Saturday mom though may --- -
construction or allied fields. Ing. January 13 at 9 a. mAt and since our market Is the Ormoad Beach Florida

peter Thomas of Thomas the Spring and Summer first It serves as a bellwether
than of the for the buying trends fort .
Market more -
and instructor.Slater. Inc. will be the nation's leading manufactur. rest of the country. -; :.:;.....-,,:- ..;;..: ::




J--w: Trnimrt' THVKS.. TA!??AtT n. AXD M S. EME IOUWM =.1iB

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l'j A CMMM Auction" w** the
hilt .* the Mtew.fl4nlnff

Club russettng 'f1SISday et-
at the home of MIs. >tlsie

Brown Mow St. ........

The devotional WM given

LOCALSFLAGLER by Mrs. Dave PfcrrynmiMrs. .

W. W Deen. piuNmt.conducted .
the hurtngs meeting

WOMAN'S CLUBWELCOMES Mr and Mrs Blon It. wa announced Mr. Hem-

NEW: MEMBER: have as their hou Icy Murray. Mr*. Jennie Newell -
)lr. and )Ira. Henry and Mrs. Myrna Knight

MM. Wylte Thompson WM of Louisville. Kentucky Mill be In charge of anBffe-
wekomed as a new nwmMrf meets for the JB-Feb. seek

the Flagler Woman's Clubat Friend of Mrs.
a meeting Tuesday mem- Grime will be sorry and place to be announced:

lag at the clubhouse, Central 1M has been a tater.Mr.
Ave, Flagler Beach. Mrs. Ella' tlent at Flagler Ifo *. Brown served a deHc-

worth Sehmldt WM hosles Augustine the past two lou sweet<< course to. Mrs

Mr*. .... G Heydt, president Wishing her a speedy Of'<<'n. Mrs. Ferryman. Mrs.Newell. .

announced the following PI')'. Mrs. Knight Mr*.
numbers planned to attend ( Charles Chambers Mr*. Mar.

the Volu4a-Flagler County Martin and Bette tin McDaniel, Mr*. Tom Lens-
Federation Women Clubmeeting Jennie Newell and M sen and Mrs. Gordon Shields.

at Daytona Beach Knight visited In The February meeting will

Wednesday: Mrs. Heydt. Mrs.R. during the weekend be at the home of Mrs. Chambers

N Hoover Mrs. Charles former Bunnellites, Colony Park.EDUCATIONAL .
Sindeiar. Mrs. Earl Raggett, Inez Manuel and son

Mrs. Wm. Poosch. Mrs. Frank and Mike. ry1V SAFETY

Brede. Mrs. Vernon flames PROGRAM PLANNED FOR
Mrs. R. K. Hint and Mrs. E. P. Mr. and Mrs. Steve i F. B. WOMAN'S CLUB

Fleurie. and children Palatka District Safety Educational

Members discussed plansfor at Flagler Beach Officer Set Hal Lee of Orlando

the 1968 Sidewalk Art Mr. and Mrs. Leonard -.- ._- former Flagler County

Show scheduled for March. son and family. ing shoulder length veil Shecarried Highway Patrolman will be
Mr Defadio and Mr. the guest speaker at the Wom
a prayer book toppedwith
ton are both from the an's Club '"Saf">,* Program"
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Hiester. a white orchid.
hometown of Renova 7:30p.
Tuesday, January 23 at
Temple, Pa. left Friday . after two weeks visit at Flag HOUSEGUESTS Ethel Baker who wore a floor
Lee will show a "Saft"I
ler Beach with her mother Had- length gown of soft gold with .
FOR HOLIDAYS Him and explain the traffic
Mrs. II. G. Heydt. 1532 S. AlA. and How. matching headdress.
at the laws passed by the 1967
Espanola. David Quentin Emery,
Legislature which will Includethe
Mrs. Mark Dunson and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry 29 at brother of the bridegroom was
Motor Vehicle Inspectionlaw
Anna Jarosz have returned ney during the Baptist best man. Ushers were Buck and re-examlnatlon fordrivers
home after' spending a weekin idays were their son O'Brien. Ormond Beach and
Miami visiting with Mr. McKenney, Boston ..
daughter Brice llosford. BunnellThere .
informative Is
Mr. and Mrs. Jake program
and Mrs. Edward Jarosz and
Ormond was a reception after.ward being presented through the
and children St. ,
family. Is In the recreation hall of
cooperation of the Flagler
Mrs. J. W. Peeples,
, Mrs. liar. the church. Assisting at the County Sheriff office. Mrs.R. .
I FINESSE CLUB Ga., and Mr. and
Newsom. Jacksonville refreshment table were Misses: K. Hirst program chairmanis
WINNERS Last weekend the per Celia Joyce and Kathryn Emery In charge of arrangements.

Mrs. J. O. Craig was high nejs guests were their ring (cere sisters of the bridegroomand Hostesses" will be Mrs. E. L.

scorer Thursday evening when law and daughter, of their Mrs. William Patrick Baggett and Mrs. Charles Sindelar .

the Finesse Bridge Club met Barbara Morris and aunt of the groom. .

at her home, N. Orange Street of Jacksonville. a floor After a short wedding trip The public is invited.
Bunnell. Mrs. Rosely Cameron blue the couple will be at home at

was second high. ATTEND RODEO with an 6 Hibuscus Drive, Ormond BEACH RESTAURANT
Monday evening Mrs. Cam Ad ma tch. Beach. REOPENSThe
Mr and Mrs. M'rl
eron' was hostess at two tables and their'l. A-l-A Restaurant Flag
Myrlene Morgan -- ----
of bridge at her home N. and Mr. and Mrs. let Beach has been complete

Moore St. Bunnell. Wall wen in Orlando CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY ly remodeled and will reopenfor

High scorer was Mrs. J. O. where they attended a Mr*. Marvin Parker was business Thursday, January .
Craig and Mrs. Walter Mor & "! by guest of honor at a Birthday 18 according to the owners .

ris was second. high. PURCHASE HOME purchased Dinner Friday evening at the Glenn. and Ruth Miller.

The group will meet Monday Veter Bali Restaurant, Ormond Mrs. Miller said an attractive
Mr and Mrs. Charles
January 15 at 8 p. m. at ikl have the distributed Beach dining room for private

the home of Mrs. Martin Me. Cyzyekl home purchased on Old .." Flakier Joining the honoree for the parties. has been completed

Daniel Pine St.. Bunnell II wy.. Korona. btor 22. delightful
Before moving to << o visited Lee Blakt"l)'. Mrs. Gordon have been added to the build

HOLIDAY HOUSECUESTSMr they resided In Sayville. Child. Shield and Mrs. Duane Deen ing.

and Mrs. Frank Ernie 1 Island New" York. distributed The kitchen has also beenentirely
had as their holiday houseguest that had SENIOR CITIZENSTO renovated and new

their son and daughter HOSTS AT OYSTER oung- SEE PICTURESBob equipment I installed.HOSPITAL .
In law. Mr. and Mrs. Mar of Flagler
Louis I and Joy Wallace Flagler Beach
tin Erode Pittsburgh. Pa. and '
Tom and Anita was will show slide of photographs NOTES
their nephew" and his wife Lt. Children
hosts to of frl taken at Expo 67 when
Comdr. and Mrs. R. F. Mar. I : Delia Hall
Roast the Flagler Senior Citizens
an Oyster Catherine Jackson '
shall, Orange Park Florida. Cla>bon
evening at the Steflik the Club meet next Tuf'tIday'f'- Mlcken. Alfred Gibson. Lillian
Hwy. 100. Bunnell. ', tattle ning. Jan. 16 at the Municipal
WOMAN'S CLUB ) Hersey. Mary Phillip I ,
Building. Flagler Beach There
Jimmy Lee Btazell. Lee Dodgen. .
'ARTYNOKDAY riNETTES FETE John will be a potluck supper startIng ,
Willie Mae Gil>'ard. Odell
NITE MRS. SHEFFIELDMrs. Donahue. at 6:00: o'clock, accordingto Kersey. Lorraine London. Bun

There will be a Games Party Cliff Sheffield Walton Walter Creal. publicity nell: Frank Crawford Ralph
'''" Mr*. chairman.The .
Monday January 15. startIng prised at a Baby Sh< Mrs. Lut Raymond Doris Fllkins. Flag
at 7:30 p. m. at the Flag- the PI net to* meeting \\' : Club's executive board lee Beach: Virgil Augspurger,
ler Woman's Club building day evening at the : and met Tuesday Jan. 9, at the Ruth Evan, Michele hank.

1524 S. Central Ave. Flagler Mrs, II T. Peavy. :306 Fo home of Chairman Mildred Ormond Beach; Idelle Barber

Beach according to Mrs. E. P. St., Bunnell. Sa rrft nt. S. Central Ave.. Cross City. Hattie Battle, Crecent *-
Fleurie. publicity chairman. Members attending Flagler Beach Programs for City; Judy Mallard St.

Refreshments will be served Mrs. Sambo Tilton. Mrs. the next quarter were discussed AugustineDISMISSED.

and door prizes will be my Bertha Mrs. Tomm) Liens and it Is expected that they : Louts Moore

given away. Proceeds from theeent tha and Mrs. Sheffield. business will Include a speaker to dfevuss Leola Jones, "'attkKlfI.I'.
will be used for club The club's next at the State's new trafriclaws Richard Minchew. Richard

projects.The meeting<< will be a hobby show, and Duke, James Moore Eugene
public Is ln\ited. Feb. 7 *.t 8 p. m. at the presiding slides of pictures taken in Gorum. Jesse Gardner Katherine -
of l1,.. Walton Klnn Ben W. Europe by Rev Reynold Hoover Bankston Brent Summers. .

ANNUAL SIDEWALK Johns Park. Padrock. Announcements regarding Kenneth McKay. Kay
these and other
ART SHOW POSTPONEDThe plannedprograms Lowe and infant son: Evelyn
4-H'ERS MAKE Presi will be made later Scarbough and Infant IOl1.A.1A .
Flagler Woman's Club LAMPS together
annual Sidewalk Art Show members
scheduled) to be an event of ".11 members Daniel with
January has been postponeduntil David Steflik. Wally and RESTAURANTAND

March. Mrs. B. S. Clay Chuck Harding. Robert to
Flagler Beach is chairman of and Ricky Tuccio met progress.

the 1908 show. The date and night. January 2 with FRY AND
trio leader Frank ..
entry ff'gUlatlon.U1 be announced for the
later. the Martin Harding '
and shop to begin Sunday. WILL REOPEN
noon to
UDC PROGRAMTHURSDAY tions for making a 4.11
In Beach
lug lamp. Members \\'
structed on how to : from the Thursday Jan.
main 18th
Mrs. H. H. Murray, will present wood lathe and tools and ,
a program "Robert E. to exercise safely at the
Lee" to members of the United time. The type lamps .>p. 11:00 A. M. UNTIL 9:00 P. M.

Daughters of the Confederacy ed for the 4.11 reading CLOSED MONDAYS
Thursday at 2:45 p. m. at contest was discussed:
the home of Mrs. R. W. Cody. then each member made We appreciate your business and are looking

Sri Haw Creek. Mrs. Edith on a lamp design. forward to serving you again after being closed

Allen will be co-hostess.Mrs. more meeting' will be .1" 3 weeks remodeling.

II. T. Cook, chapterpresident till members complete GLENN AND RUTH MIlLERTLAGLBR
will preside. proj<

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TOP Prices GeedThws.

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VALUE and Monday,

SUPER MARKET Jan. 11, 12, 13 andSTAMPS

w 15, 1968
Phone 437-3201



SAVEDBulk 35 59 45 c

ferttlixer U shown being dumped from a trailer by .

hydraulic process.

There are many hazzards in tlllzer trailer and quickly receives .. -
the planting of 450 acres of four tons of bulk fertilizer FLORIDA UKAUh: "A"
Irish Potatoes. The rain the covers It with tarpaulin, PAK
cold labor and market are and heads far the field where $
just a few of the problems the mechanized planter is op-
the farmer faces. Th>* day of erating. At the same time a CUTUP Bag
the small "dirt" farmer is farm tractor Is bringing from
about past The successful the barn a load of cut pota I
farmer today Is highly mechanized toes. DELICIOUS
an agricultural Two long cylindrical conveyors '
scientist, marketing specialist one for seed sod the '
and a shrewd businessman.Last other for fertilizer are extended PORK STEAKS Lb. 49
week we visited Steflik to the! planter and it Is
Farms. Inc and found all quickly loaded and ready for
these things to be true. Whilewe another round of planting.
u. S. Choice Homemade (Pure Pork)
understand that other successful The planter does not leave the
farmers have similar field. It is reloaded at the end lb.' $ 19 Pan SAUSAGE 2 """ 990
ly mechanized their farms we of each round. It plants two T BONE STEAK JL
were particularly Impressedwith rows" at a time I !, or four rows Worlds Best
the modem process' of in a round. The seed and GROUND Lbl.
planting potatoes' that we observed fertilizer are kept in separate ROUND STEAK "" 99C BEEF 2 99e
at Stefllk Farms. compartments in the planter
Tender Delicious

Northern (Ass't.)

i Limit 4 rolls please with $5.00 or more
o- TI ISSU E food order! Roll 5

Armour (Shortening) Limit (1) with $5.00 or more food order

Lb.Ti .


Pillsbury (Canned) Limit (6)) with $5.00 or more food order

operation distributes both seed potatoes and fertilizer, Each
mechanically deposits and covers with soiL
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The seed potatoes are stored and are mechanically deposited SHURFINE (All Grind) Limit (1)'with $5.00 or more food order
in the barn out of the In the soil and covered all
weather instead of In the yard In one operation.
as in the )Mat. As plantingprogresses Lb. '
Another mechanical device COFFEE 39
the seed potatoesae
which cornered our interestwas Tin
run thru a cutting maehtae -
a dos furrow digger
that will rut the potatoes
This machine was attached to .
Into two ounce' pieces
a tractor. As the operator went
M4 deposit them in hulk form down the field he! stopped at FOOD KING Limit ((2) Please
let i a cart ready to be takento
the low spot where a furrow
the fields. the
Formerly potatoes
was needed lowered the fur
were cut by hand out
row cutter to the bed and in
In the yard and were always OLEO
a cloud of flying dirt a cross Quarters Lb.
exposed" to the cokL furrow was neatly and quickly .
Fertiliser. Instead of being cut across six rows and the
delivered In bags and often dirt was scattered across the
exposed to the rain is now received .
at the farm In bulk field.What
form In mental teedtrailers. impressed us was the
compart fact that three men were ac -_ _;....=- == 0 =
Each compartment c::== == = ;s
remains two tons and Isdumped complishing all of these tasks Boy (Jonathan) Kraft (FRESH)
that In the "old would

.drauHc detached from needed the The track! by traileris and hy. twelve have required people. And.more it than was BAG APPLES 4B..b' 39C ORANGE JUICE ''Gla, s' 59C

left In the field for the! farmerto faster and. free of weatherhazzards. Golden Yellow Kraft 12 oz. Sliced American

protected unload from as needed rain and at all Is As the season progresses we BANANAS "' tOe CHEESE :kg.oz. 55c

tfmes. hope to do some feature
As planting starts a farm stories on new harvesting and Ga. Red No. 1 Sweet FROZEN FOODS
truck pulls alongside the! fer- marketing techniques. Iba.
POTATOES Z Zge -- -- -
CARD OF THANKS THANKS Mra. smith- ((13 ...))
Large Florida Choc.. Lemon, Banana Coconut
The kindness and sympathyof Our heartfelt thanks and
our neighbors and friends appreciation to each and AVOCADOS Ea. 25C CREAM PIES Ea. 29C
m our recent' sorrow will always everyone! who ministered' in
be remembered.Our any way to our loved one and
to us In our loss and be
great !

gratitude sincere for the thanks food cards and, reavement.May you be richly blessed 50 FREETOP 50 FREETOP 50 FREETOP

floral offerings and other The Family of VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
These kindnesses
comforting acts.
With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of
have meant much to William Henry!' King
((1) twin pkg. Everfresh 3 Ibs. or more Roast (any 2 Pan-Ready

us.The Stuart Eatman Family Potato Chips kind or cut) Cut-up Fryers

Appleton Wis. had the first Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Copper was one of the first hydroelectric plant In the January 15. 1968 January 15, 1968 January 15, 1968
metals known to man. U.s. -

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I- "" --

SP4 Alvin Salyerda U. S.
Army. Germany will receive
About OurServicemen his discharge March 3t and JANUARY
will be returning home MM.
...,.,. and. their MIl prat
to return to He United Bibles
In February to await Ms ar

Army Captain AWARD John S. Camper -
son of Mrs. Mildred B. Gary Watson US Army. Ke9P4. CLEARANCE
Sarftant. Flagler Reach re- rea was recently pre+n+eted to
eeived the second award of Gary ha* been oniffnmeftt H-
Long Btntt. Vietnam Dec. :21. 1967.
Capt. Camper earned the In a letter' to isle mother,
award for outstanding 1Mri.t Mrs. George Moody Flagler
< officer' in Headquarter 199th was cold 7 below zero.
Light Infantry Brigade, near
Lone Btan. 1'
The captain's, wife F. Arlene News ForVeterans
loves at 1990 Washington
St., Davenport, to*.a. SALE

CHARLES KNOX M. T. Dixon of the Florida
FROMOTCOCharles Dept. of Veterans Affairs said
R. Knox 17. son of this week that effective Oct.
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie V. Knox. 1. the maximum age limit for
106 Howe St., Bunnell. was sons and daughters of Veterans
promoted to Army private pay Administration educational
grade E 2 upon completion of financial assistance wouldbe
basic combat training at Ft.
raised from age 23 to age

awarded Bennlng The promotions Ga.two. Dec months 15. earlier were 26.the vided The President in liberalization a new this law past signed month.Is pro-by Begins JAN. 4th thru JAN. 15th

than Is customary under an
Eligible for this help under
Army policy providing Incentive
the War Educational
for outstanding trainees.As
Assistance Program are the
many as half the trainees
sons and daughters of veterans ,
In each training cycle are ::iI> -"
who die or are! permanently -
eligible for the early promotion -
based on scores attained and totally disabledas Ladies Robes
a result of service connected
during range firing high score
on the physical combat proficiency Injury or illness.
test military bearing Dixon said they may receive
and leadership potential grants from the VA up to Lounge Sets
$130 a month for 36 months of
Airman Robert J. McDanlel approved fulltime college or
was recently promoted to Air vocational training. Leaser Gown Sets
, man Second Class. Airman grants are paid for threequarter
McDanlel is stationed at Kev- or halftime training.
I lavlk, Iceland with the United While an 18 to 26 age limit Pajama Sets
States Air Force. generally applies, a young
lie is the son of Mr. and person may begin school before
Mrs. Martin McDanlel. Pine age IS. and, In certain Instances
Ladies Wool Slacks
Street, Bunnell. continue after age 26.
Generally benefits under
In a note received from SP4 this program are for students
Alan Wayne Jones who Is enrolling in colleges, universities Fall Dresses and Skirts
stationed at Dak To. Vietnam, and technical schools.
with the US Army 173rd Airborne Below college level courses .
';;;: ;;; ;;
Division he reports he may be be taken only In
will be coming home sometime schools which offer specialized ..
next month. training that will fit a
Alan is the son of Mr. and student for vocational goal.A One Group Dresses $5.00
Mrs. T. A. Jones, Cherry St., person entitled to assistance .
BunnelL under this program whois

handicapped by a physicalor Bobby Brooks Long Sleeve Permanent Press Shirts
Received a letter and sea mental disability may receive
son's greetings from WalterA. what the VA calls specialized
Townsend. U. S. Navy stationed training or restorative Regular $6.00-Now $4.00
at More Island Calif. training.
Specific Information on eligibility Now
Regular $5.00- $3.00
Pvt. Boyd Robertson Jr. was how to apply specialized
recently assigned to Ft. Leonard training, school educational .
Wood )fo. and his new costs and related mat
Gloves-2 Pair for
address Is: US 53703W1: ters may be obtained from Kayser Nylon $2.99
Co "C" 1st Bn. your local Veteran County
1st Eng. Training Bgd. Service Officer. Kayser Kid Gloves-$3.95 and $4.49
Ft. Leonard Wood MoG&73

Regular $6.00 and $7.00

BINGO 8:00: P. M. Madyes' Slippers-One Third Off

TONIGHT (Thursday)



Disabled American VeteransJim CLOTHING

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Use DBF'Save-By-Mair Service

Mar ,.Iedh d1 .dt..sIl i5..r.d

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& OPEN 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Monday thru Saturday
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Weekly Sermon CLASSIFIED -- --- -
CHURCH Ifl;: Be*. Oliver F. Tetter roster L"L A.Y........ ns' LDAAL ANYNVSSIHSS'1'

...... N.t.MI' 6lwrelt K. vwwr li cevrri. .... -'J"..MtM

NEWS e *, Ill tk* oflteo of tk* CItj
CHftffTIANS AND THE LAWIn Ii la ICe the my of BWNtk fa
EMTATB or anrrRUDej) anno.DvMgssl04. Civic ('. iarbrforo a. N
a general sew* the 4 SS p. m. o* ...
world is always I in revolution ,.TN.n ... .....i/i1te7.Ai1lA of J...,... A. D. en
$*t NELL nWT BAFTMT&etes To !! croSltor* m4 all pof- 4.> hoary dety 1 vs.4pe
B. Aodtrs Ports Day by day chang come Inthe BATE-4c per ..... MtetaMHnefcore a.etas.t:.* claim or oVaaaMa track with tk. foll*gs.-
world. MM 0tatTo .
That which he- :
9unay: 9:45 a.m. 9lellltisySdteoi. per Issue SUM. *. MM oark of you are ..,.. : V W. 1.... Ik*.
comes stacmetitH eon lens by ......* MM roaNlroa: to praaoait Wkoal. MM* IffFront
its life. The jay e* Irvine II SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain Mir rtaJma MM 0NMMMwkMt tit** .- MinItia sfyvsLtt
116 a.m. Moraine WeftMp TOO, *r rtt11er at yon BMykavo
found in the challenges. of the .trlis Installed .....Rstet aruu?
: )
6:39 Training U..... Yr'e Ar 'tN
pm. ..
of the true tike"oMty .
uncertainty future. shall shelL Reasonable ....... iaAir
7:38 p.m. Evening WoteMp.Wed. However I. :r New York sad So tllatt.ry ....
there ha to be Call George Jocose, 6rf.t1e 41 of Nov York to tko OMM- Fleis JItItIIft
.: 7:30 p-nt. Prayer rules and regulations by S-l-tf t y Jw..* of ti.. .... Ooaaity. .t Woat Cot MNiaia
Servtee. which .MM. ffltov IM .... c9ttAtr O.fjrt* trta aMawojo** ea .
all services to govern life. A comRHMfcy .ko.M> lai 0...... y...... OMMrty.nariaa. t-'s. C cyllafcr C. ayiIvt ..
Nursery, to termed so that people HELP WANTED, male or fe wnkta all track .0" V9M0iVWC4 His
2 Weeks East of stoplight lka4Mo of tko puts le I........
Boulevard. may have order instead of male. LOOK: SefeftdM Raw. ......,. All stator sad ....... ....... I* boj*. a n ......
Moody ehaes. Therefore, human nature 'leigh business available In not .-.... wltkin the tint m .lesIst ...,....... .....sry
sad ." tlM .......
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH demand order even In Flatter County or NE VoiuaiaCounty. .......i ..... -.t.. ...- Hftrti .... ...... 1M .__
time of change. Revolution In Exceptional opportunity nest by law. tko I'lty ,'........... P. O.7S4. .
Flakier Beach Ha extreme form brings war for industrious person. IAWUI MUM.AnHllarr StvAWlt. Pin$.*
Max HalL Faster *rko4 ItesrtaHy s
and disorder. Man to charged See or write Mrs. Ida L. Notes hot Will Hmorvtor 4 T of v.w-Typ.a TfikMy ..
Sunday School: 9:45.: with a responsibility to govern 40 Whitney St. St. Augustine O rtrto a*. lb....a.a.t *.- ." (CoMailooiooj ro.*r.. tk.
Ha.t lo aJI keiajMSsiTnn
Morning Worship: 11:00.: r Jkrt aoy Mfc
himself that order be write to Raw kigh
may or Qlb "' tlr 11M M Its
Evening Worship: 7:60: p. IlL maintained. Extreme revolution Dept FLL-360-18. Memphis.Term. j PH- uimolln will k* r I in. but
Wednesday' Prayer of the OMy *f
7:00 Meeting: denotes of man a failure Nov. 30, Dec. 14, Jan 4, Ati.r-.J'Awlh for Btaack MaUIMI4 acme sPI.rNs.

p. ra. to properly control himself In and 11. 4tp. ... WrTKMlaD' my brad sad JiT-
On the corner of Third and time of tl. !. U. Jan... Ii. cLM1AL ..... seat Its/K. SMT l...
chance. ----- e.t bor A. ItSV .
Central The early Christian community Venice Park Sub., Canal lets A '.':RT"'H T / rfkolton H. yPir
( 1ty of .......... +
lealteed that<< man Lantana Ave. Lots .
FIRST METHODIST 86x149. iv THK <''Rra.1' coi HT.t u. A
most live in come sort of organized Nov. 4. 5. 6, 7; Avalon Ave. "|. .L':" ("t"| \Tt. .'1.4"". (..u.l//

BUNNELL3tv. society. The faith of Lots Nos, 28 and 29. Tax valuation lit. /aHarbor.. "' ptaytlt.
Oliver Taylor. Pastor I. .'... \s. 3ISMWAL4 ."tr slink
these early Christians was not $9600.00. Will consider | > K Bl'CK. JR.. .I..H......
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
abstract to the world In which cash offer for the 6 lots. WriteJ. llotatlffPATRKMA
Worship Service. 11:00: a. m. "
Youth they lived. Failure or successof Rummt")", 8114 Emily St.
Methodist Fellowship. ANNsAC'K
any generation of mankind Detroit Mich. 432S4. 11-30-tfc: ... Tin: f'IRT'1'nt.RT OK
6:30 p. m. \HTMK Y"I IU.KHMITHK :
...L'IR totxTi. KLOHIHi -
2 Blocks East of Highway depends upon its ability to lITATK' or FL.PRrA. TO:
adjust to the law. to make 2 Bedroom unfurnished house PATHKTV ANN IHVK !s "'w f.. ,ant
No. 1. Lambert Street Ull iMh AvrniM-. AHMan I" HVBLYX )I. tW MAN
in back of Brannam's -
changes the law when necessary << Grocery. t*... PotntlftPHN1)ItKK'K

and to keep a perspective Contact Duane Deen. 437.3228.: You't that ...
.. tfc a autt Ms yo( BAHt BOWMAN
In harmony with day today evenings. t. -
Tba Rev Canon Shumakcr In the entitled eawo: awl fi.dlwd.wtlTt
Priest In changes in life. The you are hereby rwwlred to (Hopottr ( is TO 1.r'1'
Charge Christian lives by God's laws HOUSE FOR SALE-3 bedroom anawrr with Ih. il.rk of THK ffTATB or riAMUUA T.>.
Morning Worship 10:00 am thin iVMtrt. and to servo a espy il'ReRk'K' RARLMAN.
within (he framework of the frame construction. Located lhro uponh.. btai ,tirr or r..idenc. t of-
Communion first Sunday of human social: scene. "Do we 407 E. Lambert Bunnell. oU_".). whoa same ... .ddre...: .:.M.c:*WM.
each month Call collect !932.6102. and add,.... l.: Vow arc b.rvbr iMtlBojl flkat a
then overthrow the law by Tampa uH has been
Thrre miles east of Bunnell |N NAI.i K Itt" .. against JWMIn
this faith! By no means! On Gulf Shores Building Co. $100 IM HoMlt .n+ittm. aHrorfHoMi the above rnlltlod..!>:a*! Mjrf
on Highway 100.CATHOLIC .. you are hereby to Cloyour
down payment, balance A .tIIt.. PtorMana -
the contrary we uphold the
"wr thaa FVbruary IS. A. !).. answer of
law" Romans 3.31. monthly. Dec. 4-ll-2tp. ,*... IM. <(<'sort. and to Mr** s oowrlh
CHURCHES If you Call to d. an, |lefa..)t .r+*r upon ttra i&fiMttr .rp
Re.. Fr. Anthony Leon. Pastor SPARE TIME ISCOME .HI..* entered a..anAt you for *nltCf. attom.. ). t oo same
the ,...., .. anal sddre. 1.
DR. SMITH dnuin In the Mil
of a (0 R NIBWTONI'
Refilling and collecting money ronwoaifit Tiio nature of said O. Ro ill
Sunday Mass: 7:30 ajn. HEADS CARVER from NEW TYPE high quality uft Iwhvc for I....t".. norhla. Sat??
Weekday Masses: Mon. Wed. IHVOrH'KWITNHHM hot lair than January Si. A. ...
coin operated dispensers in my hand and peal ,...
and Friday at 8:30 am Superintendent Coy G. Harris this area. No selling. To qua. of MM .*_,.. Ma Ith day of If you fall to do so. tvfaull
announced that Dr. DanielL. January A. It I HI. will b entered
FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL acalnct you forth
have references.
lify you must car siisonsit M. VKKHirderk roM.r Weekday Masses: Tuesday, Smith had assumed his $fOO to $!,00 cash. of MM .'tHVttI. nM**M TH satins of MM

Thursday, and Saturday at duties as principal of Carver Seven to twelve hours weekly (CMkiaII.'tart.. for

8:30: a. m. Junior High School. Smith replaces can net excellent monthly Hya/ Julia K. Harvey IHVOftCBWITNKfW my hand and seal

ST. STEPHE1TS. BUNIfELL Leroy Hunter who died Income. More full time. For Deputy ilvrk f sold Court this Mth day of
Jan II. II. IS. 'ft. I <|r.MM ?*r.mto.r A. I>. IM7.liHttROK .
Sunday Mass: 10:30: am recently after a lengthy Ill personal interview write P. O. : lr:>T r'OH Mill M. u()sflY
ness. --- -- nrk of aM Circuit
Box 10573. Dallas Texas 7517.
H':." i:"T rnit nubtato >. ( rt
THE METHODIST CHURCH Smith is a graduate of Mor Include phone number lip. ,....... will bo ro* .... OHIrtat IV*I)
Flagler leach ris Brown College, holds M. A. :t.t':1.-i: of tho Oly Clork of By Julia R. Ii rvy

Reynold Nelson Hoo..,. degree from Atlanta University FOR SALE-1938 Chevrolet the .',...- Vntor Hunnoll. Elands In PH. II.r..vty M. Jm.Clerk.. II. U.

Minister and D Ed. from Tempi pick-up truck good condition, 4:15: p. m. vn IB,IIvIWht61XuntM

Sunday School 9:43 a. in. University, with major workin $175.00. Phone 4392175. Itc. of January.\-1ft. A.s-al II'._'1.... Amerloanmde LEGAL AO1'iRTlsaxax'rNiyl

Morning Worship 11 a. m. history guidance and pipe and for (.. ft. of J-ln : K-T Visit Stun

Choir Rehearsal Wed. 6:45: school administration.He HOUSE FOR SALE Two bedroom alvanlard PUB. Hwnnvll.Am.rl "..-, County
p.m.Men's has been a teacher In home 1 block from Th Oly <"'..". *,. r.. of Pla.Mr .'_....,. Florida Ir1nss will
Club meets the first the public schools of Florida school. Good Investment. serve the riant to "'JoM1J' r..r....vr sealed bM at the oHhr*
and all !bids>> and to tfcobM
Monday of each month at and Georgia, served as a dean Phone 4373337. 1 tc. iKat. In Hi Jwda-ment will b.. of the slick or the ImHI ('sort.
Flatter'ounty (CourthM, H
nKtorMo -
7:30 p. mWoman's at Florida Memorial Collegeand of for rtuMtetl.WITNHrW the beat. Interest of tha c.Hr ...... until t.os a. m.Mendsy. .

Society of Chris- history professor at Be- HOUSE FOR RENT: -Two bedroom my han.1 and ..- February .. IW. for

tion Service the 2nd Thurs. thune Cookman and has been house on Deen Road In ."valor.... s*sl A lids day of D op- oshwately t ..._ft'.lose barrels of
day 9:30a.m principal of Vousla County Bunnell. Contact C. F. Smith /MHi.ltoa K ...,....,. Mayor above Mntlty .. mMtrotIntalo -
Ph. 437-3fiS8. .'t. or 1 only and !. la tn used
South Daytona Avenue. School In Deland for the past lip. ifennrti. Florida for talMttatMMt of bW.. and the

five years. During WW II he A'tl'HliTIt : Flasler I'.e.nty I'
BUNNELLPENTECOSTAL spent over three and a half WANTED: Maid for small / / Ha r Kara t'. Hmytho.1ly reserve the rlvht. If they au o>-
motel. Must have ( .T>rk ll-M-Mr. .,r.. lo 1_,.... or dwrM th4HioJitMy .
HOLINESS years In the U. S. Army and experience, Quotv amount bulk
HT. John Llngold.. Pastor earned the rank of 1st Lieutenant health card and transportation ami In ba.. per barrl. HM lob
Sunday School. 10:00 a. m. to Ormond By The Sea. About 70 per cent of theworld' food for the rniMlftdvr of ihofl
ral year rn Worship Service 11:00: a. m. Apply in person to Sunrise grape crop is used In *.

Life Liners Service 6:30p. : Lodge Motel, fix Hwy. AlA wine making. The Flatter 'c'hnr.hC-: ; : .-
.loners ,.
TREE FARMINGTree riser reJect -
Ormond. Good and
m. any and all bMo.II .
Evening Evangelistic Sere farming Is an industry- steady work. Itc. c' c.....,.. ('h.lm n
Hoard of ( twin ty ('emmis.ioner. -
ice. 7:30 p. m sponsored program designedto KEEP YOUR EYE ON o of Klagl
DetnRoad.COMNUKITT. encourage the practice of FOR SALE-30 Jalousie Windows I'ounty. YlorldaIiryF.
$600 each. Cabinet for A
good forest management by sink $7.00 R. C. A. TV Console u vioonr. ; -
private landowners. Forty. lioard ft iunty iommu l nr -
CHURCH five million of the nation's 70 needs work $10.00. Large SERVICEOIL .. of Mael-r ''ountr ....,....
Flogler Beach Magic Chef OH Heater. $20.00. Jan II and II. tie
million acres of tree farms ---
Rev. B. W. Olckert Pastor concentrated the regions Tillle Heater $10.00: 3 piece
Communion first San are sectional living room suite,
every of Southern Pine growth.YOUR CO
day of each quarter. $20.00. Phone 439-2317

Sunday School. 9:43: a. m. Jan. 11. TFC RENEW YOUR

Worship Service. 11 a. m. --- ---- BUYER'S UCMSt
Used single door steel
Daytona South of 111if BIG "
School Avenue cabinet, $ Jerry's Furniture CHANGES WRING YOUR

it Appliances, Old Dixie iBIBTHKOMH 4

Highway 2 miles south of

Korona. Tel 437.3752. tic INDER WAYMAIN ..! bu I b L ...- ",


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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUtS. JANUARY II. 196t ahead by 19 paints.
--- -- -- ---- ----- itiigk seseees were Jams

ward Mmyky. M yulm*. Th
Carver are have wwi three
ad lest 1.


Bunnel High School Bulldogs HAS $.11

won their sixth game Russell High School girlsMMvtevvall
Tuesday night, beating the tern deviatedHatting

Hasting Smidslif 630. 02-15 in a game
Loading Retuned. High s@or played on the taea-I must Friday .
ing was Jee Bvrham with 30poIn. nifht. Ruby London and.
... Ernest Johnson scored' Wytene Home tied for highpoint
U and Joel Alexander scored with 15 each.

11 points. Friday night the girls take
The Ruidogs leek the .lead on one of the toughest foes
in the first quarter and were on their schedule when they

A x never headed. Half-time score play Clay High at the gym.
{4Y a k he Btmneil team was ahead Beth teams are undefeated

3918. Game time to 7 p. m. Don't
Friday night the BtflMoo miss M fans.Saturday .
go to Baldwin far a de with night the girt

the IndfeM. The Baldwin team travel to Hastings for a return
iw: jj is leadtag I the St. Johns River game starting at 7 p. m.

t'onferenee. BUNNELL LOSES TO


Carver easily took victory Varsity lost by 51

from Harris High School of to 40! to D It B of St. Augustine -
Hastings by 50 to 36 at Hastings Friday night in a closely

Thursday night Carver played game In St. Augus,
high point scorers were Edward tine.' D It B had a three point
Murphy. 16 and James lead at the half and narrowed

iidden 12. to 2 points at the third

: : :; quarter. Bunnell took the lead
for a brief' period In the third
Pictured from left to right art the starting Shown in center U H. E. Blackshear Coach of OVER CAMPBELL quarter but finally lost by 2

fiw Willie Ciddena. Mather Williams. Frank the -Tigers". Carver Junior HI Cagerswon points.

London James Butler, and Nathan Clark.Citizens. their fourth straight victory High point men were: L.
of the season Friday Johnson, 12 points Joe Bum-
night by defeating Campbell ham. 11 points. Neal Wilson.
Jr. HI of Daytona Beach by 55 11 points and Darrell Britt 9

to 36. The score was tied points.
BankOF at third quarter 27-27 after The Junior Varsity won
which Coach Blackshear left easily over D It B Juniors by
he first team In and pulled 52 to 35.


An overnight campout la
planned for members of the THEEDITOR _
STATEMENT OF CONDITION Flagler Beach Boy Scout TroopNo.

December 29, 1967 495 Friday night. Troop
members will leave Friday

ASSETS: night at 6 p. m. and return
Saturday afternoon.The Dear Editor:
Cash and due from Banks $ 615,153.78U. There
newly organized troopIs was a special meeting
S. Government Bonds 1,009,750.00 sponsored by the Flagler of the Flagler Beach City Commissioners

State County and Municipal Bonds 756,095.13; Beach Lions Club. Howard called Friday at

Loans 2,697,149.05; Hollenbach Is Scoutmasterand 7:30 p. m.of the January three 8 for Commissioners the
his assistants are Jerry purpose City
Bank Building 97,000.00 Davis and Mike Ensley. withdrawing their

Furniture and Fixtures 28,000.00 Friday night Tenderfoot resignations they had submitted

Other Assets 6847.33 Troop members helped repair after they had been reprimanded
and make poles for a tent do by the Grand Jury
$5,209.995.34 nated to the troop by JerryDavis. for violations of the City

LIABILITIES Before that, there had been
About twenty-five scouts
a special meeting of the Commissioners
Capital Stock $ 150,000.00 enjoyed a five mile hike Saturday called by the
to Flagler Beach State
250,000.00 Chairman for Thursday night
Surplus Park. Mike Ensley accompanied :
Undivided Profits 60,898.97 the troop on the hike. at 7:30: for which these Commissioners
had been subpoenaed
Reserve for Contingencies 25,000.00 Scoutmaster Hollenbach but had refused to ap
said he would like to thank
Dividend No. 40 6,000.00 the sponsors, parents and res. pear.

Deposits 4718096.37 idents for their splendid cooperation The actions of the three
commissioner came far short
and contributionsto
5209995.31 of that expected from mature
the troop.REEDY .
men. but was more that of
pouting Juvenile In the opinions .
SPEAKS TO of many people present

OFFICERS BUNNELL LIONSState Some citizen are expecting
Representative Bill action to be taken by the

Charles E. Creal _.._.._.._-..President Reedy, Eusti. Chairman of States Attorney on their refusal
House Safety Committee wa* to appear according: to

Tom E. liolden_.._.... -...-.Vice-president guest speaker at the Bunnell the subpoena. This mess can
Uons Club Tuesday noon. He be corrected at the up-coming

Lily J. Creal.___.._.._Vice.PresIdent wa Introduced by County election for new Commission
i Agent Don Jordan. Rep. Reedy era on March 5, 1968.

Howell V. Peivy.._..__Cashier reported on his recent Inspection Let us hope that before
of state prison at Ral then we can prevail on two

Camle C. Lynn...... .........Ast Cashier ford as result of criticism by or three men (or women) sober
U. S. Supreme Court. and capable who have
been successful In business
Reedy centered' his remarks
and their own live.who have
around the trends of big government -
i a minimum of at least five
The reason he gave
years residence In Flagler
wa* that people will not support
Beach, and with good repu
local government In financing
tation for honesty and Integrity
O. F. Alf ord Its projects. The people
who are willing to qualify
want the federal
John A. Cleft government to run for Commissionersby
to finance all our
R. W. Cody pro February 13. These shouldnot
jects. And. thus the federalgovernment
be hard to find If will
Charles E. Creal keep getting bigger hey
t manifest themselves; and the
l Lily J. Creal ..,,# and more powerful votes to elect them should not
There were eighteen members
Tom E. HoldenEMPLOTEU be too hard to obtain Judging
and thirteen
guests present
, by the recent turn-out at the
It wa reported $120 wa*
poll In of the law
received' from the profits of
stopping these Com-
th penny machines located In present
stores. mlssoners from destroyingour
CIty Park In direct defiance

Mary Lou Durrance BIRTHDAY DATA of the wishes of the majority
of the Citizens of Flag
Rena Forson Happy birthday this week to: lee Beach.

Claudine Hosford Today-Marie Ann Vavrlk.Margarette Signed. Angus S. Reynolds
Grace Phlpps Vogel Jesse New

Jeffrey SealeCelestlne berry Florence Schott Johnny Sunday-Taudy Bowden,
MlcheL Scott Shftl<<, Mary Jane
Stanlsh Friday-Helen Peters Marie Sears Mary E. Smith.

Lucille Webb Como o. Tom Duncan. Jr. Sue Monday Billy Landen.
Leonard Ethel L White.TUes4a.John.
Saturday-Douglas L. Good Zyslc. Mar.
win. Dolly Moore Pert garet ThreadgUU Timmy
Wlnkleman. Faunt.gTHE .


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