The Flagler tribune

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The Flagler tribune
Place of Publication:
Bunnell Fla
Creation Date:
January 18, 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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Preceded by:
St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by:
Palm Coast news
Succeeded by:
Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune


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Closes SchoolsIn Judge W. L. Wadcworth presided .
A review of tinder i
peagreu over Circuit Court sea

Flagler Workable Program far fen in Bunneil teat week. Big Attraction For FlaglerOverlooking

CeMMYRhy IMpPeWfRoPRt sub- Among the case. heard were
Superintendent Coy G. Hatrta salted by the city of Bwmell Raleigh. Alexander, accused of
stated that all sehoote the Atlantic Nkel 16 vice preside 0C the
to the Department of Housingand having In his possession stolen -
Ocean to recent addition to Settles
a Metropolitan of Profnaienal -
would be dosed Wednesday.
Urban Development, Atlanta property: Jerry Canterbury .
the tourist of Flag Gathers Association
Thursday and Friday of this Ga.. has been accept- shooting within" a building: ; economy
1 ler County-Ocean Palm which tneiude a large section
week due to an epidemic of wa reported at a CHy and Wiley Jones. assault with
Country Club. The nineholecourse of the country He played
Influent student and
among Commission meeting MellENynlcttl Intent to commit murder In
teaelteta.Flagler. located on AlA southof on the PGA Tour from 1997-
The program has been the second degree
Flagler Beach an extend
county's! 1206 student recertified and will be effec- 59.The
Alexander plead "not guil from the Atlantic Ocean to attractive clubhouse
are scheduled to returnto the until Feb. 1. 1969 Reeertideation ty" and the public defenderwas
their classrooms on Monday
quaJMes the city to assigned to representhim.

January 22. apply for Special Federal assistance Trial was set for 9 a m..
The student will not be required ,
and support. February 19. Jerry Canterber
to makeup Friday.
was scheduled for Insanity
Jan. W as It was previously As a certified partktpant In ry
hearing. Wiley Jones entereda
scheduled' as a Teachers Work. Workable program activities h
plea of "guilty" to a If'IIf'rma" A
day and holiday for student Bunnell has shown that It i Is
of aggravated assault
However, the superintendentstated making a coordinated effort which was., accepted by Judge '.
that the other two,,
days to improve living condition Wadsworth who sentencedhim

probably would be madeupon for Its citizen The review to six months to three

Friday April 12 and Monday listed the city's street paving year In pr15on.GRAND .
April 15 during the Easter program improved lighting

vacation period. system a city beautlfleation JURYPRESENTMENTS
Absenteeism was high Tuesday program a water softening
at all three of the coun
system a proposed sewer system.
ty's schools. Bunnell Elementary Comprehensive Planning The fall term of the Flagler

had 19 per cent absent; and low rent housing.Commissioners Grand Jury met!' last week and

Flagler Beach Elementary 17 rendered two presentment
per cent; Bunnell High School. voted to accept after which they recessed

10 per cent and Carver Junior the lone bid of Hall Turn The Grand Jury returned a

High, 11 per cent This not lln Chevrolet Co. for $2,873 True Bill" for murder In the

only makes a poor teaching less $585 trade In allowancefor first degree for Norman Grant t

situation but
considerable toss of money heavy duty van type truck for of the murders of Daniel

from state funds Harris said. the water department subjectto Shoultz and Stephen Moore

Semester examinations at meeting the required' specifications who were found dead In a Golfers Don Moore, Albert Johnston and NagI Abraham com

Bunnell High School will be / In the advertisedbid. roadside ditch In Korona In pare score with Pro Ron Nlcol

rescheduled to begin Wednesday late November
31. cards the IntracoastaJ Waterway. overlooks the fairways and
January Report
will be delayed until the following Agreed to clean out a culvert Witnesses before the Grand It Is a sporty regulationcourse contains a snack shop and a
_week.' Basketball at 100 S. Main St. at the Jury Included Mr*. Margaret interspersed with small sporting equipment layout.

games will also have to be request of II W. Gore. Shoultz and Miss Lorrie Ann lake to challenge the golfer. The golfer can equip himself

rescheduled due to the exams. No action was taken on a Shoultz mother and sister of The greens and fairway are with everything from a golf

Superintendent Harris said request from Mamie CUsack to the Shoultz -outh.. as well as In excellent condition.Par club to slack

he la pleading with the parents build a church 'on'a It>0'H.-- law cnforcvsMAt officers of for the 323S: yards nine Fairway lots are availablefor

to keep their children Inside lot on Pay Street both Flagler and Brevard hole course U 36. Golfers have building homes and the
medication A letter from Florida Power Counties. Garret Is being held the unusual scenery of con Nicole reside In a home constructed
and -
for colds give proper and Influenza and Light Co* was,, read in County Jail in Bunnell tinuous passing of yachts on at the Golf Estates.

stating its contribution to thedty' The Grand Jury returned a the Intracoastal waterway and Nlcol said that golf enthus-
that all children
so can resume
Christmas lighting program True Bill" for manslaughter shrimp boats plowing thru last come from Ormond Or-
school Monday morning amounted to $13479: in the second degree for Mrs., the Atlantic. mond by The Sea and Daytona. -

Edna Young who is accused In Ocean Palm Is owned and lie was particularly pleased

Lillian Johnson the death of her husband. operated by Ron Nicol and with the nucleus of golfers

PRATT JOHNSON Thurman C. Young In KoronaIn his wife Mary The Nicole being developed in Flag

Passed Away December Mrs. Young Isbeing spend the winter months here her County Most of the Flag

DIES I IN BARTOWPratt held In County Jail In and the summer months at let County golfers have recently -

Friday Morning Adams Johnson 74, BunnelL Scarsdale Golf Club New become engaged In the

died Saturday. January 6 at York where he Is head pro. sport
Mrs. Lillian Johnson 85 PROJECT NETS
Bartow. Florida. lie was a foster -
Artesia Park, was dead on arrival ., :
at Bunnell General Hospital brother of the late Mrs. LEGION 5314At '

Friday morning.Mrs. Maude Holland Bunnell.A a meeting' of the Amer. .._ :101I'

Johnson, one of Flag native of Baxley, Georgia. lean Legion Post 115 Monday ... .... .... "JI

ler County's early settlers, he moved to Bartow from New night at the Bunnell Civic # .

was born In Bertran. Mo and York He was a retired' builder Center it wa* reported Turkey i .

moved to Flagler County 56 and contractor. lie was a Shoots sponsored by the Post

years ago from Hohenwald. member of the Presbyterian netted $314.40. CommanderLevi

Tenn. Church and veteran of World Brannam presided.

She Is survived by a daughter War 1.Survivors, Other business Included

Mrs. Lillian Towiwend. include his wife" Discussed purchasing a

Macon. Ga.; two sons. Philip Elizabeth; and one son. Pratt building located on Magnoliaand

Bunnell; and Malcolm Flag H. Johnson Houston Texas.; Pine Streets, Bunnell. for

let Beach. and three grandsons. use as a post home M. E

Graveside" funeral services Crawskif'rvltft were Fuller A. M. McDanitl, Raymond

were conducted Sunday afternoon Monday afternoon at Gainesville Smith and Hiram Dur

at 2:00 at Hope Cemetery and burial was In Evergreen ranee' were appointed to In. V

The Rev Charles Anders Cemetery. Gainesville. specs the sHe and secure' ad w

pastor of the First Baptist ditlonal Information and report
Relatives from Bunnell attending -
Church of Bunnell. offiefoted. at next months meeting
the services were Mrs.
Craig Funeral Home Bun Discussed the Oratorical
WHile Cobb, Mrs. Cordel Rob
nell, was" in charge of arrange ertson. 2. D. Holland and Mr. Contest sponsored by the local -

ments. and Mrs. "L. C. Holland. Jr. post scheduled at Bunnell Ron Nlcol Ocean Palm Owner and Pro Shown Putting at Hole 2

High School February 5. -

CIGARETTE TAX Approved payment of expenses APPOINTED see.The
COLLECTIONSSHOW for the three' contest workshop is conductedby
INCREASE Secretary of State Tom the Office of Secretary of
winners to attend the Northern
Cigarette tax collections: for CROP DAMAGEWith Finals Lake Adams announced the commissioning State Tom Adams in the Hay-
Area at City
Flagler County showed an Increase of Mrs. L L. don Burn Building.
and the Department Finals at
over last months report temperatures reported Brannam. Bunnell a* a member
Each municipality In the down to 27 degrees this week, Winter Haven.Announced of the District Welfare

county received larger sums several hours of sub-freezing Lehlgh Portland Board. Number Five FlaglerCounty.
Cement Company had donated TIDE
for November collection than weather was experienced by TABLE

for October collections farmer Several potato farmers a filing cabinet to the post Mrs. Brannam succeeds Mrs.J. Tides fog laD. 11.21IIIGEI

Don D. Melklejohn Director had fields already sprout- Approved sending one delegate F. Mercer whose term expired LOW
the and to State at Talla
Ing thru ground growers Boy
of the State Beverage Dept Mrs. Mercer had served Day AX P.1I. Of. P.M.
reports net tax collections: for reported they were wilted. hassee. as a board member for the
However" the fields were generally Mrs. Victor Buckles presented 18 1.0:12 10:3 33j 4:12:
November 1967 amounted to past 16 years.ATTENDING .
that It 19 1'M 11:18 4:21: 4:54
$5.004259.32. Of this amount young enough the post with a citation
S1A3433&91: will go to the Is expected they will comeback for exceeding the 1967 membership. 20 11:36 11.59 5:12 5:42

State General Revenue Fund with little III effects. .The post had 79 menvbers ELECTIONS 21 12:06 12:30 6:12: 6:36
In 1967 and the membership 21 1:00 1:2j 7:12 7:3)IS
the : not
and remaining $3j56V Cabbage crop were WORKSHOP
: 2,00 2:21 8:18: 8:30
322.41 will be distributed. hurt except that the cold delayed now total 82.
2j 3:00 3:3 9:3 936z
Local municipalities will receive the harvesting. Several Announced the following Mary E. Smith Flagler 4:12 4.36 1.036 10:36
the following amounts: farmers reported there was a local veteran were hospitalized County Supervisor of Elections

Bevery Beach $123.48; Bun growing strong demand In the : John Lutton. Lake City; i* attending the 1968

nell. S245&26! ; Flagler Beach Northern markets and some John Campbell Lake City; Mid-Year Conference Workshop .

$99246. ; Marlneland. $73.63; indication of an Increase In Stanley Gorerkl. Lake City; for Supervisors of Elections Plant a tree Arbor Day Jan-

and Painters Hill $1341 price. and Robert Read Gainesville. Jan. 17.18 In Tallahas- uary 19.



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The work of an aggressive Chamber of Cemmewe to never
competed." The editorial last week WM a review of what our U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
Chamber has deMo And It to a good start. But. we all realize
H to only a start. Thto article will dteeuss briefly only five ROAST Ib 49
arras in whieh we need to make some effort
AREA DEVELOPMENT PLAN: This .to considered the one
big project for the year. Before any individual, board or committee -
can talk Intelligently with an industrial prospect largeor U. S. D. A. Choice

small, there mutt be a comprehensive survey of the county:
organized in such a manner that we have the ready answersto RIB STEAK Ib 89'Lean
the questions of any prospect.In .
other words if we are talking today to a prospect and he
asks how much land Is available at a certain location, we haveto
say "I den't know". If he wants to know land prices, we haveto Fresh
say "I will check on that", or If he asks about zoning protection
we have to say "We will have to sea the county commissioners GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. "
".else.As you can readily see. the prospect is ready to gosomewhere

The area develpoment plan must Include a comprehensivestudy
of the sites available, land prices, labor supply, tax
structure, transportation utilities, minerals. water sources, housing Valleydale "ALL MEAT" I Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB
education, churches, recreation, etc. This Is a big Job and SMOKED BACONlb.
will take a lot of work.A SMOKED SAUSAGE
committee' haa been appointed to include all committee lk-
chairmen. Dr. John Canakarls, committee member, Is arranging 49e
a trip to Tallahassee for the committee to confer with the 530 SLICED FREE
Florida Development Commission to learn how to prepare an

area development plan. Also the committee .111 make some Fresh Florida Grade "A" (4.7 lb. Avg.)
good contacts with the Director of Industry Procurement and
Director of Tourist Promotion while In Tallahassee.
BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT: The local merchants are
losing business to Daytona and other shopping center areas Baking Hens b. 39
While we can say "Shop At Home", the merchants really are
not doing much to try to keep the shoppers at home. Our stores
need to have a face lifting both Inside and wut Some type of promotion -
activity Is needed to let shoppers know what we want to
sell diem. It might even help to have store sales people brush up
on sales approach. F. W. Tlngley. Is chairman of a committeethat :
Is beginning to work on retail store improvement I Free Plastic Dishpan with $5.00 or more Meat orderVan I

RECREATION AND CULTURE: This area Is blessed with a
good recreation potential. There needs to be a lot of work done
In developing and publicizing our recreation facilities This will Camp's No. 2 CanAND
require the cooperation of county: and state agencies but the PORK For $4TOO
Chamber can keep pushing. BEANS SLog F A B
Whether we stop to think about It or not we are lacking In
cultural programs In Flagler. Except for the accasional programs Cabin 12 oz. Bottle Giant
some of the churches or clubs have for their own membership Each
SYRUPOmaha 33e SizeLimit 49'
we have very little to offer the public In cultural entertainment .
There are no musicals' no plays and no forums. We can
go to Daytona Beach to hear big name artists, but we have 1 with $5.00 or more food order
practically no culture of our own. The Chamber can help. LONG RICE lb.
4 49c
small to promote a basketball tournament, but it could: bring In Martha WhiteQUICK
several hundred persons who might dine In our restaurants, Jack "NEW" Butter Taatin'Our
gas-up at our service stations, or even stop overnight Other GRITS 5 3geHUnl1'
small conventions of American Legion Posts, Women' Clubs ,
Art Exhibitors Lions Clubs, Masonic, Shrine or Eastern Star Value 22 oz. Bottle BISCUITS
Orders and church conferences are all worthy of the assistanceof
the Chamber in promoting. Liquid: DETERGENT Ea 29$ 91/1 oz.
CITY BEAUTIFICATION: Both Bunnell and Flagler Beach Can 19*'
need a chamber sponsored program to make our business and
residential areas cleaner and more attractive. Bunnell has a program
supervised by Mrs. Angela Wadsworth and a great Improvement SNOWDRIFT
has been noted. Our thought Is that If one Interested
person can do so much, what a tremendous Job could be FROZEN FOODS _
done If the entire chamber got busy In both towns. We need lb. 0
to put on our best face. 3 49Tin [ Morton's 14 oz. Size

John A. Clegg CREAM PIES For
Note: This Is the third and last In the immediate series oleditorials Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 3 89c
on the Flagler Chamber of Commerce.
Sara Lee "ALL BUTTER" 12 oz. Size

[ mount your biggest catch and FRESH PRODUCE POUND CAKE *-
hang It on a wall? Directions 69c
The Library has had the are here for doing that. Pageson
good fortune to be able to buy water ecology and pollu Golden RipeBANANAS
-thanks to the Flagler Beach tion. First Aid In Scuba dlv lb.
City Commissioners-some Ing. Complete directions about lOc MARTHA WHITE (Plain or S. R.)
books that altogether are an smoking and freezing fish. As
education In themselves. The for the cooking recipes we Yellow CookingONIONS FLOUR
Story of Civilization b111 all know h Is the men who lb"
and Ariel Durant In nine vol. are the famous chefs It'. the 3 29C
umes. The Yale UniversityPress women who go In for marshmallows 5 Ib. 39c
Shakespeare In forty on toast and mayon New Crop Florida Bas
volumes-and the Standard naise. Six or seven of the Limit 1
Doz. with
5.00 or more food order
EncylopedU and International greatest cookbooks are at the TANGERINES 19C
Fishing Guide edited by A. Library, but when I want to
J. McCIane, Fishing Editor of cook ftsh I'll consult Mr. Me-
Field and Stream, who now Clane simple, sensible, and
lives In Florida.As full of ways to do things you
for the contents! Did you wonder why you never
get bitten or whatever the thought of them yourself.We .
mean thing is they do to you hear that Marinelandhas
by a Sea Catfish Turn to ten a good book on fish. It
pages of charts on this subject may be this one, if not, we are
In the fishing guide and ahead of Marineland. Fishermen till
discover It is usually fatal. we beg of you to come
See the 700 or more and look at this book. If you
drawings In color and black catch a fish you dont know (
and white by the Marine artist the name of-you can find It ( ( ( Phone
Evans Young. And the Incredible in this book.Submitted. OPEN SUNDAYS 437-3227
250 Illustrations In ( by Dorothy 8:00 a-nu .1:00 p.m. OS. No. 1 BUNNELL
color of flies by the famous Romans Librarian Flagler
Arie de Zanger Want to Beach Public Library> Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good January 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22. 1968


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retary.treasurer' meeting of the Colony Club at 3-THE FLAG... TRfWNC THVftsw JANUARY It 1968
( -0. the home of D M. M-.....
The' political pet in Ftagtorvj VISIT FLAGLER FOR PEACE CORPS
County M4 NtH Ie ... FORTY TEARS AGO .
It Hopptaad: In FlogUr warms Three peraens had M. Dr. C. Co Long wee ....... Artifacts from Florida's sehtslsry TO BE JANUARY 30 1

County 26. 96. 40 years 090 a their eanetidate papere lilt pn.sidspt I et tM Oe4lan QIIIII period will hgsmt In- Platter arc residents. INterroted .
re..ns.lw In the ssIslaewe. let 11& 1. C. staShed WM MromeiMs of CvVOHvBM M UWof in putting their skill .
? hands ..eel. children IMFtoftor
hneerni.ert ar
H. T. Cook
; sleeted vie presldntt; and Mid tO ease in aWWMplfc,( nations 1
&T( iHi WM'' and fWMyDePeeeat. Z. B. Ba... tttiaamr slew Bx- Bakr. Levy around the worM are invited
TEN YEARS AGO dining ry
er+r BeaM members WfII'e'
Ie taW the Peace Corps Place.
The W. H. Atkinson home (C.-) Dr. D. B, Brown... T. HIM_ Fcheuaty.Mater44ais Meet Test at 1:30 P. M. on +
two miles east on Flagler The CHitens Committee of and A. D. Lynn will be brsugi Saturday January W at Daytona -
elreed three to their doorstep t by a muce
Beach Read was eomplete4y PN.PH Beach ( .0-. Beach Main Port O4He
destroyed by fire of an unknown efIt1lofs: MeecI). Chair'man UfR'OR'wht'PIII cone WfI AfK] The Peace Corps uses the '
In 1MB had
The heme ; Harry Jennings Vice y predueed by the Florida
origin. MM
Placement Teed to determine !
2.300 of
approximately acres
Chairman Bill <:'ItlfRt ky. seeretarytreasttrer Sate Museum A department
built in 1915 by L I. Moody ; Irish how an applicant can best be I
John Preer potatoes plantedaccording of the University of Ftertd
and was purchased In the late ; to L. T. Nlf'land. utilised overseas The test
3rs( by B. C. Stafford The At. was the retiring chairman. The crop was usually harvested The mukl-county traveling measures general aptitudeand
kinsons purchased the homein ('0-) In museum! Is the product of a the ability to learn alanguage.
March. April and
iwa Barton D. Asa. nephew of early May. the: annual income three-year grant of S386, no not education Madtlt''f'I'ftt'ft
t-oO Mrs. F. L Maphurs, was pro. being between' $1,580.600 and.000.0no made to the St. Johns Board (. The teat retiresno
The Bunnell" Boas and Girls meted to Corporal according tea $ from this of Public Instruction from the preparation and I* noncompetitive '
basketball teams played DAB news dispatch received" from at.ftt- crop U. S. Office of Edueatkm Gil- ; an applicant can
and the Varsity team won 72- Osaka Japan. christ Marion and Putnam neither pass nor fail.
21. Tommy Wells was high THIRTY TEARS AGO counties also are active participants Tenons Interested in serving .
scorer with 23 points. Sam Stockholders of the newly THIS WEEKS RECIPE with the Peace Corps must
Bertha 12. Louis Friedman 11. organized Citlaens Bank met Housed In a 10by-40 foot fill out an application if they
Jim Burnsed 8. Buddy Taylor for the first annual meeting While inquiring around fer trailer the traveling museum have not done so, and presentit
6. E. H Athcraft. Charles R. a "good" pecan pie recipe we has glassless exhibits combining to the tester before the
TIle lassies won 56 to :23. Creal. Tom E. Holden Harry were told Mrs. Cordon Buckles things and theory Itallows teat Application forms are
JoAnn Morris was the spark Clegg and M. C Strickland could furnish us with one school children to nan. available from post offices or
plug with the score of :23. Celia were' elected Board of Direc of the finest We agree We die replicas of actual tools from the Peace Corps In Washington. .
Joyce Emery had 15 and tors. E. II. Ashcraft was elected tried It and It Is simply delic used! by early Florida 'inhabitants D. C. 26635.
Annette Strickland 13. president; Charles R. CrNl.Ext'C.'Uth'p ious. ranging from the age Fifteen thousand Volunteers
The "B" team won with a Vice President; T. Mrs. Gordon Buckles Pecan periods of 10.000 B. C. to 1.500 are currently serving In
score of 36 to 16 with Mike E. I!olden. Vice President: A. Pie: A. D. Asia. Africa Latin America
Parker scoring 14 points and C. Jackson. Cashier. 4 egffs. Flaglcr Beach FlaglerBeach and the Pacific Islands workIng .
David Shields 7. <-o-) 1 cup sugar. Elementary Jan. 29. with the people of those
(-o-) Work had been started on 1H cups white Kara s>rup. Bunnell schools BunnfllHlfr nations in IIt"If.he-lp projects
Orlando Alford and John the nf'W'ocaUonal Agriculture 5 teaspoon salt. School. Jan. 30; Carver ranging from food production
Blelt'jeoskl'f'rt" among the Building on the school IS teaspoons vanilla. Elementary Jan. 31Feb.. '. to health and education. More
more than GOO candidates for campus. The building a WPA IS cups chopped prcarts Volunteers" are needed for the
graduation at University of project, was, to be completedIn 6 tablespoons melted butter. Nevada became a state In programs which will begin
Florida. Alford received the about four months. Prepare pie crust and line 1861. this spring and summer
BSBA and Bielejeski. LLB. (-0-) pie plate Beat eggs and sugar
<-o-) Gilbert Hlgginbotham was together Add Karo syrup,
St. Thomas Episcopal Church high scorer for the Bunnell salt vanilla chopped pecans
1$48 Mission Board memberswere Basketball team when they and butter Mix well." Pour in BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS
: Gib Anderson. II. II. beat DAB 43 to 20. to unbaked pie shell. Bake approximately
Corley' Charles Tonkin. Stanley (-0- ) 1 hour at 300 degrees 107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box 657
Farnsworth and Joseph Mrs. II. T. Cook. Mrs. R. W. BE SURE TO BAKE IN BUNNELL, FLORIDA
Harding. Gib Anderson was peen Jr. and Mr*. P S John SLAW OVEN.
Senior Warden and II. II. Cor son were appointed to serveas FREE ESTIMATESBAR
Icy was Junior \Varden the finance committee for The raven can be tamed FIXTURES BUILT-IN KITCHENS
Charles Tonkin was the sec the next three months at a and taught to talk.


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scant when die PtAMwe B....
MR. AND MRS PAUL EDWARD JOHNS Jw Bridge Club emei*>.< fteyMMtday
night at th* home of Lunar and Uaiir Mmit
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Palm Street. Bun Mil. have
announced the engagementof
their daughter. Miss Linda
Jean Skolar to David Gary STORE HOURS:

Wells, son of Mrs. Chestine Monday Thru Friday, 7:30 to 7:00
Smith of Seville and Mr. Gordon
Smith. St. Augustine. Saturday, 8:00 to 6:00 Sunday 9:00 to 12:30
Born In Cleveland Ohio
Miss Skolar moved here In
1953 and Is a 1967 graduate of COOK'SSUNDRY
Bunnell) High School. She was
a member of the Beta Club

and was Salutatorian of the & GIFT SHOP
of he graduating class. She is
training as a laboratory technician 437-3498
at Halifax Hospital
Daytona Beach.
Mr Wells was born In Se.
ville. Florida and was graduated .
from Andrew Jackson
High School Jacksonville
Florida In 1963. In June 1967

he completed four years military v
service with the US Air / t
JOIIXSEN MASSIE collar featured an empire Force. He Is employed by
waistline fashioned with a Wadsworth Lumber Company.A .
NUPTIALS alencon lace train. late summer wedding Is \

SOLEMNIZEDThe Her bouffant shoulder planned.Mr. .
length veil of sheer Illusion
marriage of Miss Mar and lace was attached to a and Mrs. Paul Mercer ( .
guerite Tess Massle and Paul pearl tiara headdress. She carried and Mrs. Johnny Mercer of
Edward Johnsen was solemn a cascade bouquet of Holly hill S. C. former Bunnellltes -
tied at eleven o'clock Satur white roses and gypoophtlia ) left Tuesday after t tI tw :
day morning In the Chapel of centered with a white orchid several days visit in Bunnell I
Saint Paul's Lutheran Church corsage. with relatives and friends. I ,

at Savannah. Ga. Mrs. Michael G. Cook. Daytona .
The bride is the daughter of Beach, sister of the bride, UDC PLANSANNUAL I
and Mrs. Harold Massle.
Mr. of honor and
matron worea
700 Ridge Blvd., Daytona floor length 10"1of apricot TEA ; : I id iy
Beach, and the maternal chiffon and taffeta trimmed
Plans for the fourth annualUnited d 1' I
granddaughter of Dana F. Fu. with olive bronze velvet, in i fAn
Daughters of the Con
quay, 502 Earl St.. Daytona empire styling.
Beach and the late Mrs. Fu. federacy Tea were made ats a S
James R. Johnson. Huntsville -
The bridegroom Is the meeting Thursday afternoonat
quay. Ala., brother of the the home of Mrs. Walter
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ed. independentinsurance
ward Johnsen. Savannah Ga. bridegroom was best man. Cody Haw Creek. Mrs. Edith
The Reverend Hugh E. There was a wedding luncheon Allen was co hostess.The .
Baumgartner officiated at the afterward. annual affair commemorates agent.
double ring ceremony. After M short wedding trip the birthday of General doesn't
Escorted by her father the the couple will b# at home at Joseph Eggleston Johnstonfor vanish
bride wore a floor length gown 110 Arlington Court Florence, whom the local chapter
of alencon lace over crepe Alabama.Mr. was named. when you need himSome

with long lace sleeves and Johnsen is employed by The lovely e'Wnt11I be
rolled t'Tt'pt"Urta.. The gown the Reynolds Metals Compa February 3 at the home of one-company salesmen vanish a> soon as you buy a policy.
designed with a rolled crepe ny Sheffield Alabama. Mrs. Walter Knight. 900 East You may never see them again.This can't happen".bD'OUiI.1suR

COUNTRY CLUBWELCOMES Lambert Ave. Bunnell. Mrs. through aa independent insurance agent.We give you continuing.
Friends of Robert E. Z. G. Holland Jr. has been appointed personal senrkel
will be sorry to learn he is a TWO
chairman. We tailor to
patient at the Veterans Hospital NEW coverage your policies from several
In Gainesville. His address Mrs. II. II. Murray presenteda strong companies which we represent When you have a leas,we're
Is Room No. 510. James Minchew and program "Robert E. Lee". ready to help night or Mrs. Charlton Wall were welcomed Mrs. II. T. Cook, chapter get And the companies we represent are noted for fast fair pay-
Margaret Ann Shelton and as new members of the president conducted the meet ment of claims. In short we serve you fint I
children Jackie Tract and Country Club at a meeting No one-company salesman can match this kind of service!

Doug of Ocala spent the weekend home Wednesday of Mrs.evening Charles Cowart at the, ing.Mrs.. Z. D. Holland and Mrs. When you buy car. home or business insurance get the added
visiting with her parents Jr., Haw Creek. II. II. :Murray will be the hostesses service only an i independent agent can give You. Can us now
Eddie and Babe Irwin Flag- Members discussed plans for the February 8

ler Beach. for their 18th annual CabbageBall. meeting.The .

Mrs. Sammy Bertha won hostesses served tempting .
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Castle- the door prize. refreshments to members FLAGLER COUNTY

man, of Nashville. Tenn. are Mrs. Cowart served ('akeInd Mrs. Gene Knight Mrs. Sadie INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc.
visiting at Flagler Beach with coffee to Mrs. Minchew. Mrs.Wall Strickland. Mrs. F. W. Ting- TC d
Mrs. CV.. Duncan. Mrs. Sammy Bertha ley. M.... Walter Knight Mrs.C. Abstract Bid?, E. Moody Blvd.
Mrs. Tommy Bertha Mrs. J. II. Cbwart. :Mrs. Cook. Mrs. BunntlL Tic 32010 Ph. 437.3171
LUNCHEON FASHION B. Pelllcer. )(n. S. J. Til ton. Holland Mrs. Murray and
SHOW PLANNED BTFLACLER Jr.. Mrs. D. C. Johnston and one guest Mrs Nell Allen.
Mrs. C. II. Knight.
for the coming
The next mt't"tlng11I" be
season will be modeled at a February 14 at the home of KEEP YOUR EYE ON
Luncheon-Fashion S h o wThursday.
Mrs. :Marshall Crews.FRIENDLY .
Feb. 15 at 1 p. m.
sponsored by the Flagler (jail'
Beach Womens Society ofChrlstl..n SERVICEOIL 3 BY THE SEA
Service at the First MEETS: TONIGHT' f
Methodist Church. The Friendly Circle" of the 1740 Ocean Shore Blvd. (AlA)

Fashionable apparel" will be Bunnril :Methodist Church CO ORMOND BEACH, FLORIDAA
furnished by six leading will meet tonight at 7:30 p.
stores: Land 'n Sea Fashions m. at the home of Mrs. Jack
Bunnell; Furchgoits. Linden Hall 707 Lambert Ave., Bun OK SHOPPING CENTER
Vogue Carol's, Ive>"s and Do. ne L BIG CHANGES
by's of o..tonaedL Mrs. Jeff Scale presidentwill .
Breakfast : Lunch .
Models will be Mrs. Rey ceftduet the business : Dinner

hold hoover Mrs. Bernie Wilson ftItf't"t iAC. UNDER WAYMAIN
Mrs. Keith loved Mrs. AI "flMMrTB are reminded to HAVE FUN WITH YOUR FOOD

I Plough Mrs. Joseph Baldwin attend.We AND CHEER WITH TOUR BEER
and Mrs. Allen Jrnklrwon.
I WSCS President Mrs. Will- are happy to report Mrs. STREET Th Friendliest Place in
I lam Given is chairman. Mrs. Becky Oeffg is recovering satisfactorily
'I Lynn Clary Is in charge of the from recent sung BUNNELL Your Hosts: Gail and Town"I I

: fashion arrangements. cry at Halifax Hospital

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IAbOU OurServicemen ADMITl'U' >: RwMett, McDuma
*. Fr.4a Dean; warned
Splvey: Ronald Brack: Mae .
QuaM. RieM-
L Johnson;: Deborah Duke. GIVE
."noM" !
Flagler Beach: Pauline Wan
Pvt. Randy Mstrt t'aIW" ton. Charles .....landt. Connie i METTS ..* .A. I .r
pawn**. Mr. and Mi... WaiterMania. Goodman. Willis McDowell. TOP Pry eM
Sunday afternoon and Daytona Beach: Joe McCartney. Thurs., FrL, Sat.
be had hfcMVSMC. Mattie M Cart
gird completed ey.
and had afcwt 3 Ormond Beach: LHa Mack). VALUE and Monday,
mate wMto of .baste trainis*. soot. Barbara Green Ruth SUPER MARKET I Jan. 18,19,20
m. Morris Mild I n..t with Lacfcett.DMMiSSeD. STAMPS and 22, 1968
the US Amy at Ft. Be nnM& : Charles Will 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
Ga. Hints Rhonda Williams. PearlWoed Phone 437-3201
*. Ruby ftsflck. Marffs
A friendly letter torn WsfeerItewftnend et Well' WanHle Hmter.Wete I
Marloned with tIM Barber. Prank Crawford FLORIDA GRADE "A" !
U. S. Navy In California says Jimmy .....11. Delia Hall.
IN waM5 to know more news Odell Hersey. Valid Baxtet.Mkhele .
about Ffofler County. Harris. Lee Dod
gen. Lillian Heney. Ralph FRYERS Lb. 29FAMILY

Ill a ttltha..r Nil Swaynlgint Raymond. Judy Mallard.
A3c Rebert MeDn4et.Keflavik. Catherine Jackson.William .
leetand, t.M his
parties, Martin and Bette Me.Daniel i Bust and Ann
PK6. CUT-UP FRYERS 5 lb. Bag $1.69
he spent hk ArM weekend Campbell of Lapel lad are
IMat Reykjavik eapitol visiting at Flagler. Beach with
of Iceland. He said the his' mother Mrs. Mary McDonald FLAVOR ACED U. S. CHOICE i

weather was "chilly". and his aunt, Mrs.

PFC Sam Smith arrived Lucy DearingDBJC POT ROAST Lb.Flavor 57

home Tuesday' via Jet and SPONSORS NEW
surprised his parents Mr. and BUSINESS COURSE
Mr*. Raymond Smith. Sam Is
Small Business Management
Rationed at Badklaaingen.Germany is the name of a new Aged Choice Flavor Aged Choice Lean Delicious
with the US Army
course being taught in Mary CHUCK FAMILY SPARERIBS
and will be home for thirty
Kar' Division of Daytona
day before returning to duty.
Beach Junior College. The STEAK STEAK
He was recently promoted to
class will begin next Tues
Private First Class while serving day night in classroom behind lb. lb. lb.
with the Hdqs. Troop 2nd Administration Building. Itwill 59C 69c 59c
Recon.' Sqdn., 14th Armored
run every Tuesday night
Calvary.M. from 7 to 10. The class needs

E. 1\..tde-lI. General 14 students and will cost $10 Fresh Lean Homemade (Pure Pork)

I Fair Manager announced of the today Florida that State all for the locations a 11 study sessions.of credit loans It will,collections business include -- Ground BEEF 2"" 99C Pan SAUSAGE 2 Us. 99c

military personnel in uniform
and other subjects of Interest -
will be admitted free to the
I to small business. Lean Delicious Select Flavor Aged Choice
Fairgrounds at any time during
the Fair's operating hours. PORK BEEF RUMP
This free admission does not
I include any of the military CONTEST FEB. 10 STEAK LIVER ROAST

personnel's' guests who are The annual Miss Bunnell
not In uniform. The Fair Is High Contest will be an event lb. 49C lb. 49c lb. $<*09
scheduled from February 6 of Saturday. February 10 at
through 17 at the Florida State the school gymnasium. The
, Fairgrounds in Tampa. contest is sponsored by the FloCaneSUGAR

I DINNER' GUESTS TrlHl Miss Elaine Murray is

Gordon and Janet Shields chairman. Limit (1) with purC Lb.
had as their dinner guests Names of the t"lIrtblecon. chase of $5.00 or more 37"
I Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. testants will be mailed to the
food order
, Bag
Henry Stockoff. South Plain. local businesses and organizations
field N. J. and Mr. and Mrs. a spokesman said.
Paul F. Prince, Springfield, --
HOUSE FOR RE'lT-Two bedroom FOLGERS (Mountain Crown)
N. J. who are vacationing In
home. 1 block from

Florida. school Good Investment Limit 1 with Lb.
Phone 437-3337 Jan. 18 Itp. pur
CARD OF THANKS COFFEE .. of $5.00 or 47"cha.

There are no words to express more food order. Tin
our gratitude and appreciation THANKSThe
to Dr. John CanakarU.
Dr. Russell Blanton the nurses
Beach Lions
employees and staff of the Flagler
Bunnell General Hospital for Club wishes to express their Limit 1 with purchase -
thanks to all who contributed GIANT
TIDE I 57"
their kindness' concern and to the success of last Sun of $5.00 or SIZE
consideration of our Mothf'f.Lfolla day's Fish Fry. more food order.
D. Hurst and our family
also to Martha Mercer, Bea Special thanks are extended
to Mr and Mrs. Cecil West
Collins and Lu-
White Betty<<
ettle" Pierce who stayed with brook prepared of the Pier all of Restaurantwho the fish. PARKAY HOLSUM PEANUT BUSH'S 300 CAN
and cared for our loved one

constantly January 8.until she passed on MARGARINE BUTTER SPAGHETTIQuarters

Thank you seems such lb. 28 oz. Can
a small thing where so much JarSHURFINE
was given there will alwaysbe cc
a special place in our HENNY PEN (Tall) TALL SHURFINE (303 Can)

people.Mrs.hearts for these wonderful ammrtf. DOG FOOD CANNED MILK FRUIT COCKTAIL

Margaret La ing f:1I:
f JfTT.f j I Cans
Mrs. Dorothy FieldingYOUR Can fOe 4 68c 2 Cans 53C


Moody Blvd. flogtor Each Bakery Frozen Foods
Phone 439-2303 Golden Yellow

1Jt9ffM! Kraft (Fresh ORANGE BANANAS. 10- Master Chef
French Fries
_. 33.
3 Qta. 89C Fresh Cri.p 2 Lb. B" .


& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Kraft, 16 Slice, American Hd- Morton's
710-12 Lemon StPalatka. CHEESE, Fresh Crisp MEAT PIES
Florida 12 oz. pice. 55 C CE -RY, 17c 5 for 99C
Phone EA 5-9166 Stalk

HOME rural tun. OpbolUring
Repaired & Refinlshsd
CALL US FOX ffj ESTIMATES Mattresses & sox Springs

HOME INSULATING CO. Mod Call to Laura Ordtr.Morris Also Renovated 4)7.3233 50 FREE 50 FREE 50 FREETOP

357 Andrews St.Onnond BoochOtflc Alter .:00 P. M. TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS VALUE STAMPS
672-074S Hem 2553232ywiw't PRICES REASONABLE With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of

BUDGET PLAN IP NEEDED $2.00 or more cosmetics 2 Pan-Ready Kraft Qt
dental supplies Cut-up Fryers All Oil
wiwp Jut as n ar as your or Purpose
FlBERGLASn Phone or Post Office Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After
Drop Cs a Card or Call January 22, 1968 January 22, 1968 January 22, 1968T

Free Pickup & Delivery

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I Too Late ourselves contend that.totto we prosperity can spend and
Due to tremendous
the thought of curtailed gov response our
HttIMfM expenditures is iWieulors
To Classify
We most spend more
I titan we take in taxes to keep
sy Russell Lair the economy beaming. What
dttfaeme dee It make. If the
Ih'fIf ry'tINy waned mare national budget to a few Ml JANUARYCLEARANCE
money school teachers, po- (ten dollars. out of balance
I lieemen, Aeemeet A4H'II8.' gse since k Is lust money' we owe
base oeliecter, and in the ourselves.It' !.
Mt.P of Moodily.. rising living appears. that the President .
tests together with the steadily
his advisers and Congress
value of the
shrinking Mill feel that the only
dollar, Indicates that they are
road to national prosperity is
than in their
more Justified
to spend and spend and
demands spend, borrow and borrow and
Thousand of retired

person pay Interest on top of inter"
who scrimped and saved
for old age are now finding est.While
that the dollars they saved I legend tells us that
are! not sufficient to meet George Washington once
threw a dollar across the Potomac
their needs. Widows are And
he would have hard
ing that the insurance their a
time doing it today for it .is a
thoughtful husbands providedfalls
far short In meeting the lot harder to throw a quarter
that far.-and the value of
cost of living today.
The family budget like the the dollar in buying power Is SALE
rapidly reaching that amount.
national budget is a way out
of balance, but unfortunatelythe While the war I In Viet Nam
family budgeteer cannot may be necessary< & and the
borrow the money he needs Great Society program aworthwhile
nor can he tax his neighborfor (effort along with
funds to pay his bills. the usual congressional boondoggles -
While the bright economiststell designed to benefit
us we have nothing to candidates for re-election, the

economy worry about is booming the national unemployment average pay the bill citizen Is beginning who must to will l continue thru Mon. JAN. 22nd
Is lower than it has wonder where it will all end
ever been and the goose and which end of the stick he
hangs high the humble citizen will be holding when the bottom
finds their philosophy drops out
hard to understand. Ills taxes Before long a new group of ;; -.HJ. \\
continue to mount, city, state political aspirants will be
and federal He used" to mall seeking<< your votes with promises Ladies Robes
a letter for two cents now he of faster growth and stable
is called upon to pay six cents prices. Maybe if we makean
for the same service and is informed effort to elect a few levelheaded Lounge Sets
that f'Vf1t sharp conscientious men and
Increase still finds the Post women to public office It
Office Department In the red. might help. Maybe if we were Gown Sets 133V4i
(Postal employees' have to eat to concentrate on balancingthe
too.>)> budget.-local, state and
Political leaders and their national. it would be a stepIn
college professor economists the right direction. Pajama Sets

NOTICE Ladies Wool Slacks

Pursuant to provisions, as set forth in Florida
Statutes, Chapter 193.201, as amended by the Fall Dresses and Skirts
1967 Legislature, each property Owner, Lesseeor
Agent requesting an Agricultural Assessmentshall
; ;J. -.J:>> ::J I
fill out a prescribed form.

This application pertaining to Florida Slat
utes 193.201 is specifically request for Agricultural One Group Dresses $5.00
Zoning for Tax Assessment purposes and
has no relationship to the County Zoning for land
use. Bobby Brooks Long Sleeve Permanent Press Shirts

Property owner must file this applicationeach
year to the County Tax Assessor, between Regular $6.00-Now $4.00
January first and April first, so that the County

Agricultural Zoning Board may consider the ap Regular $5.00-Now $3.00
plication for Agricultural classification.

: forms available Tax As
are at
sessor's Office. Kayser Nylon Gloves-2 Pair for $2.99

Tax Assessor Kayser Kid Gloves-$3.95 and $4.49

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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We Pay Pottage Both Ways
t .."..............,..................If....... NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE

:D Bunae.ll, Florida

" / rrAtl HMrI OPEN 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Monday thru Saturday
I I -B:

r wuw osnWUS$01 -

I : ornas....4 a.a,g..u.s.c i.r M..... ,

7-THE M.. JAffVART ... IMf
Weekly Sermon
OASSifllVADVERTISING. 'AL A...............
( B*.. Oliver r. Tarter Penler I L OAL '*"
&MflfcJkssU it wits MOTN'N M hereby gives tlailrl
Malbodist ..sreh (' : ..Ga K. MootiT l."IHII .e
NEWS ..U.I. (lre It Court of PlhiMr
LOVE ANN RATE iiI .'_ S.. a. ...t,.. Piorlda has ow basil the
IM.MALI it:. IIC,' etwII>< ,... betngliws< So
Human nature Is hmpeired putMirr .... of land that bM .es
with the love r1A .. tar ..... and that Mark
MHfNBLL FIRST BAPTIST o< Gout In a l'ATlUC ANN ... have been unclaiad ....
this D. Aadsf Potter competition werW aM sel ty RATE 4c per wwd. Misfeavaa r 11 'aNlert ., three it to *mrK ftt I. J.nuarr I. .....
easy to .loan t. tote that Isao SUM.
Sunday. : 9:45 ara Sunday"ititooL charge per TMSJ STATSI or ,, 'r A1IMJUII'I'
which we 0I feM'. In feet *whale ---- -- -- rai i fm- -
PATBICIA / I nTH "i.......
that drain IM4 Hk A... MflS4fcM of Mfc Tr
we fear becww SEPTIC TANK cleaning; property
11:60 a... Burning VfenMft .Mali rltMl taWO, A Tr t Mk C M Jah ......
6:39 p.m. Training Unfen. that which we fear fe hIM installed; Reta...., r_ ... ........ ... Her ... Two IS.AMOUNT. i
a threat to the IndtvMwl as snail shell Reasonable prices. a sit ba. boa* IM"..... "
7:39 p.m. Evening W.... In to ..... ... .MJ.
a person When an individual Call George ,..... 497-3416 .
Wed.: 7:30 p.m. Prayer you mn hereby IINNTONf ItOl
becomes overpowered by M* 8-1-tl your ......r .., .al.. uf property ft I t'
Service. own selftahneas he let hit t ht' srt. and % U At. JobM IteveloMMNM I
Nursery, all services. can Venice Park Sub.. Canal lots ......., upon .e. ..*.. AM- II. Twp It. Nee lit
Stocks East of etftahneas turn Into mean pletuir. ...... M a..*.
2 steps ght. Lantana Ave. Lots
n.ea. and Ada 10: T- ad eooto *f yM are Mo*
Moody Boulevard. An Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7; Avaten Ave. r..Lf) ( ......o< that union yo* *.
understanding that every Lots Nos. 28 and' 29. Tax valuation 1M HX L ..... legal ..-,. of
child has of to last A.....
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH that God to love.Christianity However In $960000. Will consider not Ia4er..... .... = for said fwde f y r. ;;;:
Flogla Beach cash offer for the 6 lots. WriteJ. IT**. 1. I.... said Naha .. be
Max HalL Pastor our more sophisticated livesas It yes tali .. ht .. the .caeca ...... ..eCounty.
Rummey 8114 Emily St. ": edd.
Sunday School: 9:& adults we rationalise the Detroit Mich. 48234. 11.30.tfc tt reeerM ,. L)
Morning Worship: 1100. love of God with our person 0' The' fllIROK )(. 310.44W.
al desires In order that se 4(. unfurnished house alt behnt tar Clerk of Clrcim lure
2 Bedroom
Evening Worship: 7:00
p. m. () J_. II, It*.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting: centered feelings do not haveto back of Brannam's Grocery. Wt'rf'mt* mOMHt. .
be compromised A Christian Contact Duane Deem, 43'7.3228.' 0' ..... LEGAL AUtEHTHKillCHT
7:00: p. m. Janney 4. Ii. I.
On the corner of Third andCentral shares with other This evening 1.4-tfc iioNon TIIK+ C'IH' IT fOIMT I'
does not mean that a Christ. at toll FUN FL.IIiLKR flit r-
FOR SALE-3(> Jalousie Win. t Tr. FMIHIIIAlltlb
constantly stays In a stateof COfIIorhtI t AITIuIS >.). 323
FIRST METHODIST bankruptcy' because he do*.. $6.00 each. Cabinet for Ile J. .flUL.. U HTTTRI.T.llalnllff. .
BUNNELL3rr. gives everything away, butit sink $7.00; R C. A. TV Con. all Sunday.'I'I .
lea It. IS. va.
Oliver Tailor. Pastes does mean that a Christian sole needs work $10.00. Large H.HIIK< "T ....: ASS l'OltNMR IITiT1H.T
Is loving, kind and generous Magic Chef Oil Heater $2000 ---- I'ef... .._ .
Sunday School, 9:43i .:- ."'1'It..:
TUlle Heater $1000 3 piece LEGAL AD
Worship Service, 11:01.. m. when a special I occasion presents ; : H0r} ANN I1HHSHR HTITR.DbwMeocv .
Methodist Youth Fellowship itself.Christiana. sectional living room suite HKQIKUT< LY
practice love as $2000 Phone 439-2317 \.tk. !. tttrrbr L'nkaoworotT
6:30 p. m Board of County AHE HKHHHT MrriKI-
a daily part of their lives because Jan. 11. TFC > that a CoMptaHtt for Divorce

2 Blocks East of Highway of nactor
:r been Mod .....-..t you. and
of the love of God extended ree.Iv..eakd .
No. 1. Lambert Street' are required to oi,.. a copy
HOUSE FOR RENT-Unfurn. of the irk of th :
to them through Jesus n.iHr County <.' your answer or ptoadmc to
fished two bed room house on complaint to the rtafettffa''
ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL Christ "We love, because he Bunneli. Contact nHl FtorMa. "" LKI..AND H l IAW.
Road in
Deem .
ne B... Canon Shamaktr first loved us." 1 John 4:19. Monday >.br".r O Boa 300. Bunneli. Florida
C F. Smith. Ph. 4373668. .pro stnMtrly !. .. ... the original answer or
Priest In Charge Jan. 18 Itp Type I e mnt.Th .. .... In the onVo of the
Morning Worship 10:00: am of the Circuit CMtrt on or
imate only and .,,
the ITth day of February
Communion first Sunday of SUPPER MEETINGThe MAN OR WOMAN wanted to for tabulation of If you fall to do so. an or-
each month. Products to hailer fount of default will be taken
supply Rawleigh .
reserve th right
Bunneli Methodist Men you for tho relief ct.-
Thrre miles east of Bunneli
consumers In Flagler Countyor Irv, to increase "dINt In the complaint
a meeting
on Highway 100.CATHOLIC supper NE Volusia County Good quantity Quote I'ATHIi at rhinaell. Ftader'
i evening with twelve menpresent. and In bag per. ".", Florida this tin day
time to start No experienceor be good for the .. January IMSOrWHOK
'! A film I'f'laUveto '
CHURCHES fiscal ending
investment necessary See year M 1100 II Y.
Rev FT. Anthony Laoa. Pastor "Crops and Insecticides" was miTho. Clerk Circuit Court.Flakier ,
230 "
shown. or write Peter Rasmussen Klacter ( County, florid
ST. MARTS. XORONA N. Arlington Ave. Leland or lonrra reserve Ih )
Plans were made for a Pancake and all
Mass 7:90 jert any Bya/ Julia IL HarveyiTputy
Sunday : am. F1a 360- .
write Rawlelgh Dept .
r .. (!
Day to be held at the Clerk
Weekday Masses: Mon. Wed.. 815. Memphis, Tenn. Board of ; .. B. MIIAW

and Friday at 8:30 a.m. Civic uary 19th.Center on Friday, Jan 1.18. 2.1 15, :29, 3 7. Stp. County mUaloner O. Hot' Florida"'

Weekday Masses: Tuesday, Ernie Will. U Jan U. SI. Feb. l-l-4te.
Donna Dearing. Hoard of un
Thursday, and Saturday at BIRTHDAY DATA lams Doug Shelten. era of hailer

8:30 a. m.ST. Happy birthday this week to: Monday-Clara Brown, Tru- Jan. O. F. ALFORD
Today-Louise Hormes. die Cook. ATTEND SHOW Regtatired
Sunday Mass: 10:30 am Friday-Henry G. Lee Michael Tuesday Judy Frances Mr. and Mrs.

Buckles. Persons Dr John Canakaris. attended the Estate Broker
Saturday-David Hahn. Wt"dnt'Sday-saUy Ann Bar. Merchandise 1aJUMU. Florida

Floglar Beach Sunday Stuart Rockett, tel. In Jacksonville 1 1.- I All
Reynold Nelson HooTr.


Sunday School 9:45: a. m.

Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Choir Rehearsal Wed. 6:45

dub meets the first

Monday of each month at

7:30 p. m.Woman's.
Society of Chris. Apply

tion Service the 2nd Thurs-

day South 9:30 Daytona a. m. Avenue. sure control of'lSoll

BUNNELLPENTECOSTAL HOLINESS insects in i potatoesand

Be. John Uagold. Pastor

Sunday School. 10:00 a. m. othervegetable

Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.
Life Liners Service 6:30

p.m. crops.Whether .
Evening Evangelistic ServIce

I 7:30 p. in.Deem .




Floglcr Beach you grow potatoes or ot 'er tion of Diazinon within one week of plant

Rev Communion B. W. Dlektrt first Pastor Sun vegetable crops, you can rely on DiazinonIng.. You can use either Diazinon AG500

day of each quarter.every insecticide to deliver the superior kind of emulsifiable solution in a spray, or apply

Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. soil insect control that definitely makes Diazinon 14G granular with an appropri-

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I ........ fLMfUi Ftsjto Bwt M.. A* EDMOttSOtf FB4MT. JAN. WHy !VSPOK1S
MI_ .. .af sponsored ,
i MY H08TI d1.....e seslting a16" \\UED AS e the flu w lhdLIl tilt NOTfSMNNELL -

! fey Seeut Troop 4t6. Flag. be presented' durin PRESIDENTP. Miens Club will be Friday,
tee Beach will have a Court gram starting at 7 Jan. W at ts>e Bmn.H Civic OIBLS
I ef Honor dinner February 9 Ticket mabe, A. Cdnwnson WSM in. Casrtst Co-Chale en tor the
from 5:30: until 7 p. m at The from any troop .... President of the Flag assaJr aw Levi Drady and Jim STOMP HASTINGS
,County Shrine Club at tRjrir -n.U I wd.Serving. By Beth Motherly
.. w, meeting ThxusBy how will be from The BwnnHI High Schoolgirl
..... at the Dekofes Restau" 7 a. m. uMil 11 a. m. and 3:39 basketball team defeated -
thru north A1A Mr. and Mrs. p m. until 7-39 p. m Hastings girt 60 to 7 In a
... Novak were Pmoeds hers the pewee
game played there Saturday
Others InMalM G.eqe win t.+wed 1M eIHtNta re.
JACKSONVILLE were go. night. filch point scorer' was
". First Wee President. pair funds and mission pro- Kay Ferryman< with 12 point
>nry Stott Second Vice )!ole. The girl next game is In
John Rice Seeee- St. Augustine when they play
)' and O. F. Alford Treas- FLACLER TB SEAL St. Joe Friday ntgM. Saturday
1 I night they go to Green Cove
Z D. Holland was install Spring fer a 5 o'clock gameto
& officr 1966 1967 be t.Uewf'd'y two boys
Brevard .,&U J34.6T6'
The dub voted to>> send $150 "IMI.
the Crippled Children Ftogler $738 $786VohMia
$43. 17 $42.449
Levi Brannam. immediate 19S9 In support of the Crippled
president read a letter Children Home. The certificates
the Crippled ChiMrens were purchased for $75 Bunnell High School eager
UOJ"P. thanking the club for to $150 each. met one of the strongest opponents -
toys which the Guest were Mr. and Mrs. of the season when
had sent to the home. Ernest Prough. new arrivalsat they lost to Baldwin Friday
I George Wkkllne told of the Flagler Beach from Indiana night by a score of 73 to 5&
R Certificates which the club Mr and Mrs. Gill Becker. The Jayvees won a low scorIng .
bought since February Washington Oaks State Park. game by a 33 to 27 score.
Both teams will play St. Joe
Friday night in St Augustine
HONDA & KAWASAKISALES Saturday night all three
teams travel to Green Cove

S2.00-i.OO-S4.00 !Tea l.d.t ,.... ,.*. 2 4:"* LU HOP UP JOBS Carver Junior High boys
Iat.. ,... I toJt ..... won a narrow victory over
SAVE $" I.00 2J9 1:11 HI-FI PAINT Harris High of Hastings In a
l k. r.*. 4 :ao S440 JOBS played here Monday af
.. "14. r.rl ...... ,... t 4:"* 1:11 1' game
10:10"b :..:::...: ::r.:. ..auTICKETS -'. ...... ANrr ""'\ Factory Trained ternoon.leading The 15 to Carver 0 at boys the were half

Mechanic-1 Day and 20 to 2 at the end of the
NOW ON SALE! Srrtc third quarter. During the last
HIMMINO PARK JACKSONVILLE AUgR )J quarter Hastings came from
THE JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM BIKES & CYCLES CO. behind and tied the score and
kept the game tied until the
Null ORDERS: Seed.. ''.a..b..r... ... '' N iItT.:: ... 112 N. BEACH 255-1424 DATTONA BEACH last seconds' when' Carver won
I......... ....-. 114' L U- fMN. ,..'-.... ,i:: l by 49 to 47.

L The Carver girls lost to
I Hastings girls by 21-19 score
I Hastings girls held a narrow
lead all thru the game.
The local teams play Orlando

Only Chevrolet putsso Orlando.III Wednesday night In

much in for the TWO CARVER IN JAZ WINS

The Carver Jr. Hi Varsity
took a close victory over Johnson -
ti Jr. Hi Wednesday. After
playing a tied game down to
out. the last three minutes. Carver
money you put pulled ahead and won'" 41 to
35 to maintain an unbeaten
record for the season James
Giddens scored 12 points and
Our lowest priced car-Nova Our lowest priced wagon-Nomad Ed Murphy 10.
The Carver Baby Juniors
Chevrolet-low price is a tradition. won by 21 to 29 over Johnson
Baby Juniors. Kent Jenkins
scored 6 points and Cf'dillub.
bard. 7.


'* r.,..,, iM RESCHEDULED

Because of semester examinations
next week'" there will
not be any basketball gameson
Tuesday. January 23rd.
However three games will be
played on Monday night Jan.
22nd. The varsity girls will
play Orange Park here at 5 p.
m. The Jayvee team will play
Father Lopez Juniors here at
6:30 p. m. followed by a varsity
game between Bunnell
and Father Lop<<.



Bunnell High School "Big
w grit Little Band In DlxJ will
be among 15 bands Invited to
play at the All Star football
game Sunday at the Gator
Bowl in Jacksonville accordIng .
to Carl Brupoacher band.
Nova Coupe and Nomad Station Wagon top, Impala Sport Coupe bottom.
About fifty band studentsand
rrJl;; chaperones attend.

Be smart Be sure. Buy now at your Chevrolet dealer's. SI _
The band will play The
.. Star Spangled Banner" witht
M T Itt' mass- bands 'under the direction
.'. es-m...0HALLTUMLIN "of C&: Hal B. BachrnayDttectoTEialeritus -
of the
UnlversttjTof Florida band.
The group will leave the
band room at 8 a. m. Sundayand
200 S. STATE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PHONE 437.3131 return home about 8 p. m.
via school bus.T'EC .

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