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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: August 24, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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1 HOW ABOUT RECREATION? The TribuneVOL.

Flagler
i The Flagler County Cattlemen's Association and other Inter.

: ested organizations have requested !the Board of County Commissioners

t for an area at the Bunnell Airport to be used for their

annual "Cracker "Day" celebration and for a recreation area.

I The long-terra proposed use for this area of the airport would 55 NO. 34 THURSDAY AUGUST 24. 1967 53.50 A TEAR

, Include a building for 4-H Clubs and Future Farmers of America

I' displays and meetings. It Is probable this building could be built Petition BoardTo TEACHERS INITIATE
'' with matching funds from the Agriculture Department of the
I' State of Florida. SPEAKERS BUREAUThe Would YouBELIEY.E

This area could be used as the citizens and taxpayers of Re-Open..:. *. Flaglet County Classroom I
desired for worthwhile Teachers Association has
e the. county so any purpose. : :
. Again it will be necessary to push the quarter-horse race Carver High'The : : \ Initiated a speakers bureau, It Happened in Flagler
track and buildings back 350 to 750 feet from any runway that effort to reach the County 20. 30. 40 years ago
membership of the area's
for aviation
is open use.
! Flagler County Board clubs with the teachers pointof 1
I accompanied representatives of the Cattlemen's Associa
of Public Instruction has been view on the current educa
: tion and the five members of the Board of County Commissioners
ito rescind recent
Florida.A
petitioned tion crisis in 1957-TEN YEARS AGO
F on a tour o( this area of the airport at the commissioners meet. action of the board on closing minute program en The Lehigh Portland Ce

, Ing on August 7. Carver High School. The titled "Florida Education ment Company returned to
: The terrain, if the track is built with the necessary set back, school board met in special Forum", Is, according to the full scale operation, after being .
f will necessitate someone spending considerable money to make session Monday night at the CTA on the status of education shut down by a strike

the land usable. Board member Wickline suggested using county courthouse at the request of In Florida today. from May 22 to August 1.

t, road equipment and labor for this work. The problem of using the petitioners.The The CTA has several speak. (.:.)

runways was discussed at length and with the nearest runway circulated petition pre. ers lined up, men and women Gordon Shields, owner of
remaining open to air traffic, no parking area is available for sented to the board read: "We from the teaching profession the Western Auto Associate I
r spectator parking. the undersigned hereby petition and urge area civic, social and Store on Bay Street announced
fraternal clubs and church
commissioners the Flagler County Boardof the opening of Shields
As this editor said last week take a
" be
who Interestedto
groups may Station.
stand If insist on keeping 4 and not taking Public Instruction to main. Service
you runways open call them. Deadline is Sep. (.:.)
at
tarn senior high grades
advantage of new access, right-of-ways that have been offeredto tember 30.
Mr and Mrs. Coy Harris had
Carver, High School and to retain
you make your 'decision, stand up and be counted, but the freedom of'choice If Interested, contact: Mrs. opened an electrical appliancestore

please make decision.. plan for pupil placement." Wanda Mercer, local president aft Flagler Beach to serve'
On the entire airport discussion: at commission meetings customers in that area.

attended by me, the vote has been 2 for developing the airportfor About fifty attended the (-:-)

the use of all Flagler County citizens, and 3 for keeping It special board meeting. CITY OF BUNNELL 1947 I-20 YEARS AGO

as it is and leaving the privileged few who keep planes there as Spokesman for the petitionerswas RECEIVES CITATION Decker's Softball Team were
Sheffield.
Clifton E.
,
the beneficiaries. Commissioners Stefllk and Cowart have been the flrst-half champions of the
In. the these of school Sgt. McKinnon of the Flor Softball
minority on proposals.It Due to a tie vote Flagler County
would be Interesting to know what revenue is being received board members no action was ida Highway Patrol presenteda League.
for the use of the airport hangar at the present time. taken. A request was made to Certificate' of Honor to 'the (.:-)
City of Bunnell for the city'slack R. R. Mosby store
continue 'the meeting Thurs. grocery
day, August 24 at 8:00 p. m. of fatalities from January operator at Flagler Beach had
1, 1966 to December 31, 1966 in
the building
at the courthouse. purchased
Thieves Attack LIONS HEAR within the city limits at Mon which the store was located at

BILL CLECKLER day night's commission meet. Central and Eighth.The build
LOCAL BEAUTIESVIE
ing was formerly owned by
Local MerchantRaphael ing.The ,
Bill decker, Daytona Beach FOR TITLE Commission awardedthe Henry Wilson, and was erected
Area Safety Council Director, bid for 2000 feet of tongue about 1927 by T. E. Holdenof 1
Sturman, local was guest speaker at the Bun Flagler County will have and grooved reinforced concrete Bunnell who owned and op i
\. merchant, was attacked and nell Lions Club luncheon three entries in the Seventh pipe to Vulcan Materials erated a drug store there for ,

I robbed by two unidentified meeting Tuesday noon. Annual Florida Crown Beauty Company for $1.39 per foot. several years. i
Pageant in Jacksonville Howard Lerch, Contractor, (.:.)
Cleckler informed Lion
late afternoon. "
men' Monday ./W" members ,,. Beach, Saturday, August* '26' ., The .State Department, of
t- The assailants entered the* highway safetjPlawsrecently of..JWmpub11" ; ry competing forr the title r""Queen" "1,155 feet of sidewalks to be Education in Tallahassee; had
-" Local beauties vyingfor located In Bunnell. Lerch received the Flagler County
'ti Store at the state ""legisla approved
Bunnell Department passed by '
I the title will be Miss De- the bid for $2,079.00.The school budget of $128,480 for
approximately 5:30 p. m. under ture. lores Dean, Miss Eharyn Ab
City Clerk was Instructed public schools in (the' countyfor
pretense of purchasing a It was reported a local resident raham and Miss Peggy Mis- to write a letter to Dr. John the fiscal year.
pair of mens trousers. One of Patricia Nobles, had do- slnne. Miss Deen, "Miss Fiftieth Canakaris requesting him to (.:.)

the pair grabbed the store nated her eyes to the Lions Anniversary", is spon- remove hedges and a sprinkling Chaperones for the Teen
behind and held National ,Council Eye Bank., sord by the Flagler County system on Bacher Street Club at the Bunnell Civic Center
owner from according to John A. Clegg, Chamber of Commerce; Miss for the construction of side. were Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
him while the other struck secretary. Abraham wil} represent Flag. walks adjacent to his proper. McKnight Jr. and Mr. and,
him about the face and head. ler County and Miss Misslnne, Mrs. William Deen.

f P. A. Edmonson, president, The, City of Flagler Beach. ty.FAYE (.:.) ,
After the store owner attempted
presided during the meeting,
to yell for help, one attended by sixteen membersand The lovely young ladles will HUTCHESON 1937 THIRTY YEARS AGOL.

.' of the men held his hand over six guests.COMPTROLLER. be among twenty candidates BAND MAJORETTE M. Whitaker had pur f
his mouth and nose preventing Judged by a point system on HONORSFaye chased the dairy owned and
him from yelling, while MAKES beauty, figure, poise and per. TAKES TOP operated for a number of ,
the other searched his pocketsand sonality. Hutcheson, Bunnell years by John Kendall in the

took an undisclosed COUNTY DISTRIBUTION High School majorette, tooK Haw Creek section. Mr. Whit-
amount of money. Contestants' and their chaperones top honors recently ait the Central aker had moved the herd to
Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson, will attend all activities ,Florida Open National what was known as the Say. j
The thieves threw the victim Comptroller of Florida, announced :planned for the one-dayevent Baton Twirling Contest at St. ers place located about a mile r I

to the floor and kicked the release of $23 Leo College, Dade City, Flor north of town. '
him several (times about. the 696.869 this week to county .
The swimsuit parade is ida. She received six trophiesand ( : )
chest and ribs. Board of Pubic Instruction for
scheduled for 3:00 p. m. at the a medal for her outstanding Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rodgerswere
The Flagler County Sheriff's use in AugustIncluded ,Jacksonville Beach Coliseum performances.The moving into their homeon

!r. Department is conducting an In the sum, Dickinson Auditorium. Final Judging talented twirler was Moody Blvd. which had
C r investigation of the incident. explained, were Minimum 'and crowning will take placeat awarded a trophy for "Inter been completely remodeledand
Foundation Program 8:00 p. m. in the Coliseum. mediate Senior Champion in repainted inside and out.
e funds amounting to $18,970- Solo Twirling" of the Central The home also had new furnishings
WOMEN GOLFERSTO 116. The additional $4,726,753was 'The event is free to the pub. Florida Open National. Other throughout, making it

FORM ASSN. provided by state sales trophies won by Faye included one of Bunnell's many attrac :
tax revenue, lic.KORONA first place In solo competition tive homes. ;
There will be a nesting at RESIDENT ; first place in fancy strut (-:-) ;
the Ocean Palm Country Club, The Flagler County Boardof and two-baton twirling: divisions '
At the annual St. Mary'sparishioners
South A-1-A, Flagler Beach, Public Instruction received DIED SUNDAYMiss ; second place for military
at Korona
September 13 at 10:00: a. m. $26,459.00. strut and basic strutting. picnic '
Victoria Mlela, 64, Star Beach, five miles south' of ,
for all interested women goli received medal for
She a plac
Korona died Sunday
Route ,
Flagler Beach, races wsje won
enthusiasts.A STUDENTS SHOULD third in baton duet .
Association morning at Daytona Beach ing a performed by Miss Jennie Pikuta, Mrs.
Golf
Women's
with Barbara Hunt of
will be organized and all in. REGISTER AUGUST 25 General Hospital Daytona Beach. Annie Mikulka, Miss Wanda
Kozak Paul Slovak and Lee
,
terested perons are urged to All new students planningto Born In Poland, she movedto The attractive BHS student, Lawrence. Members of the

attend. attend Bunnell High School Korona forty years ago daughter of Mr. and Mrs. picnic committee were The
For further Information contact from Chicago. She was a Frank Hutcheson, Flagler
this school term will register Rev. Father C. Hoffman, Mrs.
Dot Reed, 439-2406, Flag. for classes Friday August :35. 'member of St. Mary's Catho Beach, has participated in the Frank Crosin, Mrs. PaulStanlfth
ler Beach. lie Church and the Korona baton twirling competitions
until 3:00
9:00
a. m. p. m. Mrs. Anna Cywinskl.Mkw ,
Club. for the
Community throughout the state
Lottie Kozak and Paul
REGISTRATION: DAY SET Principal Kenneth Herring She is survived by two first past three years. She Is alsoa ,
Stanish. Judges were: B. Trojan
also announced the telephone cousins, Mrs. Helen Pawteckl, member of Carol's Comets, ,
AT FLAGLER BEACH SCHOOL number at BUS baa bam Korona and Mrs. Caroline Baton Twirling Team of Daytona Henry Zeller and Mis
chanted 437.... The Harvey Ill. Beach. Naeka Broehe.
Kong,
Registration for all students ws (-:.)
grades one through: six, number recently' changedand Requiem Mass was held She will be :featured as a
will be Friday, August 25, is not in the directory. Wednesday morning at 10:00at solo twirler with the Bunnell 1M7-FORTY YEARS AGO

9:00 a. m. to 3:00: p. m. at the S. Mary's Church, Kocona. High School "Biggest Little Sheriff Perry Hall died in
Flagler Beach Elementary MOTHER OF The Rev. Father Antonio Leon Band in Dixie". the Florida East Coast Hospital

School according to principal MOHMMT MBS officiated. Interment followedat in St. Augustine, following .
W. E. Fennell, Jr. St. Mary Cemetery.Pallbearers LOCAL OOLTMS a fracture of the skull inflicted .
This registration is only for G. D. Glover, 57, MoMao, were Stanley TO OMAMMC : by a man named Jim
students who were not enrolled Alabama, died Saturday, Ay- SmigieWd, Daniel SmigieUkl, There will be an organizational Smith, who struck the ofsarcover
in Flagler Beach Elemen urn 19 lit tile Molten Bosplolafter n Mizenin, John Walko- meeting of the Ocean the head with a bottle I
tary School during the 1966-67 a short illness.He wicz, Ignlzy Koxczak+ Stanley Palm Country Club Men's Golf of whiskey early Sunday: I I
school year.Studeut was the brother of Mr. Kozak. Awn. Wednesday, August 30, morning at Roy, a small settlement
registering for the Sherman Glover of Espanola. Craig Funeral Home of Bun. 7:00: p. m. In the northern part
first grade are required to Funeral services were held ,nell was in charge of arrange All local golfers are invitedto of the county, when the sheriff
have birth certificate Tuesda' U ltnn Ala ,ments. attend. attempted to arrest Smith.
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THURSw AUGUST 24 1967
ctf: JFlaglrr\ QJrtbunrINCORPORATED 2l'LAGIJ:3
CLASSIFIEDADVERTISIHG
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HOICECscwr.iNC Lean Western "FIRST CUT"


.. LEN WILSON II
Editor and PublisherBSJTTB I
Pork Chops i ilb.
a McDANIEL
News'Editor RATE-4c per word. Minimum

charge per Issue $1.00.

Deilrted newspaper for all FOR SALE-Lindsay Water 49'

Legal Advertlal Softener. Fiberglass tank rea .
sonable. Phone 437-3206 after

6 p. m. Itc
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Entered a* second class matter a"

February 9, 191J. at the post- FOR SALE-1966 Ford Galaxle U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
office at Bunnell. Florida, under 500 2 Door V8. Power
Hardtop
Act of March I. 1171.
Steering, Power Brakes, Air :
C.p--- Conditioning. $1,950. Call 437- ROAST ib. 53
lie Per 3331. Aug. 24, Itc.

Oae Year *3-SO '" .

Six Moath ...... .2.00 NEEDED-Baby Sitter, after-
O.t.IM PlagUr C.n.ty noons, $10.00 per week. Call U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK

".00 Per Year 439-2494 before 3,p. m. 8.24.1tc


FOR SALE-G. E. Refrigeratorand STEAK ib.ib. .63

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT range. Good working con- .
dition. Reasonable. 108 S. 13th
TAX EQUALIZATION MEETING Street, Flagler ,Beach. Phone

Notice la hereby 4392053. Aug. 24, Itc. U. S. D. A. ChoiceRIBiSTEAKS
Board of County commissioners
of Flagler County will meet with House Trailer For Sale 1955
the County Tax Assessor at the
County CommUttonera' oom In two-bedroom, 12x50 ft $500.00 89'
the courthouse, Bimnell, ,1<'1orlda., dawn and assume monthly .
at the hour of 9:00 a. m. on Friday -
September 1, 1967, ,for the payments. Excellent condi .
purpose of hearing complaintsand !ton. Phone ,4373972. 8-24-ltp.
receiving testimony aa to
the value of any ,property real
\ or personal, a. fixed by,the County Furnished Apartment, ,one
( Assessor of Taxes, and for thepurpoae Choice Juicy Streak O'Letm
bed-room Includes
of perfecting:, reviewingand 438.00 monthly -
equalizing the Assessment, water and garbage fee, ]
been the value fixed by of the which County shall;Assessor have- or $9.50 weekly. Phone 437- ALL MEAT STEW WHITE BACONlb.

of Taxes, or changed by him. 3304. Aug. 24, Itc.
DATED at Bunnell Florida; 'Ib.Copeland' .
this 11th day ,of August, ,A, D. 4ge
1967. Roofing supplies, asphalt, 'asphalt ,6ge 'I i
BOARD OF COUNTY COM- 'shingles, mineral surface .
MISSIONERS OF FLAGLER
COUNTY FLORIDA paperand, felt. New roof-
By: LOUIS M. STEFLIK ing and repair. Free esti
SLICED FREE4i
Chairman. SMOKED (4-6 lb. Avg.: )
,
ATTEST: mates. Call 4392303. Atlantic .
GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk. Hardware & Supply Co., Inc.,
Aug. 1724 -2tO
Flagler Beach, Fla. 8242tc.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT PICNICS Ib.

BACK TO OOLCOMPTON"S
REQUEST FOR BIOS
Notice la hereby given that the ENCYCLOPEDIAFor
Board of County Commissionersof the home and school.
Flagler County, Florida, will
receive sealed bids until the 5th They give your children an
day of September, .A. ,D. 1(7, ,at educational advantage, helps I_ SCHOOL SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS I
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the hour of:*:00- o'clock a to. In -
the them do better school work
the office of the Clerkof Circuit _
Court In the Flakier County
prepares them for college,and
Courthouse for the following:
LUMBER this competitive world in ,Heinz 1 lb. Can. j
Approximately 25 000 board which we live. Call 4373236.
feet B" by 6", and'10', 16 feet Marvin H. Parker. 817242tp. PORK For MAXWELL HOUSE
long1 sized two aidea. AND BEANS Z %ge ,
Approximately 26.000 board
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feet 8" x 6". V1 and 10", ZO feet FOR SALE 2 acres nicely C 0 F FEE

x. long Approximately sized two aides.60,000 board landscaped. Small home, well Jiffy 81/2 oz. Pkg.

feet 6" x 8" rough, U', 14', 'IV secluded, off Old Haw Creek CORN Each
and 20 feet long.Approximately. 25,000 board Road, $2,900. Joe Martel. MUFFIN MIX lOc 1 lb 47e

feet 8" x 10" rough, 16 ft. and 20 Aug. 17, 24, 31, 3tc. Tin

ft'T County long.be Stockade delivered when to Flagler and aa FOR SALE-Reasonable, din- Hi-C 46 oz. Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

ordered. BJd to cover the fiscal note table and six chairs, FRUIT For
through year from September October 30. 1968.1. 1967 Frigidaire 'and General Electric DRINKS 3 $1

The Board reserves the right refrigerators; antique bed
4x to reject any and all ,bids. room-three pieces twin bed Old Dutch Save lOc 8 Bottle
t.' Dated at Bunnell, Florida, this ; ( ) oz. KRAFT AMERICAN SLICEDCHEESE
11th day of August, A. D. 1967. room complete; Tappan bottled SWEET Ea.
: BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
stove white DRESSING
MISSIONERS OF FLAGLER gas porce or SOUR 29*
COUNTY, FLORIDA lain. Address 1723 So. Central
By LOUIS M. STEFLIK, Ave., Flagler Beach. 8.17.24 2p
Chairman. Johnson's "Push Button Floor Care"
I ATTEST:
GEORGE M. MOODY Clerk. SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain NEW 3 -
Aug. 17, U, -2tc pRONTO 59E 6 oz.
fields installed; Rota-Roter Can '
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT snail shell. Reasonable prices. Pkg. 29CRISCO

NOTICE Call George Jarosz, 437-3410 -
TO WIIOM IT MAY CONCERN: 8-1-tf
You will take notice that the
. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -
' OF FLAGLER COUNTY FLAGLER BEACH LOTS

!I', with. FLORIDA.the provisions In of accordance Sections 50 ft. Ocean front lot north of FROZEN FOODS -

, 33609 and SS610 Florida Statutes Flagler Beach, $3,500; 2 lots lb.

I MARY 1966 B. TUCKER upon the, will Petition at 9:00A. of on Central Ave., $3,000; 2 lots 3 Tin 67 Morton' DANISH 131/j oz. Size
M. on the 6th day of Septem on Daytona ,Ave.; $2,500. Bar- ,
, the ber,County 1967, at Court Its meeting House room In Bun In ker & Wilson, Inc., Realtors & APPLE I RING .Ea '59/

nell, Florida, consider and determine Auctioneers, Tribune Bldg., Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order ,.,
, whether or not the Bunnell. Phone 4373282. .
" County will vacate, abandon, dls.
continue, renounce and disclaimany Singleton 10 oz. Pkg.
; right of the County and of SINGER AUTOMATIC
the public In and to the following BREADED Ea.
FRESH
t,:" described I land or Interest CONSOLE MODEL PRODUCE\ SHRIMP 5ge
,; therein acquired:
", A strip of land fifteen feet Sewing machine Zig Zags, Regular U. S.Jo. ) _
(15') wide along each aide blind stitches, buttonholes,

..... of the half-section the following line Intersecting decorates, etc. Original price POTATOES 10 "". 49C
described property: $300. Has a balance of $62. or T
EU of NH% of NWU and JOY LIQUID
,, NW 8f of N E4 of Section U, reliable party Jn this area can Golden .
( Township 29 Bast. 12 South, Range assume $2. weekly payments. RipeBANANAS

ALL INTERESTED PARTIESare Phone COLLECT Jacksonville lb. : King
asked to appear and be heardat 3531946. Ask for credit man- fOe 0
the .time 59
and place above Size
r specfled. aker. Will deliver, no obliga-
: Dated: AugUttMly tion.. Aug.3,10.17,24,31 Fine Ripe '
COMMMJpONBUS -
; OF FLAQLER "" Limit 1 with $5.00 food
or more order
dx WONTY. FLORIDA Paris, Ky., where whiskey Is TOMATOES 190
;r" By Chairman./a/ LOUIS M. STEFLIK! made is, the seat of Bourbon '

I Aug. 17, 24, 2tc. County.

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EDMONSON-HERSEY 4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE T:UfS.. AUGUST 24. 1967JLOCAL P. P. PELlICERS BIRTHDAY DATA ,

NUPTIALS HAVE GOLDENANNIVERSARY Happy birthday this week to:

TODAY-Ferris Solomon.
SOLEMNIZED FRIDAY-Margaret Hall,

The marriage of Miss Ra- Mr. and :Mrs. P. P. Pellicer, Harry McNitt, Gladine Chal-
beth Hersey and Flynn West one of the first couples wed in finch, Patricia Robbie.
Edmonson was solemnized at Flagler County, celebratedtheir SATURDAY Polly Fox,
i six o'clock Friday evening In Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary Pearl Blakely, Carolyn Cau-
beautiful August 8, at a party dill.
a candlelight ceremony -
). In the First Baptist 12. given by Mr. and Mrs. J. B. SUNDAY-Ruth Whitely,
Church of Pellicer at their home, St. Kay Weaver, Stevie French,
Bunnell.
Lady Allen is staying at John Johnston, who has
Johns Park. Dennis Clay, Glenda; Pellicer.
The Rev. Charles Anders
the Allen summer hone at been Abraham
attending were united in
The couple MONDAY-Mabel Frank.
performed the double ring Flagler Beach and had as her Bladwin College in Tlfton, marriage in a ceremony performed TUESDAY Karen Shlll,
ceremony. Ray Mercer was organist weekend houseguests Mrs. H. Ga. Is the
I spending summer by Judge Bartlett, Wayne Buckles.
and Mrs. Berni Hirschi C. Long, Green Cove Springsand vacation with his Mr.
parents August 8, 1917. It was the secont WEDNESDAY-Louise Dom-
was soloist Shep Cochrane, Bunnell. and' Mrs. A. B. Johnston. John marriage recorded in Flag-
The bride is the daughterof Arriving Monday for a ten day will return to school September ler County. pe, Ward Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Odell Hersey, visit with her were her brother 22. honorees were presented
105 N. Moore Street Bunnell. The FAMILY REUNION
and sister-in-law, Mr. and with gold and white
a
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Ralph Choate, Jefferson here Tuesday with will
Visiting serving tray as a memento of There be a family reunion
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Edmonson, City, Ma and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd and Edyth Robertsonwere the occasion. this :weekend at the
501 East Palm, Butnnell. Harold Ahart and children, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Morris The host? served homemadeice home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob
The bride, given In marriage .Gene and Debbie of Kansas and their grandson, Milt, cream and cake to those Cook, Magnolia Ave., Bunnell,
by her father, was radiant City, Mo. of Baxley Ga.
attending the familycelebration. when all of their children and
in formal of
a gown their families will attend the
pure silk organza designed Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith Nagi and Rose Abraham re get-together. Arriving Thursday .

with a detachable chapel and children, Haw Creek, !turned home Saturday from of Miami are Mr. and Mrs. Charles
train. The Imported chantilly spent several days last week New Kensington, Pa. where Richard Yelvington Cook and children, Chicago,
lace bodice of the featured returning home from a
gown visiting with Mr. and Mrs. they were called due to the Ill. Joining them Saturday
a scalloped neckline Waymon Lawton and family Illness of his father, Mr. trip to Atlanta, stopped over are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gig-
outlined with seed to spend the weekend with his
dainty
t
(former Bunnell residents) .in George Abraham. nac and family, Boca Raton
;
Mrs. Laurie Yelving-
mother
pearls and sequins and was Locka. ,
" Opa
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook and
fashioned with long sleeves. Grace and Mechele Steflik, ton. son, Gainesville and Mr. and
i, Her shoulder length veil of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Brannam daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mike Cook and daugh.
sheer Illusion was attached to and James Alan and Mary Mike Steflik, Flagler Beach, Mrs. John Rodgers and ters, Holly Hill.
a crown of lace petals sprinkled daughter, Daphne, left Tuesday
Susan were in Metter, Ga. last have moved to Ormond Beachto
with seed pearls and sequins for North Carolina for.
weekend where they attendedthe reside. Both will be teach
VISITS SON IN TEXAS
I highlighted with a William Roundtree; family ing in Volusla County schools several days vacation in the

crystal droplet. She carried a reunion.Mr. this year, Grace at Corbin mountains. Raymond and Mary Smithare
I crescent bouquet of white carnations Avenue and Mechele at Os- visiting in San Antonio,
centered with a white and Mrs. Frank Clark ceola School. Shirley Chambers returned Texas with their son, Pvt. Sam
orchid corsage. and family of High Springs home Monday from St. Peters Smith, who is a patient in the
Miss Margie Blakely was spent the weekend visiting Bob and Evelyn Cook were burg where she visited several Brooke Army Medical Center.
maid of honor. She wore a with Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Miller, in Orlando Sunday to attenda days with her parents, Mr. Sam Injured his knee in a fall
floor length gown of antique Flagler Beach, Mrs. Ruth Christmas merchandise and Mrs. C. B. Stickney. and is hospitalized for treatment
gold satin fashioned with an Smith, Bunnell and Mr. and showing at the San Juan Ho. His address Is Pvt. Sam
Empire waistline enhanced ,Mrs. Charles Smith, Haw tel. Misses Jo Hunnicut, Langs. Smith, RA 12886941, Beach Pavilion -
with a full length back panel. Creek. ton Elmore and Peggy Can Hospital, Ward 43C, Ft.
Her veil was attached to a Mr .and Mrs. Eddie Coffman trell have returned to their Sam Houston, Texas.
,Cabochon rose crown. Her Mrs. Louis Steflik and child and children arrived Saturdayfor homes in Atlanta. Ga. after The Smiths also stopped in
flowers were a cascade of ren, Martin and Holly and a week's visit here with vacationing at Jones Beach Wichita Falls, Texas fo a visit
1 green and gold carnations.The Mrs. Tom Lenssen spent last her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Motel. with A3c Buttch McDaniel,
bridesmaids were Miss week in Ashville, N. C. visiting Nipper. who is stationed there with
bharyn: Abraham and Miss wth Mrs. Lenssen's mother Carol and Ben Savoia and the US Air Force.
Sherry Hargett. Their Irish Mrs. T. H. Humphries.Louis Celia Joyce Emery spent children Ricky, Gina, Mike,
green gowns were of Identical Steflik joined them Sat. last week In Bradenton visiting Tony and Penny have returned OPCC GOLF
design as that of the maid of urday for the return trip with former Bunnell residents to their home in Salisbury,
honor. They carried cascade home. Mr. and Mrs. Alton N. C. after a visit with her TOURNAMENTWINNERS
bouquets of green carnations. Ford and family. parents, Al and Leola Jones,
Flower girl was Tammy Enjoying an all.day fishing Painters Hill. The Jones .son

Lynn. She wore a full length trip and cookout at Bulow Albert Johnston and Mack and daughter in law, Mr and Bob Mann, Daytona Beach,
dress of antique gold satin Park Thursday were Mr. and Pellicer left Mrs. Al Jones, Jr. and Kathy
last Sunday for won the Ocean Palm Country .
fashioned In the same designas Mrs, F. H. Howell, Bunnell a trip to Brownsville' Texas. and Bert of Jacksonville visited Club Summer Invitational
:the attendants. In 'her and their granddaughter' Miss They plan to visit other pointsof with them Sunday. Ar Amateur Tournament
flower basket were yellow rose Diana McKnight and her interest in the western riving Tuesday for several Sundayin
sudden death
petals. houseguest, Miss Julia Mor state before returning, home. days at the Jones home and a playoff on
Brice ris of Landove Md. Diana also the first hole. There were
Hosford acted as best with Julia Harvey were
man. Ushers were Randy,Mor and Julia are spending their Zach and Mary Ketus Holland Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Spurlinand twenlty-one entries playing 36
holes in the
ris, Charlton Wall, Quentin vacations with Diana's par returned home last Mon. children Robert, Melanie, two-day tournament

I Emery and Scotty Crews. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc. day from Llnville Falls, N. C. Daphne, Chuck and Russ, Sylvester
1 /! Beach.J. In the first flight Mann tied
Following the ceremony a Knight, Flagler where they spent three weeks Ga.
reception was given at the camping in the mountains. with Lloyd Watts, Jr. and
I church recreation hall. S. Cisco, Jacksonville visited They stopped In Athens, Ga. Levi Brannam and Dean Gary Wentz, Daytona Beach,
Miss Shyla Deal kept the here Sunday with Mr. and for a visit with their son and Holland returned home Sunday after 36 holes with a 145
I bride's book and Mrs. Charl Mrs. C. A. Riddell and Mr. and daughter in law, Grant and from a vacation in Mag score, one over par. Joe Pet-
ton Wall assisted in greeting Mrs. Otis Magee at Flagler Margart Holland and son gie Valley, N. C. where they rock, Daytona Beach, placed
guests. Beach. Also visiting with the Vince.J. spent a week at the Brannam's fourth in the first flight with
Assisting in serving were Magees Sunday were Mrs. "Summer Trailer".

Mrs. Faye Massey and Mrs. Mamie Gilmore and Miss Do B. and Naomi Pellicer and 146.Rem Murray, local golfer,
Walter Morris. rothy Griswold of Daytona son Donald, returned home to. won the second flight with
, Out of town guests attending Beach. day from 'a vacation trip to LADIES 148. Joe Costello, Daytona

I '. were Mrs. Henry Cothren, Friends of Mr. Clifford Rodgers North Carolina. They spent a DRESS SHOPAVAILABLE Beach, was second with 156.
I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cothren HERE K. D. Meadows
week
sightseeing and visiting DaytonaBeach
I will be Interested to
( and Miss Georgia King, of learn he has been transferedto points of Interest throughoutthe LOW INVESTMENT won the third flight
r Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. state. FOR FIXTURES ONLY with 160 and Harry Bengal,
Gilmer's Nursing Home in all you buy l. the fixture
I John O'Brien Tallahassee
,
; St. Agustine. Mrs. Rodgers is constant supply of $10.- Daytona Beach, was second
Leigh Crozier, Miami; Mr. John and Mardell Suther- 000.00 to $15.000.00 beautiful with 161.
I and staying in St. Augustine with mdae (dresses, sportswear -
Mrs. Tom
! Moore, Day. land and family, Vero Beach, hats bags shoes, In the: handicap fourth
ftona Beach. him.Mr. arrived Wednesday for several lingerie etc.) at no cost to flight Harold Hopkins, Daytona
\ After a wedding trip to Gat. and Mrs. John Hornsbyand days vacation at their Flag you train at and all supervise. will till help Beach, was first with
I r linburg, Tenn, Mr. and Mrs. children Tammy, Johnny ler Beach cottage. know how backed you by 146, B. Yeoman, Daytona
t, Edmonson will return to Tallahassee and Roger, Martinsvllle, Va., million WRITE dollar P. O.company Box 918. Beach, second with 151 and
where he is attending arrived today for a weeks visIt Dora Walker and daughter BAINBRIDGE, GA. Stu Lantzy, Daytona Beach,
I Florida State University. They here with her parents Mr. Janet of Wildwood visited third with 154.
will reside at 326-5 Pennell and Mrs. L. L. Harris. Visiting here last week with Mrs.
Circle, Tallahassee. with the Harrises last week. Daisy Walker and Lucille

ned was their grandson, Ron. Walker.
HELENE'S nie Harris of Panama City.
Don and Betty Moore and WHITE BARNANTIQUES

DANCE The Korona CommunityClub their children, Donnie, Bill :
will have a Games Party and Anita returned home
STUDIOTap Sunday August 27 2:30 p. m. Tuesday from Waynesville,
and Ballet at St Mary's Hall Korona. N. C. They attended the Golden :

Fall term Proceeds from the event will Wedding Anniversary celebration '
starting: Sept. 15
be used for the Club's Sick of her parents, Mr.
Enrollment Limited Fund. and Mrs. E. T. Sawyer.Mr. .

HELENE D. BRYAN Refreshments will be served U. S. NO. 1 SOUTH-BUNNELL
439-2373 and the public 1* IBntetL and Mrs. CorcMl Robertson
and song Boyd and Greg
and Stanford Robertson, left FLEA MARKET EVERY

! Sunday for Maggie Valley, N.

NOTICE righteeelng.C. for a week of camping and. SUNDAY

,I
The 1967 City Tax Roll it now complied TO ATTEND CONVENTION
9 A. M.5 P. M.
and! M open for public inspection in the City Mrs. Victor Buckles, American

Clork'i Office at the City Hall. The 1M7 Tax Roll Legion District Commander
left today for Barton M... WE BUY ANYTHING OLD I !
M on 100% valuation. to attend the National American

Legion Q my ntioa, Aug.
Nancy C. Rodgers_ u* 2431.Mn. No Charge For House Call

City Clerk Buckle:: ta an elected
oj delete of the Florida Department
City of BwmeN CALL 672.1843
.,. of the American
Le on.

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GARDENING Weekly Sermon 5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUR& AUGUST 24 1967


IN I Rev. Oliver F. Taylor Pastor t
Quantity Rights
FLORIDAPinching Bannell Methodist Church WE GIVE Reserved : t

THE MASTER: BUILDERWe METT S ** :,

poinsettias, and pride ourselves In the TOP Prices Good .
produce the same results
maidens material things we build. Any
.- both may make you man Is Justified for having Thurs., Fri., Sat.
see red. pride of accomplishment In VALUE and Monday, :ji

The slap from the lady produces cultivating his land. Theseare SUPER MARKET August 24, 25, 26 :,;.,
an Instant red face important accomplishments STAMPS and 28, 1967 'r
while pinching poinsettias Ished+ which are to be cher- 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201 X-
,
above all others
will produce red bracts this except
,
the soul of man. 'I..
fall. ,. '
',i'
As a minister who ',
'
serves .
If you are adept at penny-
pinching a budget, then God In this community I ask Tender Lean Meaty Armour Star : a
pinching poinsettia buds will but one question. How many ; '

come naturally.The knees people in have prayer been seeking upon \their answers FCCI SPARE I 1

why's of nipping un to their personal prob- 1
wise spending In the bud are lems? Do we really rely on LIVER RIBS ROAST
many.. The logic for pinching God for strength and guide 'i;
plants Is for a larger display ance in time of stress? Every
of "flowers." man needs help, and every

Debuddlng a poinsettia man his own is responsible soul. Christians to God for always -- Ib. 49- Lb. 55- Lb. 55- .

shoot when It reaches 6 Inches build with God as the
In.length will cause the plantto architect. "Unless the Lord
grow more compactly and builds the house, those who
:to produce more branches on build It labor In vain." Psalm
which to set color this fall. 127:1. Armour Star Tender Delicious World's Best

If you have let a number of I
poinsettia shoots become long HOSPITAL NOTES ROUND BONE CUBE GROUNDBEEF ,

and leggy, It Is not too late ADMITTED Joe White-
to remove the wayward sides, Joseph Clifton, Ruth ROAST STEAK
shoots. The trimmed canes Townsend, Carol Pache, Linda ,
can be rooted easily under Church, Robert Lee Giddens
constant mist ,and forced to Bunnell; Chester Parker, Or- Lbs
set color by fall. mond Beach; Mary Graham, Lb. 65- Lb.' 89-I 2 For $ ,
Jasper; Mae Raut, Seville; 99,1
Be sure to call a halt to bud
Minnie Edwards, St.
Augustine -
pinching during late August.
and Herbert Tew, Ocala. .a,
This will give the plant timeto
mature its color tips before DISCHARGED-Mae Johnson 3 t
frost. Minnie Edwards, Leonard Pure Pork Homemade Florida Grade "AU Ranger (Smoked) .' j
Johnson, Terry Jones, Virginia
Insect Control Family Pkg.
High, Frances Edmonson, PAN SLAB j jCUTUP
Whiteflies, If they reproduce Mary Graham, Alfred Batten,
according to schedule, Julia Lovelace, Elnora Foltz, i
will soon become a problem Gladys Whipper and Infant SAUSAGE FRYERS BACON
on gardenias, llgustrums and daughter, Ruth Townsend, I
other ornamentals. One way Edwin Bell, Carolyn Buckner, .
of checking for an infestation Tempust Culbreath, Chester Lb '
buildup is !to shake a limb Parker, Wanelle Hunter, Fran. 2Lbs.990 5 Bag $179 Lb. 55 ':
of a suspected plant. If a ces Zellers and Mary Broada- .
cloud of whiteflies rises from way. .
the leaves, the answer Is '!
obvious.For TO SHOW SLIDES \1
KRAFT (ALL PURPOSE) .
whitefly control, Ento- Rev. and Mrs. Reynold Hoo-

mologist. James Brogdon Extension with ver, Flagler Beach, will show Limit (1) with .. purchase ..
the Agricultural ,
r 32 Oz.
slides of their recent trip to :
Service says use a malathionor O I L of $5.00 or more 53
dlmethoate spray. South America and Europe food order. Btl.I "
Sooty mold on leaves of 7:30: p. m. Sunday, August 27 t.
ornamentals is associatedwith in the Fellowship Hall at the "
whiteflies. The unsightly First Methodist Church of FOLGER'S (ALL GRINDS) :.
black smut is a fungus that "',
.Flagler Beach.
thrives on excretions from immature The public Is Invited. Limit ((1) with I
whiteflies, aphids,
mealybugs and soft scales. COFFEE chase of $5.00 or pair49 .
j
Controlling the insects usually ROYAL NEIGHBORS
prevents the black mold. MEET MONDAYThe food order.'I I
Keep an eye peeled for hop j
ping insects such as Georgia Royal Neighbors will LONG GRAIN i
thumpers (grasshoppers), meet Monday, August 28 at t
katydids and field crickets. 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Limit (2) with pur- .

These Some of pests them are are leaf night chewers.eaters Herbert Allen, 902 N. .RailroadAve. R I C E chase of $5.00 or I, more 3 Lb. 29

which hide in the ground. food order. Bag
mulch by day and rasp awayon All members are reminded
the ornamentals by night. of the meeting. "
Chlordane will kill the hoppers ,SEA-CALL (LIGHT GRATED) .
as well as several kinds ,such Ironor '
resistant variety as

of well beetles.as the Spray plant the for groundas complete Brabham. Limit (4)) Cans Flat \,


many Summer control.gardeners Is lay-by-time-\they allow for avoided chore Summer during that hot ChoresA cannot weather be Is T U N A Please: 4 Cans $1 I

part of the garden area to -
rest. However, as the sun may shearing the hedge. ,, .1'
bleach the 'bare soil Into a Sheared hedges which allow
sand dune, it is better to to become shaggy before Produce Frozen Foods Baker
plant the plot to a cover crop.A geing clipped must be pruned .
will Increase extensively: large stems are
legume cover Golden Yellow Asst. Flavor
Everfre (Reg. Loaf) '
supply in cut and bare areas show on
the nitrogen

the are soil.two Crotalaria excellent or cowpeas summer the answer hedge to trimming surface. hedges The best is BANANAS Lb........'.....,.'.h.U fZe ICE MILK : n..... 9Se ;,:t tFresh

green-manure crops which to tackle the Job often and HALF GALLON ,'
will check weed growth end trim a little at a time. Everfresh (20 oz. Loaf) ,
POLE BEANS

give the garden a neat will ap shrubs Broad-leaved and trees evergreen need a sumS Lb................-- -,.. Zle 59* BREAD, 95e I
pearance. The crotalaria 4 Loaves...........
produce a yellow canopy of mber shot of fertilizer. Oranges Yellow Cooking WINTER GARDEN
azaleas, Camellias -
mangos .
blossoms this fall.
and other ornamentals ONIONS. STRAWBERRIES- Dairy Items
be many
If you plaint; cowpeas nematode., come In this class. 3 Lb. Bag............ 33e
sure to choose a
Bag Cooking Kraft (Fresh) T

2lOoz. 55Orange JUICE,
------- Bag.55c 49 e
4 Ib Glass..... ,
ON TIME

501
CERTIFICATES 50 FREE 50 FREE 5OFREE

VOtUMA MINIMUM SLMM BAYS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS

COUNTY RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLYNATIONAL With Purchase of I With Purchase of With Purchase .*

(1) Compl$. $1JO Worth of (1) Pan R..cly.
BANK m w. CENladS
ph. W7-MI7 Broom or Mop Light Bulb Cut-up Fry.rCoupon '
Onaand B..eh. FI.M.
Void Ator Coupon Void AfUr August 28, 1M7CWpon ,
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g-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS- AUGUST 24. 1967

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POOL TALENTS TO CHURCH A Outlook Florida


WIN 4-H AWARDSThe Social i l Security
NEWS 1
nation's 4-H spotlightwill By Governor any Floridian to suffer from

be focused next November NEWSQ. Claude R. Kirk; Jr. discrimination. That's as un-
on 12 outstanding teen. American as Communism and
that con.
"One of the things
agers who will be acclaimed FIRST METHODIST we must fight It as vigorously.
I have not been in the cerns me most 'as Governor is
national scholarship winnersIn hospital since I have been BUNNELL making sure that our steadily 'Just a few weeks ago I

the 4-H Achievement pro. eligible for Medicare, but I Her. Oliver Taylor. Pastor growing population Is assuredof signed'into law the first Legislation .

,gram. have had numerous doctor Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Job opportunities and reg. in Florida's History to
These young citizens will bills. Can I file a claim for Worship Service, 11:00 a. m., ular paychecks. prohibit discrimination of any

probably be 17 to 19 years of reimbursement for my doctor Methodist Youth Fellowship, sort in state employment. It's
represent all four sections 6:30 "Florida is one or America'sgreatest
age, bills? : p. m. a fine piece of Legislation andI
of the U.S., and have, a 2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. growth statesandour
4.11 Club membership of about A. Yes. You do not have to 1, Lambert Street. major growth still lies in am proud administration."Since it became a .law
Six be In the for the wonderful that are during my
eight years each. boys hospital your *" """" years
and six girls will comprisethe medical bills to be coveredby Just ahead. But for our people I became Governor,

12 champions. Medicare. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe !to participate in that growthand I've spent many hours and

; The national 4-H Achievement Rev. Robert Stuart share In Its benefits traveled many miles to make
Q. Do you have Co pay a $40 Florida citizen .
that
in means every
program, sponsored by Priest Charge sure we would have the new
the Ford Motor Company ter deductible the hospital each ?time you en Morning Worship 11:30 a. nu who wants /ito work must Jobs and payrolls we need fora

Fund, encompases every facetof A. No, if you return within Church School 3:30 p. m., have an opportunity to get onsomeone's healthy Florida economy. I
work. payroll. thought you'd be interested In
4-H Club 60 days from' date of dis Thursday.

Goals sought are project charge. >> CommunIon first Sunday of There's a lot of talk about some of the results."Westlnghouse .

completion; leadership development each month. Juvenile delinquency-about is buildingnew
; schools, church Q. My husband and I sepa Three miles east of Bunnellon tension-and''' about unrest. plants at Tampa and at

and community actMttesT rated several years lIlgo--butw highway 100. You and I know that the best Pensacola. These: (two plants

personal Improvement and $ never.divorcedvj I[.,1.alyel' cure for these unhealthy conditions will mean a total of eight

service to others. The 1967 never worked under BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST Is hard work-with a hundred new Jobs. IBM is-
winners will receive $500 security and I am now.age 62. Anders. regular paycheck at the end
building
Charles D. Pastor a new computer
Henry: Ford II scholarships Can I file a claim to receive of every week. The citizen plant at Boca Raton with four-

during ceremony at'the National social security Benefits as a Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday who Is employed, who is raising hundred new Jobs /to ''become

4-H Club Congress In wife on my husband's number School. a family, who is a respect. available before the end of
11:00: a.m. Morning Worship
Chicago. ? ed member of his communityis this year. Amheuser-Busch, is
Union.
Backstopping the national A. Yes, you can because you ... 7:00 8:00 pjn.p.rn. Training Evening Worship. someone who takes pride in building a forty million dollar .
winners state and himself in his In his
are county family,
are still legally his wife. But brewery at Jacksonville.
award winners who also have Wed.: 7:30: p.m., Prayer
Job.
you will receive' wife's benefits Service. Florida Power Corporation is
superior 4-H records.
compiled only if husband has constructing a' new thirty
your Nursery, all services "No amount of Federal
the National
paid trips to
Expense-
4-H Club and already signed up either for 2 Blocks East of stoplight, Giveaway Programs, no million dollar nuclear power
Congress disability or regular social Boulevard. plant at Crystal River. An
county medals of honor Moody amount of welfare dollars, no
are
security benefits. If you don't amount of the best-meant electronicS firm, Solltron, has
their respective wards. Win.net'S"
know whether he has ever announced a two million dollar
are named by the Co charity can do one tenth as
Extension Service. signed up, I suggest you con BUNNELL much as a real Job, with a expenslon at Riviera Beach'
operative
An estimated 2 million tact your social security office PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSRev. chance at advancement: and that will add four-hundred
and file a claim. We will then thirty.five new Jobs.
.
John Ungold Pastor more to
4-H'ers are enrolled In the money, give a young
be able to tell you whetheryou Sunday School, 10:00: a. m.
of be
achievement man or woman a sense
program. Age "These few
are Just a of the
are eligible at this time.Q. Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.
requirement for 4-H membership longing. And people who belong new investments by businessand

Is from 9 to 19 years. To My husband passed away Life Liners Service, 6:30p. to the community and industry in Florida. Before .

be eligible foot state and na several years ago and I col. m. who are a valued part of its the year is out, forty
tional awards, the members lected a lump-sum death pay. Evening Evangelistic Service life don't get Involved In thousand new jobs will be

must have completed three ment from his social securityat 7:30 p. m. riots, crime or deliquency. available according to our current
Deen Road.
years of club work. Chat time. I am now 57 and, "That's why during the projections.

because I am disabled, have
s 97 per cent on never worked under social THE METHODIST CHURCH time I'm privileged to serveas "That's a lot of jobs and a
Governor I want to
the Caribbean Island 'of Bar security myself. Can I draw your lot of pay envelopes and a lot
Flagler Beach make sure we bring those new of happy and faml-
bados. secure
money as his widow now?
Reynold Nelson Hoover Job opportunities' and those lies."

A. I'm no. You can Worship 9.30 new payrolls Into Florida-
\ '\ sorry receive Morning a.m.
widow's benefits at age (September-May) 11 a. m. and to make sure the businesswe "But we don't intend to stop

HASTINGS MATTRESS 60 If you haven't remarried Choir Rehearsal, 'Wed.- 6:45: already have expand to there. I've; established, Florida

& UPHOLSTRY WORKS before then. Disability pay. make more jobs available. office in Washington/

ments can only be paid In p.m.Men's Club meets ,thet first make sure Florida firms get
"And I want to
':' 710-12 Lemon St. everyone theirs share of federal
\ this case on your own num. Monday of each month at contracts
Palatka Florida have an equal opportunity. Idon't ,, In
ber and you would not qualify 7:30 p. m. one month alone,
Phone EA 5-9166 want any Floridian to April, Florida firms
because were
you yourself have Woman's Society of Chris-
be left and I don't
out want
Furniture, Upholtering never worked under social tion Service the 2nd Thursday awarded defense department

t Repaired & Refinished security. 9:30 a. m. contracts that amounted to

Mattresses & Box Springs South Daytona venue. SPECIAL IRS EXAMS more than twelve and a half
If you have any further I million dollars. That's a lot
Made to Order Also Renovated
questions be sure to contact SET SEPT. 25-26 of money-and a lot of pay

{._,. Call Laura Morris 437.3233 the local Social Security office FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Florida residents who wish envelopes( "

i"' After 6:00 P. M. at' 115 North Rldgewood Ave. Flagler Beach to: take the Special Enrollment

1 I I : PRICES REASONABLE nue, Daytona Beach, Florida. Max Hall. Pastor Examination in Septembermust "Right Commission now, the Florida Industrial
tells me
' BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED Sunday School 9:45. submit their applications there
I are many' thousands ot
j ', Just as near as your ECKER D"S 77th STORE 'Morning Evening Worship Worship:: 7:30.11:00. before August 31, 1967. Job opportunities In Florida.I .

Phone or Post Office District Director of Internal Intend
that
| these Job opportunities
Eckerd
J of
' Drugs Florida, Wednesday Prayer Meeting:
, ',i. Drop Us a Card or Call Inc. recently opened store No. Revenue A. J. O'Donnell said are going to keep on

I* Free Pickup & Delivery 77 in Palm Bay, Florida. The 7:30.On the corner of Third and the examination is to qualify growing and growing so longas

I''P store will be operated by Central. persons, who are not certified I am your Governor. I in

Eckerd's Orlando division. public accountants or attorneys tend that every Floridian who
::1,' to represent clients In wants to work will have the
CATHOLIC CHURCHESRev.
tax matters before IRS. opportunity to earn a regular
Fr. Anthony Leon Pastor In the Florida District, tests paycheck. That's the kind of

Ii Flagler County Insurance ST. MARTS KORONA will be conducted at Jacksonville good society I want to build

Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m. Tampa and Miami on with you in Florida. Together,

Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., September 25 and 26 1967. were going to do !t."

and Friday at 8:30: a.m. Mr. O'Donnell said interest'
LEGAL
Inc. ADVEUTISEMBIVT
Agency, FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL ed persons can secure applications "

Sunday Mass: 9:00: a.m. and additional information REQUEST FOR BIDS
All Forms of Insurance Weekday Masses: Tues. and by contacting their Board Notice of U County hereby Commissioners given that the

Thurs. at 8:30 a.m. local IRS office.Applications of Fierier County, Florida wild
receive Mated bide the
5th
105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171 ST. STEPHEN'S BUNNELL accompaniedby day of September, 1.P.J. 1961, at
Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. a fee of $25 payable to the the hour of 9:00 o'clock a m. In
Bunnell Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -
Weekday Mass: Saturday at Internal Revenue Service, Court In the Flagler County
8:30 a.m.COMMUNITY. should be mailed to the Director Courthouse for the following.
BONDS I* P. Gas the courthouse,
Audit Division, Internal Stockade. ,roD other County

MEMORIAL Revenue Service, Washington, ober bulJdIn.1, .1967 for thrroughlS.ptember
CHURCH D. C. 2 The Board reeerve the right
Flagler Beach survey to reject any! and all bid*.
by the Florida Dated at Bunnell, Florida, tbU
When Rev. R. W. Dlckert Pastor Council 11th clay of .
r you of 100 showed OF NTY D. t/e1 I
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. golf provides a $60 million BOARD COM.
DISTANCE "LETGEORGE Worship Service 11 FLORIDAFFLAQLRR
a. m. contribution to Florida's economy G
Communion every first Sunday annually. Four major Chairman IDS X. S'I'RFLIK

: MEANS of each quarter. tournaments annually gen ATTI ST:
Daytona Avenue, South of ewrte $4 million. OIlORGI1 K. XOO TJ a&e &..
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Sixteen year old Dave Sroal

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force in Ctaremore, Okla. He
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I iEOAb ADVERTISEMENT it,' THREE DEER ,HUNTS TIlE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THUHS. AUGUST 24. 1967

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FOft. BIDS SET FOR DECEMBERHunters
IlUQt'EST: I
Notice II hereby;' given; that BEAR HUNTS The average patient stay ;
who
wish to take
Board of today in nonfederal short-
County
kne new1l1 of receive Flagler sealed bid Flor-up part In the gun hunts on the TOMOKA AREAA term general and special hos-

to Ida the 6th day of September, A. Citrus Wildlife ManagementArea I series of four, three-day pitals is 7.8 days. In 1947, the
hour of o'-
Sock i at m. tmet office :OfOt have until October 23 In bear hunts will be average length of stay was ..
Clerk of the Circuit Court In the 9.3 days. The present average
Flakier County Courthouse for which to submit applicationsto on the Hudson 'tract length of stay in Florida is

APPROXIMATELY the following : the Game and Fresh Water of the Tomoka Wildlife 7.3 days said the Florida Hospital .

18,000 rations Gasoline, regu- Fish Commission at Talla Area, according Association, Orlando. ,

lar 16.000 grade gallons In bulk.Diesel Fuel. No. hassee. ) Harold W. Ashley, Fifth LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ,'f. :,;

Z, 1n gallons Diesel Motor 011 Individuals or parties of not Commissioner of the :.:;
650
) In 5 gallon cans. more than five hunters wish' IJT TUB COUNTY JUDCIR
MSDO-DM
( and Fresh Water Fish :
counT
IV ANI FOit FLAU- ji
250 gallons Motor Oil SAB ing to participate in of
one Lint COUNTY, FLOIUDAFJI.K }
30 (MSDG) In 1 qt. tins. 'I"
Motor 011 SAE 10.NonDetergent 'the three special gun hunts NO.
60 gallons !!.
IN RE: Estate of ELLEN JNB
In 6 gallon cans. scheduled for the Citrus Wild- The hunts will be Septem
BERRILL !.J
60 gallons K Pale 45 Hydraulic life 25, 26 and 27; September e .
Management Area should
Oil In 6 gallon cans. dCREDITOR"
gallons Supercharged No. 29 and 30; October 2, 3 and NOTICE TO
250 apply to the office of the To all creditors and all persona I
3 Diesel Motor Oil In 5 gallon Game and Fresh Water Fish ; and October 5, 6 and 7. having claims; .or demand

cana. Ibs. Chassis Lube, multipurpose hunt will be limited to against said eltat ,' ,
Commission
450 at Tallahassee,
You. and each of you are ,
,Ibs.in 25-35 rlbLrbts'mUltl: or the Regional Offices lo- more than 17 people; and hereby notified and required to-
1,600 '
I purpose In drums of about 100 cated at Manama City Lake group must obtain a present which any or claims either and of demands
you you. may
, Ibs Above, or quantltes equivalent are of estimated all the City, Ocala, Lakeland or West dollar (50.00 hunt per have against the estate of

. to represent requirements for Palm Beach. Official applica- All hunters must possess ELLEN ceased late JANE of Wayne BERRILL.County de-, 4
one (1) year and cover the fiscal tion forms and informationwill valid hunting license. Hunt. to the Hon. T. K. Me-
from October 1, 1967 tt lltnc
year through September 80, 1968. then be mailed to each who wish to participate ier County, County Judge Courthousein of Flair-

Bids must bid be submitted onpre.crlbed applicant for completion and these supervised bear Bunnell, Flagler County, Klor-

These forms forms may be obtainedat return to Tallahassee by October must have an applica Ida. within of the six first months publication from thedate of

the .Cler 's office on request. 23 for the drawing on In the Ocala office of this notice.
Prices F. O. B. Bunnell and >> Each claim demand
( Game and Fresh Water or must
deliveries to be made as needed. October 30. be In writing and roust state the
Envelopes must be sealed and Commission 2520 East
place of residence and post-office
Gun In the
hunting area
plainly marked" "Bids on Gaso- Springs Boulevard, prior address of the claimant and must
line, etc. will be limited to three con. be sworn to by the claimant, his
The Board reserves the right trolled hunts with not 11:00 A.M., September 4, agent, or his attorney, or It will
to reject any and all bids. more
A drawing will be held become void according to law.
Dated at Bunnell. Florida,.thUllth ,than 1,200 'hunters participating ( Each creditor hall deliver
day of August A. D 1967. the Ocala office at 11:00 sufficient his claim to
in each hunt Dates for
BOARD OF COUNTY COM- ., September 4 to deter- enable the County Judge to mall ,
MISSIONERS OF FLAGLER the three hunts are December one to each personal representa
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COUNTY FLORIDA hunt parties and dates.
By: LOUIS M. STEFLIK. 9.10, December 16.17, and De. tive.Dated
applicatn who is drawn D'j tIl1fill1 AD. 19'7.
Chairman cember 3031. BERRILL,
ATTEST: one of the four, three-day As Executor of the Last
GEORGE M. MOODY, Clerk Hunters may not participate must form his own Will and
Aug. 17 and 24, 2 tc. in more than one of the party.Application ELLEN JANE BERT ILL,

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT!: special hunts. Applicationforms may be made First Deceased.publcatlon on: August
contain of 24, 1967.
may names < letter, and must state the 4tc. :Aug.. 24. II, Sept. 7, It
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH from one to five persons and name and address
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFFLORIDA. will be consecutively numbered
IN AND FOR must be accompanied by
CASK! NO. 134 DIV. A as received in Tallahassee. '
check to cover cost of the
PL.AULKR COUNTY. No will be honored
name on
Checks will be return Why
LUERANA HALL more than one application.The .
Plaintiff, to those ,applicants who I",

W. T. HALL. the application hunt choice must, age also and indicate the not drawn. The "\.

Defendant. All hunts will be super ..
NOTICE OF SUIT: Public Hunt Management Area '
TO W. T. HALL Stamp number for each member by personnel of the Christian '
Whose residence and address and Fresh Water Fish
are unknown. of the party. Total harvestfor .,,,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED each of the three hunts ; 'but hunters *. .
that an action for divorce make their own arrange Science *; '"
shall be limited to 100 legal
has been filed against you, and for and other
you are required to serve a copy buck deer. Should 100 legal dogs
of written defenses, if necessities '
your any .
buck deer be taken the
to it on Rob't H. Matthews, At- on Monitorrecommends
torney for Plaintiff, whose address first day of any hunt, the remaining Camping will be permitted
Is P. O. Box 687. 109 Professional designated campsites only.
Building, New Smyrna day of the hunt will
Beach, Florida, and file the original be closed. and shotguns smaller
with the Clerk of the above 16 gauge- will be pro.
styled court on or before the There will be no special
18 day of September 1967; other charges for hunting on ,the waiter.'f read '
wise a judgment may be entered yon
against you for the relief de. area other than the regular i
manded In the Complaint. CLOSED :
hunting license and the regu- j
WITNESS my hand and the local
seal of said court on the 11th lar Public Hunting Area Stamp SEPT. 1 your
day of August A. D. 1967.OEOItOE1 applicable to most manage

of the M. Circuit MOODYClerk Court, ment areas.INSURANCE. OUistee\ Battlefield museum

Bunnell Florida Flagler County, be closed until September newspaperYour

(SEAL) AGENTS for refurbishment of its ex local It a wld(
.. By: Janice Murray newspaper range
Deputy Clerk.Aug. of Florida's most im newspaper with many features. Its
17, 24, 31, Stpt. 7, 4tc COURSE AT JAX: U. Civil War battle State emphasis Is on local neWS It also
,
Jacksonville University'sAgency reporjs the major national and Inter.
'
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Director Bill Miller an. national news. 4/!

Quillficatlon Coursefor recently. THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR

IN THE CIRCUIT, : COURT IN Floridians seeking to Miller said recertt expansion LUCAL TAPER '
COUNTY
AND FOR FLAGLER -
FLORIDA qualify as Insuance agents the museum building al We specialize In analyzing and Inter.
206 more floor space for dis treting the Important national and I
p13t STAMPER, JR., begins Sept. 18.Registration the exhibits. international news. Our Intention Is

vsBARBARA Plaintiff. applicationsfor to bring the news Into sharper focus.
Florida State Museum in
NELL STAMPER, the -week-long course The Monitor has a world-wide staff of
Defendant. Gainesville is under con correspondents-some of them rank
NOTICE OP SUIT are being accepted Immediately for renovating and re- among the world's finest. And the
TO BARBARA NELL STAMPER in the office of the th displays. Monitor's Incisive, provocative edi-

Residence and address unYJtnorFiE Registrar. Classes are from 1 Located near the town of torials are followed Just as closely

HEREBY NOTIFIED to 6 p.m. daily.Successful the museum com- by the men on Capitol Hill as they
'
that an action for divorce are by the intelligent, concerned
of the
has been filed against you and completion orates the 1865 battle adult on Main Street '
you are required to serve a copy 240-hour course qualifies candidate the Confederates beat
of your written defenses If any, WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITORYou
to It on BERRIEN BECKS, attorney to take (the Florida In- a Union attack confining probably know the Monitor's pro-

Is for: 119 plaintiff North, whose Rldgewood address surance Department examination forces to only four fessional reputation as one of the-

Avenue Daytona Beach Florida; for Insurance agents. In this state. world's finest newspapers. Try the
and file the original with the Subjects covered are Fire Monitor; see how it will take you!
clerk oi the above styled Courton
above the reader.
or before September 211. 1967; and Allied Lines, Automobile average newspaper ,
WE MAKE just fill out the below.
otherwise a judgment may be Casualty, Fidelity and Surety, coupon
entered against you for the relief ------------
demanded In the Complaint.W1TNBS8 Ocean Marine, Inland Marine, OUR OWN PAINTBUY The Christian ScJwwe Monitor

a U of said my utnt: and Bunnell.the and Agency Management.The Direct-Save Why One Norway Street '

F filer County, Florida, this Pay More Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 02115
Fist day GEORGE of August M. MOODY, A D., 1M7. dally discharge of water GALLONS '1.... start my Monitor subscription for

Clerk of the Circuit Court, from Silver Springs is approximately 3 LATEX .,5 Oil period! diMktd p tew. | snefeHstrett.
Flakier County, Florida. equal to the total I._. ((11'.$.fusds), oJI I

OflteHJ By Court: /sJanice Seal) MurrayDeputy daily amount used by all municipalities InteriorExterior2GoUoiM 8 i.M; tJG mainslit .

Clerk in Florida.
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Aug. 24. al, Sept. 7, 14-4tc Ntlllf
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SATURDAY AUGUST 26th

BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENSFREE


9 p. m. til 2 a. m. ESTIMATES


CUS':OM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS

BAMBOO LOUNGE BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES

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Flagler Beach Now Saving BtaaMll and All Surrouadrnf ATM,

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! g-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. AUGUST 24. 1967 ASC Members MARINE Radium HAVE
\ Liability May C.IANCE FOR COMMISSION
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jI I I > Canada Cabrof Birthday Should Be Best Remain If G. I. The Marine that male Corps recruit' has personnel announced .-

I Spotlights World Need For Good Water who complete: recruit
AvailableASC training in the top 20% of
Sells HomeM.
,,1 their platoons and pass the
Officer Selection Test, are eligible
county commttteemen T. Dixon, of the Florida ] for commissions as Second .

should ,always be the "best Department of Veterans Affairs Lieutenants In the U.S.

people available," accordingto was asked to clarify Marine Corps if they are recommended

1 s >a s B. E. White, County Office !how a veteran, owning a by their Com
# Officers.
Manager, Agricultural Stabilization house on a GI loan, could best manding
\V Joe Tid-
j Gunnery Sergeant
Yz and Conservation Ser protect his Interest. well, local Marine Recruiter,
s ?
; vice. Slates of nominees to Dixon said a veteran may said that normally, Officer

fill the vacancy on the ASC be released from liability to Candidates are required to
the government if he sells have college degrees, but un
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residential property and his der this program high school
Being established at the ARCS'county GI loan is not paid off, if the graduates are accepted if they

office. The committee loan is curtent and the pur pass the test and are otherwise .
elections will be held the third chaser has obligated himself qualified. For other information
..S week in September. by contract to purchase the contact Gunnery
is property and assume the vet. Sergeant Joe Tidwell at the
"The committee system eran's liability. In addition, Navy Recruiting Office, 618 N.
the backbone of the farm programs
I must the
the purchaser satisfy
," Mr. White declared."Its Veterans Administration that Rldgev'cod Avenue to Daytona -
includethe Beach on Monday and
responsibilities: he is a good credit risk. Tuesday afternoons.
conservation of natural resources
the stabilization of This release of liability does
commodities and not mean that a veteran could National Life Insurance Co.
: agricultural ,
price-support activities which have his GI home loan entitlement of Florida, a firm started
restored. The VA restores three years ago by a numberof
protect and Improve farm In.
entitlement only whereIt ex-state officials, now has
come. We need the best possible
Expo '67 hostess with a new water purifier, selected to portray cross-section of farmerson no longer is liable to the $133.6 million life insuranceIn

the Importance of water quality to man's health. u. ". the ballot to insure effective lender on the guaranty, and force.
the veteran Is otherwise eligible
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administration of the
for restoration. The release
) MONTREAL -This year the International spotlight Is focused various measures." COMPLETE
on Canada as If celebrates Its 100th birthday nation and of a veteran from liability
j as a -
In Flagler County, Mr. to the government does LAWN SERVICE
the
outstanding event Expo: 67, the Canadian Universal and
International Exposition Seventy-seven nations are participating. White explained, 39 farmers not change the fact that the MOWING
each depicting some aspect of took part last year In one or VA continues to remain liableon TRIMMING
the central theme, "Man and aratlon and many other use's. more programs administeredby the guaranty.
His World.." One of the main In every area of the worldit the ASC committee. Funds If have further questions SHRUBS and
Expo attractions is the "Man is of utmost Importance that disbursed under the Commit. you on the release of liability FLOWERSFERTILIZING
and His Health"exhibit.As one the one quart of water a man
tee's amounted :to
enters, 8 21 foot high "graphic needs daily for drinking is supervision Dixon suggests that
t' wall" depicts the role of research absolutely safe. approximately $14,000.00Last you contact your local Veteran WEEDING
In man's progress to Because it has the capability year, approximately 2,- County Service Officer, or Seasonal Rate:
ward health, and gives examples of, removing bacteria and viruses 600 acres of farmland were write him at P. O. Box 1437, Call 439.2373
of present and potential the reverse osmosis process improved under the Agricultural St. Petersburg, Fla.
serious problems dectingman's has
great potential for pro
health. Good health viding safe drinking water to Conservation Program (Paid Advertisement) (Paid Advertisement)
msn's prime essential to work, those underdeveloped areas of cost-sharing arrangement. The
to play, to build, and to enjoy the world where polluted wateris total investment In conserva '
his worldis based upon good the source or carrier of many tion was about $22,000.00, with
water, good air and good food. serious epidemic diseases. about half coming from the
Culligan's Aqua I Water Purl. The Aqua I Water Purifiercan participating farmer and the
fler was selected to portray a turn salty water into NOTICE
.new technique developed for fresh water. It can also transform balance from ACP.
,desalination of water, which Is ordinary city or private The County Office Manager
now being used to convert well water supplies into waterof pointed out that a list of eligible
water from almost any source extremely high quality. voters in the county is A very important meeting of the Flagler County

into ter. This high-quality new development drinking,wa using Cloudiness dissolved, sediment minerals, ,undesirable organic available in the ASCS County School Board will be held tonight at 8 p.m. in the

the "reverse osmosis" prin. matter, detergents //offensive office. He explained that any court room of the Flagler County Court House.
cipal. Is the first household ap color,bad odors and bad tastes, local resident who is eligible The meeting will be a continuation of a meeting
pliance which produces waterof such as chlorine, are removedby to take 'part in an ASCS farm held last Monday night. On Monday night the
high quality and for
purity the purifier, to produce vote In the
.drinking, cooking: food prep. crystal clear palatable water county program committee may elections, Board met in special session at the request of over
500 persons who petitioned the board to rescind
and he may hold office as a
committeeman regardless of their recent action closing Carver High School

Farm LeadersNorthCentral all area farmers to attend. race, color, creed, or national grades 10, 11 and 12. The petition further requested -
Farm Bureau policy devel origin. Further information re that the board retain and implement the
garding qualifications of committeemen freedom of choice plan for all students throughoutthe
meetings are held so
opment
is available at the county,
that county Farm Bureau re ASCS county office. A motion was made by Board member Raymon

!Florida Will 'Meet presentatives can gather to Farmers who are eligible to Tucker to reopen grades 10, 11 and 12 of Carver

discuss those Important local, vote in the committee elections School and retain the Freedom of Choice Pupil
leaders in
Agricultural state, and national issues also have the right to Placement Plan. Due to the lack of a second to the
i north-central Florida will which the farmers ,themselvesfeel nominate by petition as a motion, Board Chairman Harold Emery relinquish

meet in Gainesville, Florida most affect their particular candidate for committee mem ed the chair to Vice-Chairman Mrs. Myrtle Rice.
lor one of five Important bership any farmer who is
Then Mr. Emery the motion the needed
areas of Interest, Karst eligible and who has indicated gave
'Florida Farm Bureau Federation second. Mrs. Rice and Mr.
said. that he Is willing to H. V. Peavy voted "NO"
policy development meetIngs Following the Gainesville serve. Such petitions, each requesting more time to make up their minds on

August 31, ''according to meeting, Farm Bureau repre one nominating one farmer the issue. They said that they felt the entire board
an announcement by FFBF sentatives will return to their and signed by six or more should be present, referring to Board member
officials.: home counties for further discussion eligible voters, may be filed Dave Perryman, who' is out of the county for a
"A11 north central Florida on 'issues at county at the county office any time few days. This action of course, left the board ina
"farmers interested in the de Farm Bureau annual meet before August' 28. Eligible tie vote position, therefore a request was madeto

velopment of Farm Bureau ings. voters may sign as many continue the meeting tonight at 8 p.m.
policies for the coming year Each county Farm Bureauis petitions 'as they wish. Ad.
are invited to meet In Gainesville asked to draw resolutionsto ditlonal nominations may be Closing Carver High, in our opinion, is unfairto
for a full day of discussion be acted upon at the annual made by the Incumbent ASC all races. Many things are to be considered,
of policies and problems Farm Bureau Federationstate county committee. A recent such as : the loss of the Carver Band, the Adult

most important\ them," Art conventl6n. This year's change in the nominating procedure Education Classes at Carver, reasonable use of the
Karst, FFBF president! said in convention will be held in seeks to insure fair new $64,000 gym at Carver, and above all the
announcing the meeting.The Hollywood Beach; November and impartial elections by reducing parent and student's choice of where he wants to
meeting will be 'held at 57. vote splintering of attend school.
th Florida Farm Bureau Build. Similar day long policy development minority group candidates. Abuot 50 persons attended the meeting and
ing beginning at 10 a. m. meetings are slated This year, for the first time watched the petition with 522 signatures presentedto
In announcing the Gainesville In Clewistont August 29; the election of ASC committees
the board but it is
important to have
,
Winter Haven, August 30; De- many more
meeting, Kawt pointedout throughout the nation
that Farm Bureau policy, Funiak Springs, September! 6, will be held during the i third people in attendance. Therefore we strongly urge
"should.and does begin a* the and Tallahassee, September week in September. Previously everyone to attend the meeting tonight.
grassroots level" and urged 7. I I' fill such elections had been Petitioners started out, immediately after the
held at various times in different board meeting, in stronger numbers than before,
states from July to again add more names to the list. We believe

; '; through December. The 1966 that this school system would still be in compliancewith

._,.: : NOTICENotice ASC elections in Florida were the Federal Government if the decision were
held In August made re-opening senior grades at Carver School.

is hereby given that the City A..... This year's election will be It is worthy to note that over 30 students have

ment Boll will be submitted to the Equalizing held by mall balloting during already exercised their right to transfer from Car-

Board of the City of Bunnell, Florida, for approval the period September 1822. ver to Bunnell School in grades kindergarten

on Wednesday, the 6th day of September, A. D. ASC elected county for committeemen 3 are through grade 9. The purpose of this petition is
staggered
1967, at 8 ::00 p. m. in the office of the City Clerk. term To be elected year this year simply to reopen Carver Grades 10, 11, and 12,
All persons desiring to have corrections in is one regular member. Two thereby offering high school students a choice of
such roll, whether in the listing or the valuationof alternate committeemen will the two schools.

property, or otherwise, are hereby required to also be elected for 1-year If you have not signed the petition and would

file with the City Clerk, or at the meeting, their terms like to, you may stop any petition carrier and sign,
petition setting forth their objections to such as- or if it is more practical for you call 437-3301 and

easements and the corrections which they desire 'I someone will bring the petition to you. We need

to have made. O. F. ALFORD your help, we want your help, and by no other

/S/ Mrs. Nancy C. Rodgers .1..1' I means will we be successful in overcoming this

City Clerk : &i Estate Broker neat injustice being done to all races of Flagler

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