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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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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.\ Adopted ByCommissioners 'the Flagler TribuneVOL. HAPPENINGSI COUNTY ,




Flagler County commissioners i7iil'ii.".!''I .'.UlaUIII.uiiiI.I.iT.ul..ii1i!4,!! !.: 'J! !I!:,! : '
adopted the 1967-68 4
fiscal bUdget totaling $494,102at 55 NO. 39 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28. 1967 S3. 0 A YEAR What is this? This was a

a special meeting last Wednesday question asked by several
nightThe women in our community last
Routine ChamberOf week when they received sum

budget calls for a 1.335 mons for Jury duty. A law
mill levy which Includes .065 Commerce passed by the State Legislature
mills for the Inland Navigation this year ENTITLES the

District. The East Flagler ladles as well as the gents,
Mosquito Control District calls Meeting Wed. equal opportunity to serve as
for an additional 1.03 mill 1TM'. Jurors. Twelve local ladles

levy.A i : The Flagler County Cham were called.

breakdown of the budget ber of Commerce voted to Prior to this year women
showed that $239,959 is for adopt the by laws of !the St. were required to register if i
the general fund; $140,310 for Johns County Chamber of they desired to serve on the ; .
Jury. But not .. .
the road and bridge fund; Commerce at the Wednesday anymore
morning meeting of the Boardof times have changed the
$84,422 for the fine and forfeiture
fund; $11,536 for the Directors. The by laws were jurors are selected from the .
Flagler County ,Health Department f MA amended and; revised by the county voting list, which Includes ;

; $2,657 for the In. local chamber and a copy will names of both male :
land Navigation District and be mailed to each member. and female registered voters.
the East Flagler Mosquito Other business of the chamber Women must serve as well as l
included: the men on the juries now, so ;
: Control District is $15,218.
.1 Discussed co-sponsoring a ladles, be prepared, you may
; County mlllage rates have Chess Tournament at Flagler be'called next time court con
been set at 8.925 mills for Beach which is anticipated to venes.

properties West of Kings Road draw fifty or sixty participants -0-

. and 9.955 mills for properties from nearby towns.It After receiving an aquariumas
; East of Old Kings Road, which was suggested an area a gift recently, I needed
' Includes the 1.03 mills levied development plan should be some supplies and was told
r for East Flagler Mosquito CAPT. JOHN S. CAMPER the chamber's primary objective to contact Robert Walters.

: Control District. RECEIVES MEDAL MRS. KAMPILES for the ensuing year.It Stopping ,by' the Walters'
was reported 65 per cent home: on Magnolia Ave., in
MEASLES VACCINEnECOMMENDED Army Captain John S. Camp. DIED THURSDAYMrs. of the memberships have been Bunnell, I discovered he had I
er (right), whose mother Mrs. renewed for 1967.68 as a result quite a large collection of
FOR Mildred B. Sargeant, lives In Edith Kamplles, 59, 25 of the membership drive tropical fish and most mater.
FLAGLER STUDENTS Flagler Beach, receives the Tropical Drive, Ormond Beach, now underway. Membershipsmust ials needed for stocking an

r Dr. J. C. Brooks, Jr., Director Bronze Star Medal during died Thursday morning at be renewed by Sept. 30 aquarium.
of the Flagler County ceremonies near Cat Lai, Viet' Bunnell General Hospital. She for members ,be eligible to Aquariums of various sizes \
Health Department stated Canakaris of Bunnell.
all children ,between the ages The award directors to be elected.It Several were out of view, hidden .
was presentedby
of one to 12 years should receive Brigadier General John F. She was born in Chicago was stated ballots for vot Tin: a closet off the carport .
the measles vaccine. Freund, commanding generalof and moved to Ormond eight ing will be mailed/ all paid ,because darkness Is required
The Health Department now the 199th Light Infantry years ago from there. She wasa members and they must; be returned for hatching Robert ex
has an adequate supply of Brigade. member of St. Demetrlos on or before Oct. 10. plained.
the vaccine. Greek Orthodox Church and Announced officers for the Robert became Interested in

Capt. Camper received the the ladies society of \ the ensuing yea will be appointed !the hobby about 6' years ago
I Children may be brought to award for outstanding meritorious church. by the board of directorsat and started his varied collection.
t thg Health Department or taken service In combat operations the Oct. 11 meeting. ,
.
l to their private physician!, ; ,against hostile forces'irrVfenam She is survived by her husband 'Theuiew, 'officers will be. In. .... I ,
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, '" .. Vojusla County is planning a ',from -.January ton William; one brother 1*-stalled October 26 ait a dinner*
or
county'wide measle vaccination April 1967. Gus Skly, Chicago; one meeting,, plans to 'be announced A deer taking a swim in theocean
program for Sunday, Oct. daughter, Mrs. Elaine Canak later. at Flagler Beach is a
, 15. Capt Camper is a civil affairs aris, Bunnell; and one grand. bit unusual, we admit but it
officer in the 199th Infantry son, Ronnie Canakaris, Jack MOONSHINE STILLS happened Saturday. The deer
i" Dr. Brooks also wishes to
brigade. He entered the sonville. entered the water on the south
remind parents ,that immuni Army in July 1948 and arrived FOUND IN FLAGLER' side of the Flagler MunicipalPier I
r zations are no longer given overseas in January 1967 Funeral services were Sat and came ashore about
Federal and State
Beverage
in' the schools by the Health on this tour of duty. urday at 2 p.m. at St. De- 100 feet North of the pier.
County
and the
agents Flagler
f' Department and it will betf metrios Church, with the Rev. After a chase the deer was
necessary to go to the Health The captain graduated in Father John P. Athas officiat Sheriffs department located captured and placed in 'the
''I Department or private physician 1948 from Roosevelt Military ing. Burial !was in Bellevue and destroyed' two moon game reserve by Conservation
stills in
shine
for them.BEVERAGE Academy, Aledo, Ill., and at*' Memorial Park.REGISTRATION. Flagler County officer Wilbur Holdridge.An .
!IrI tended !the University of Monday morning. The stills
=
were located 10 miles North of -o
i i. PERMITS Maryland.His BOOKSTO Bunnell and one-half mile addition Is now under

DUE BY OCTOBER 1 wife, F. Arlene, lives at CLOSE OCTOBER 6th East of 1.95.Acordlng construction on the east side
I All 1966-67 beverage licenses 1930 Washington St., Daven to Sheriff P. A. of the Flagler Beach Municipal -

I will become delinquent on port, Iowa. BEFORE SCHOOL ELECTION Edmonson the two stills, one Pier. The present tackle.

I : October 1, 1961, Dale B. Brown, Capt. Camper has received of Registration 600 gallon and one 279 gallon, shop is being extended and a
t Jr. three awards of the Army Supervisor were situated within 600 feet glass enclosed lounge Is be.
; County Tax Collector said Mary E. Smith announced to.
I Commendation Medal. of each other. ing built. The new addition
I ', today. day the county voter registration The agents arrested Alton will be 18 ft. by 67 ft. and is
. The new permits are In the books will be closed Oct. estimated
25
Jessie Kersey, St. Augustine /ito cost approximately -
tax collectors office and shouldbe BUS STUDENT COUNCIL 6 and remain closed thirty for making Illegal whis- $3000 to $4000, accord
obtained on or before Friday days prior to the November 7
PLANS LUNCHEONFOR key. lie was taken ito Jack ing to commissioner Howard
Sept. 29. ALUMNI election.On sonville by the federal agents. Lerch.

The State and County Occupational The Bunnell High School Nov. 7 voters will be Confiscated in the raid were City Commlsloner Floyd

licenses also become student council will sponsor asked to vote on. a millage one pick-up truck; one 1962 Collins is supervising the con
.' delinquent on,October 1, 1967 the 1967.68 homecoming festivities levy for special school district Chevrolet car and 480 poundsof struction and the labor is being
: and may be obtained from the sugar. done by city employees.We .
which includes a No. 1 for the 1968.69 tax
1 tax collectors office, Brown
luncheon honoring the Alum. years. compliment the City of
said. ni. The luncheon will be Friday OCEAN PALM COUNTRY Flagler Beach on !this fine Improvement -
i '. October 6 alt 1 p. m. in Mrs. Smith said "The Supervisors CLUB GOLF RESULTSMrs. to their excellent'

: FLAGLER COUNTY the' school cafeteria. Reservations office will remain op. Julie Taylor won first fishing pier.
en all day Friday, October 6, for 3 the number
I EDUCATORS PLAN should be made on or place par on oA -
from 8:30 a. m. until 4:30: p. 4 hole at Ocean Palm Country
I before September 29. For reservations recent visitor to our com
OPEN HOUSE m., for voter registration. Club Tuesday morning duringthe
, contact Donna Dear- munity wrote the following
I ;; The Flagler County Education ing, phone 439-2464 of Bunnell first round of play for the letter to Mrs. Angela Wads-

_ Association planned a High School, phone 437-3342. RUNNELL GENERAL newly organized Women's worth, who has worked so diligently
'. "Q:Ia room Open House" at All Alumni are welcomedto Golf Association.Mrs. on our city's cleanup
Bnnell High School Sept 28 attend the luncheon followed HOSPITAL NOTES Val Brooks and Mrs. campaign: .

at a special meeting Tuesday by a parade at 2:30 p. m. ADMI'lTED-BIll Sanders, Dot Read tied for first place Dear Mrs. Wadsworth:
afternoon, according to Superintendent for low putts. Monday night I rode the full
Wilma Brock, Maybelle Cruse,
, Coy G. Harris. Bradshaw Solo. The association membershipnow length( of your town's beauti-
Haley Davey
,: The Open House is being CAP MEETING mon George Revels, Neva totals nine. Members are ficatlon area, and I was very
conducted by the teachers to THURSDAY 7:30 P. M. Eisenbach, Anna Hoff, Beatrice Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Read, Mrs. impressed by the effect It
: provide' the public with an op. Members of the Flagler Cockrell, Terry Lawton, Brooks, Mrs. Mildred Rockett, gives to the road.I .
portunity to become acquainted Squadron of the Civil Air Pa- Toulou Gordon, Grace Nipper, Mrs. Dot Elliott, Mrs. Margie just wanted to say whata
p with Flagler County's public trol will meet Thursday" (tonight Gladys Lee, all of Bunnell; Kinney, Mrs. Terry Weeks, nice, pleasant image It
;' school system, and discuss ) at 7:30 p. m. at *.. Roy Dykstra, Alice Thacker, Mrs. Virginia Stewart and Mis. gives, and express my appreciation
education with the school' courthouse, according to Jim Barbara Field, Marvin Cole, of Emma Kulp. to you for the job you
p tonnel, Harris said puller, commander of ate Puller Beach; Gladys Pierce, undertook so euocesefuUy.Sincerely .
The Open House is being local unit. Glen St. Mary; Norman Gould, OPCC MEWS GOLF ,
r. conducted in conjunction with DeBary. AMN. TO MEET Jim Dunn
the statewide "Citizens Information All interested persons are The Ocean Palm Country Evidently planting flowers,
Day", designated by invited to attend the masting, DISMISSED Carl Adler, Club Men's Golf Assn. will cleaning-up and applyingsome

the Florida Education Asso Spangler stated. Gertrude Dentson, Ross Bass, meet Wednesday, October 4 at imagination, plus *. little
ciation. Altos Smith, Robert Giddens, 7:30: p.m. in the clubhouse, ac- paint and hard work to oar

All parents and interested MWT ....,. Betty Logan, Henry Lee, Doto- conMog to president Rem Mur- town's litter barrels has pawed -
persons are invited to visit the they Spearman, Norman most effective to our visi
classrooms immediately following The Bunnell Patent TsachanAjsociation Gould, Frank Bloom, Roy Dyk ray.Murray said "All men interested tors. This should be an incentive
the Parent Teacher Association meeting Thursday, stra Maybelle Cruse and infant in Joining the newly to the residents of Bun-
meeting Thursday September 28 at 7:30 p. m. in daughter Lester Doak, formed association are ,invitedto nell to continue to take pridein
night the school cafeteria. Wilma Brock attend the meeting" keeping the town clean.




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THURS.. SEPTEMBER 23. 1967
HOME ON LEAVE 2-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE _
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INCORPORATmDDUNNELL. Petty Officer 3C Billy Cauley I

FLORIDA ., Engineman in the United Lean Western '.
States Navy returned to 7
Charleston S. C Sunday aftera .
LEN WILSON four day visit here with his Steaks.lb.
Editor and Publisher parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Pork

BETTE & McDANIEL Cauley Anderson Street, Bun.
Newt EditorDe.ig
nell.Billy '
Just recently returned
from a six months tour of 59lb.
ated newspaper foe aU
Legal Alhel1'.I. duty in the Mediterranean .
aboard the USS Agile.

Entered a* second iass. matter
February 6. 1913. at the po.t- KEY TARGETS BOMBED
U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUP'
office at Bunnell, Florida, under The Pentagon has announced <
Act of March 8. 1878. that American planes '

have bombed more than 225 98
18e Per Copy ROUND STEAK
One Year .$3JO important military targets in .
fix Month ,....... .. ......':,00 North Vietnam in the two and
Outside Flagler County' one-half year air campaign,
...00 Per Year Acting on recommendationsfrom Choice JuicyCUBE
the Joint Chiefs of Staff
the President personally authorized

LETTERSTO ings. many of the bomb STEAK ib. 98


THEEDITOR
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Dear Editor, : ADVERTISING Ii GROUND BEEF Sir: lb. 29


"Good Government" two
words which have are become Limit 2 Ibi. with $5.00 or more meat order
RATE-4c word. Minimum
trite and meaningless. Com- per \
munications are the basis be- charge per issue 31.00.
tween citizens and officials Small Meaty (IDEAL FOR BAR-B-Q) Lean "SLICED"SMOKED

that bring to reality a govern FOR RENT-Unfurnished 3
ing set of regulations that are bedroom house on EspanolaRoad. SPARE RIBS BACON'lb.

good for a body of persons Phone 4373925. 9-28-ltc
having common rights Inter- Iib.Pkg..
ests and privileges. A com 1959 VW 2 Door, Motor Fine 6ge 6ge i
mune means the common people Good Tires Fair Body $250.00.
society general such asa Phone 4392117. 9-28-ltc
municipal corporation; a Copeland's SMOKED (12-14 lb. Avg.) (HALF OR WHOLE)
Used Clothing Sale-Ladies
self-governing body.If dresses 25c up; Ladies and
the heads of the households Mens Suits 75c up; Mens
in our.lovely city. would Work Shirts 25c up; Mens
examine themselves and their Pants 35c up. Open Sundays. HA lb. 59
lack of interest :to protect Jerry's Furniture, Old Dixie
their common rights and prix Hwy., 2 mi. S. of Koroma. Ph.
ileges by participating: in city 4373752. Sept. 28, 1 re.
activities that would make the
FOR SALE-39" Kenmore
commune self-governing then
and only then can it developinto electric range. All new burn NECK BONES $-jTOO I TURKEY NECKS- Ibs. $4fOO

a form of Good Government ers land but oven needs in working thermostat.condition I RIB TIPS- 3> Ibs._....... JL PIG FEET & TAILS-'4

Reasonable. Call 4392365.
Communications mean. Sept. ,28, ltp. Ga. Red No. 303 Can

speaking in hearing and listening and doing.:resulting Ac. FOR SALE-2 acres nicely TOMATOES For $ MARTHA WHITE (Plain or S. R.)
6 I
tion by leaders among officials landscaped. Small home well
and electors in a pleasant secluded off Old Haw Creek FLOURIb.
friendly (transaction relation- Road $2,900. Turn left off Lyke's 15% oz. Can

ship Is most desirable. Ex. west Moody Boulevard, 1/4 CORNED For $ 00 Ib.
changing conversation,, ideas miles from towns Go 1 mile on BEEF HASH 3 1 5 37e
thoughts and desires that produce Old Haw Creek Road and turn

progress pleasing to right at bridge. Joe Martel. Pillsbury 1 lb. Pkg. Limit 1 with $5.00
food
or more order
everyone or pleasing to the Sept. 28 and Oct. 5, 2tc.

majority is truly good govern FOR SALE 1966 VW Station PANCAKE MIX Each 1ge
ment. Family heads need to
Bus extra clean. May be seen
take look at !ithem--
a good
at 405 Deen Road dally until Juniper
selves and arise to remedy the DIET MAZOLAMARGARINE
7 p. m. except Sunday. Itp.
present conditions. LONG dO ib.

Now there is lack of com-I FOR RENT Two bedroom GRAIN RICE 4 Bag 4ge

munlcatlon on, the part of all. apartment, screened porch car '
Red & White Large 20 Loaf
The commission should porte good condition. FurnIshed oz.

realize that the only power- or unfurnished. Adults ,ForFOLGER'S
they have is that voted (to only. Ph. 4373304. 9.28.1tc. BREAD 4 9Se 1 Pound

them by the people; and that SINGER ZIG ZAG CONSOLE Carton 43
is all. It is the people's money
MODEL SEWING MACHINE.
they are spending-not their
A-l Shape, Zig Zags makes
own-and that should be keptin
button holes, fancy designs
mind and it Is the
; people's
sews on buttons, appliques FROZEN FOODS
wishes (that should ,be carried INSTANT COFFEE -
monograms etc. Sold new for
out.In over $300. MUST SACRIFICE.Just .
the recent action over the pay balance $64. or as- 6 oz. 6ge Morton'sCREAM 14 oz. Size

attempt to mutilate our City sume $8 monthly payments.Call Jar For
Park there were two public Credit Manager collect PIES 3 8ge
hearings held at the regular Jacksonville 353.1946 anytime. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

meetings and after lengthy will deliver no obligation. Mrs. Paul's 14 oz. Pkg.
discussions over the parkinglot Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, 4te
project in which the peo- FRESH PRODUCE FISH STICKS Ea.
ple unanimously opposed the SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain 5ge
project, there was not one fields installed; Rota-Roter Yellow CookingONIONS
person who spoke in favor of snail shell. Reasonable prices.
it at either ,meeting. Yet, the Call George Jarosz 437.3410 3 lb. 1Z5e
Commission voted in defianceof 8-1-tf AJAX DETERGENT
the wishes of rthe citizensas
Firm
FLAGLER BEACH LOTS Ripe
expressed by delegations in
the open meetings. That is 50 ft. Ocean front lot north of TOMATOES '"" Reg. Size Jut.*
what 1 mean by lack of com Flagler Beach $3. 00; 2 lots 19CFresh 2 Boxes AW
munication. It must be remedied on Central Ave., $3,000; 2 lots Utl
promptly or it surely will on Daytona Ave., $2,500. Bar- GreenCABBAGE
be at the next election. ker & Wilson Inc., Realtors & lb. Limit 2 with $5.00 or more food order
Auctioneers Tribune Bldg., 7C
Angus Reynolds Bunnell. Phone 4373282.

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ADVERTISIJMENT:
3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE

NOTICE New roof line augments beauty of XHURS.. SEPTEMBER 28. 1967
< &
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ELECTION OF Three S
: ( ) supervisors

::, ,.F year water each Conservation for for terms Flagler of District.four Soil and(4) 1968 Chevy II Nova Sport Coupe *tBuilt Flagler County

OCTOBER II, 1967
Pursuant to the Soil and Water
Conservation Act Chapter 682. DiscussConservation
Florida Statute of 1949 and Groups
Chapter 28094 of 1953, and a*
amended 1KB. notice Is hereby
given of an election to be heldon
October 12, 1967 for the election -
of: Three (3) supervisors for
terms of four (4) years each.
Polling: Places A Joint meeting between the
Courthouse Bunnell Florida Flagler County Recreation Ad.
Haw Water Oak Creek Station Station., l3imint.Haw visory Committee, the Technical
Creek. Action Panel and the
Flagler Fish Camp. St. Johns Flagler Soil and Water Con
Park.
servation District was held
Polling1 places will be open between
.
the hours of 8:00: a, m. andS last Thursday to discuss the
:00 P. m All qualified electors L proposed Outdoor Recreation
residing within the District shall .
be eligible to vote In this elec i. Potential Appraisal of Flagler
tion. County.
A qualified elector as defined
in the Florida Soil ConservationAct The group was enthusiasticand
Includes any person qualified agreed the appraisal
to vote the in Constitution a general and electionsunder Statutes on a longer Ill-inch wheelbase and wider stance, the Chevy II Nora's fresh new look would be well worth while.
of this state who Is a land Includes a longer hood, short deck styling and stunning sweep-back roof lines. New Nora models For one thing, Flagler Countyis
owner. In the herein named District feature-oared side windows;foot-operatedparkung brake and keyless locking of all doors. For that within a large center of

R: N. Morris Administrator eitra touch'an optional wide accent band and bright moldings can be used(shown above) to enhance population and Is situated on
State Soil and Water Conservation the exterior styling of the lower body. Chevrolet dealers will display 1963 models for the first time
Board. on September 21. a large transient traffic route.
Sept. 28 Oct. 5, Ito It Was brought out by some

members hat, even now,

REP. CUS CRAIG TO ATTEND !BOARD MEETING overnight camping facilities
Outboard Motor Service ADDRESS PTARepresculitative are badly needed in the area.
Mrs, Levi! Brannam, Bunnell, Also mentioned was the fact i

Johnson EvinrudeJohnny's A. II.: (Gus) and Mrs. Frank Brede, Flagler that Flagler County has several -
Craig, St.. Augustine will explain miles of undeveloped'
eBach attended the SpaceportArea
what the state legislature shoreline and beaches.
did for education: In the Tuberculosis and Respiratory '
The general opinion expressed
last session, when he addresses Disease Association .
by the members present
the Bunnell Parent Teachers Board of Trustees meeting at is that the appraisal will

Association Thursday the Imperial Towers In Titus- give the information and an.
Auto, Body & Paint Shop .night, September 28 at 7:30 in rllle Friday. swers needed for outdoor recreation -

the school. cafeteria. Mrs. Brannam and Mrs. development to proceed

Lawn Mowers Repaired The Informative program Brede are the local representatives 01} a sound basis and in
will provide the parents an serving on the asso an orderly manner for both
opportunity to hear flrst-hand, ciation's board of trustees. private and public development
Welding what Is happening to educate

Refrigerators Furniture tion in Florida, according to. FIRST MEDICARE IN 1793 Of course the value of any'
Mrs. Gordon Buckles
Refinished Refinished publicity evaluation of this nature is
chairman. America's first "medicare"was
to make a clear and concise
JOHNNY BOTTERBUSCH The 1967.68 membershipswill aproved by President report of the findings and
be on sale before and after John in
Adams 1798 as a pre.
North Railroad Street Bunnell Florida make the report available for
the meeting for (those who paid plan "for the relief of
who ben-
use by
anyone may
desire to purchase them. sick and disabled seamen."
eQt by It.
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At present, plans are to have

,several 'hundred copies of the

".\ .,; .:. report published in booklet
r form with appraisals of twelve
rtl different kinds of outdoor recreation
GIMI I enterprises and an

:. til : .',. Inventory resources avail
S /' : z: ___II ... able for development.The .
:" :.., "e. .... '. .-- .. potential for recreation"
'
"
: .1,;>-" development in Flagler,County
.L will be appraised for the
"b j' ,
following kinds of recreation

\':... -, .. '. enterprises: '

.;?** t. \ Impala Spoil Coupsr( '. I. Vacation Cabins, Cots
." tages and Homesites.II. -
*:'
.-ft '\ ,! '" .. Camping Grounds. r
a. Vacation site.b. .
\ ,<,1k.iQ "f 11 .' .' .' f r. Jol ){I\; :\ .'. ,.I" Canoe or boat. ..

"r: Transient-trailer & tent.'

l': ;" Distinctively; new! ,' > Areas.,c.III. Picnic and Field Sports'.


: I ." IV. Fishing Waters. ;
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't" ,

TMl3ti( \ ..c 1. ,."..' ': Fastback or f frma I 0 .y a.. Salt Fresh water.V. water.b. .
'
go # ': Golf Courses.VI. .
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: '>
it" '''' Both'68Chevrolet I :.,' Hunting Areas. .
: ;, a. Small game.b. .
A ; -; .
l I ; Big game.c.
f Waterfowl. "-
tF'.d4a.-t Impala VII. Natural Features,;

I coupes.Jh,: Scenery, & Historic Areas of..

Some wan! the spirited, actionona that's right for you and, exhaust emission control? '" \ Significance. '

packed fastback the poised and classic lines of our choose, you'll.also enjoy such many new ones. ((4)) All kinds of Shooting Preserves.X. .
new Custom Coupe.The beauty exciting new quality features as new comfort and convenience: Vacation Farms and
:. of it Is, from Chevrolet and only (1) Chevrolet's quietest ride ever, Hids-A-Way windshield wipers ',. Ranches. '
a Chevrolet, you get both Pick tho because of Chevrolet's extensive rich new Instrument panel XI Water Sports Areas..

''' ,use of electronic: computers to help sumptuous new Interiors. '. XII. Boating.
''
'' ; ,isolate noise and vibrations. Chevrolet's best. everl! .. ..,m....
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NOTICM TO I>HPKDI
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\ YMOND Jl'LOftIDAMTO '

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rou are hereby notified,that a 1'
a t has been filed against you >:
fM in the above entitled cauaa: a4 t,
7*8 are hereby required to :
yd r answer with the Clerk J
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: plaintiffs attorney whose a111.
and address I la
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Impala Custom Coupe f NS CHARLES J LUKE IIATTORNEY
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I t WJlORTH RIDOBWOOD
sIIru: \ DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA

not later than OCTOBER II, A.

f Be smart! Be sure Buy now at your Chevrolet dealers; 11.Iy 1p7.you fall to do so, Default

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200 S. STATE PHONE 437.3131 BUNNELL, FLORIDA 117 Depa'J'Chrlr.Janice Murray :\

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE HIURS.. SZPTElIZrn ZS. 13G7 THIS WEEK'S

y RECIPESince
B
ELECTION OF OFFICERS MISS PEGGY :MISSINNE t the Thanksgiving and

SCHEDULED BY SENIOR '- -.;m:,\\-4t. iIV- Christmas seasons are approaching
,,':* ... ': we thought our
CITIZENS CLUB Jj9CA. : readers may be interested in

Miss Donna Akins and her ; r ,. this short cut fruit cake recipe
Mrs. II. H. Mur
given to us by
mother, Mrs. Henry Mikulkaof I ,
The cake is easy to prepare
Bunnell, were guests at last t ray.
week's Mrs. L. H. Drady and may be stored several
meeting of the Flagler Weekend houseguests of Mr. and
Senior Citizens Club. There I Tony and Mildred Kahleit returned home Wednesdayfrom weeks if desired.

were 50 members present for were their son, Tom Kahlert, Columbus, Ga. after several Short Cut Fruit Cake
the dinner, songfest and Athens, Ga. and Miss June days visit with her aunt,
white cake mix.
games party. Miss Akins represented Elder of Athens, Ga. Mrs. Onie Braswell. While 1 pkg.
the Club as a contestant !. there they celebrated Mrs. 3 tablespoons shortening.
in Flagler County's Mrs. Margaret Marshall left Braswell's 84th birthday an teaspoon! cinnamon.

Miss 50th Anniversary beauty yP Sunday via plane for her niversary.Mr. % cup boiling water,
contest staged at Flagler r a dig home in Onancock, Va. after 2 eggs.
Beach July 4. The Club presented several weeks visit here with and Mrs. Joe Vladar 2 tablespoons cold water.
Miss Akins with a her father, Mr. and Mrs. R. were guests last week In the 1% pounds prepared mixed
small gift as a remembranceof Sturman. home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter fruit.
the occasion. i'rdMr aQ recently with Bill and Mary annual visitors to Florida, % pound cutup nutmeats
The Club will meet next
Tuesday evening, October 3, Q 7 Lenssen and daughter Emily coming from LaGrange Park, (about 2 cups).

in 'Community Hall of the .' ;, ",> >> ,_.. ,.,_ -4 were Mrs. Andrew Patalek and Illinois, where the Creals Empty cake mix Into a
Flagler Beach municipal son Scotty,. of Bridgeport, fomerly lived. bowl; add shortening and cin
building. The annual electionof FALL WEDDING Conn. and Miss Svava, Thoris namon and boiling water and
officers and appointment of of Reykjavik, Icelanl. Cpl. David Gilbert, Anderson stir Just until ingredients are
standing committees will take PLANNED Indiana, who recently re moistened. Let stand about
Tom Ponce Inlet turned to the United States Line 2 loaf
at this Humphries, 30 minutes. pans,
place meeting. All Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Mis.
was the weekend houseguest from 13 months tour of dutyin 8&x4x2to inches, with 3
members are urged to attend. sinne, 144 Palm Circle. Flag.
will of his so .1n.law and Vietnam, is visiting at thickness of heavy plain paper .
There be a potluck supper ler Beach, announce the en
at 6 o'''lock, according to gagement and approaching daughter, Tom and Anita Flagler Beach with Mrs. Lucy ; grease paper.
Walter Creal, publicity chair marriage of their daughter, Lenssen, 'T Double L Ranch. Dearing and her granddaughter Beat cake batter vigorouslywith

man. Miss Margaret Mary Missinne Donna Dearing. spoon for 2 minutes or
to Claude John Pellicer, Mrs. Jannle Newell spent mix with electric mixer on
FLAGLER COUNTY Jr., son of Mrs. Mary Lou Pel- the weekend In Groveland ATTENDS BANQUETMrs. medium speed for 2 minutes.

NURSING COUNCIL licer, Jacksonville and Mr. visiting Stan'fleld.' with her mother, Mrs. Nazhla Trad attendedthe Scrape bottom and sides of
MEETS
Claude Pellicer of Bunnell.An Halifax Area Veterans bowl constantly. Add eggs and

The Flagler' County Nursing autumn wedding is .. Sara Rodgers of Titusville, Council Gold Star Mothers cold water. Beat 2 minutes.
Council melt at the First Methodist planned. spent the weekend with her banquet Sunday evening at Stir in the fruits and nuts.

Church in, Bunnell on Born,in Minneapolis, Minn., parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. the Sand Bar Restaurant in Spoon batter into preparedpans.
Bake 2% to 2% hours in
September 21. Becky Clegg, Miss Missinne moved to Flag. Rodgers, Bunnell.Mr. Port Orange.
President, presided over the ler Beach in 1957. I 300 degree oven, or until wood.
meetIng. and 10 members of COUNTRY CLUB en toothpick thrust in center
Miss Missinne attended and Mrs. C. B. Stickeny
the council were In attend. Bunnell ,High School and is of St. Petersburg are visiting ENTERTAINEDCountry comes out'clean..

ance. presently attending the adult here with their son-in-law and Cool, leaving paper on until
The council took necessary division of Daytona Beach daughter, Buddy and Shirley Club members met cake is cold. Cake may be
action in order to be recertifi Junior College, where she will Chambers. last Wednesday evening at eaten at once or stored 2 to 4
ed to handle the Home Care graduate in December. the home of Mrs. J. B. Pelli weeks to mellow.

portion of the Medicare Program Her fiance was born in Bun Wilbur and Susan Sheffield cer, St. Johns Park, for their
and voted (Ito 'hire a nell and attended Bunnell and daughter of Jacksonville first meeting of the season. PINETTES TO MEET

bookkeeper to set up a bookkeeping High School. He is stationedat spent the weekend In Bunnell Mrs. Tommy Bertha, president, WITH MRS. BERTHA
system for this pro. Ft. Benning, Ga. with the visiting with friends and rel presided during the business
gram. The bookkeeper was US Army. atives. session. The Pinettes will meet Wednesday
also authorized to handle The hostess served temptingcake October 4 at 8 p. m.

these books. The council au ATTEND HOSPITAL Harry and Carol Atkinsonwere and coffee to Mrs. Bertha, for their monthly dinner-meet

thorized the purchase of two OPENING weekend visitors in Jack. Mrs. Clifford Higginbotham, ing at the home of Mrs. Sam
sets of adjustable crutches sonville. Mrs. Danny Johnston, Mrs. my Bertha, Bimini.
and two walkers. County Service Officer Ray. Jimmie Crews and Mrs. Sammy All members are remindedof

The next will mond Smith, Bunnell, Mr. and George and Virginia Moody Bertha. date.
meeting be
Mrs. John Lutton,. Flagler. returned home Sunday from .
October 26 at 9:30
: at the
First a. m. Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Panama City where he attend DELORES LEE MILLERMr. THANK YOU _
Methodist Church, and Charles Donahue, Flagler ed four school meetingof
a day
will be the annual and Mrs. Marvin Miller
for I
meeting
Our heartfelt thanks to all
Beach attended the openingof the State Association of of
election of officers. Flagler Beach
announce
the new $17 million dollar County Finance Officers.Mr. the birth who extended comforting
of
a daughter born
Veterans Administration Hos sympathy and help in our recent
BEACH METHODISTTO Wednesday, September 27 at
sorrow. For the beautiful I
pital in
Monday morning and Mrs. Alan Bly and 5:32
a. m. at Bunnell General
OBSERVE Gainesvile. daughters of Lake Helen Hospital. floral offerings, prayers, cards, :
visited in Bunnell Sunday She food and other kindness, we
WORLDWIDE COMMUNION DEAN STRICKLAND with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and weighed seven pounds are deeply grateful.
eight ounces at birth and
PROMOTEDPvt. L. W. McMillan.Mrs. We extend our appreciationto
Worldwide Communion Sunday was named Delores Lee Miller. Dr. Canakaris and Dr.

will be observed at the Harry Dean Strickland, L. L. Harris returned Blanton and their staff at
Flagler Beach Methodist son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry home Sunday from Martins. Bunnell General Hospital.
J. Strickland SEAN JEROME
Flagler Beach, BURNSEDMr.
Church Sunday, October 1, at has been promoted to Private ville, Va. where she visitedfor Deep appreciation is givento
the 11:00: morning worship First Class. I a month with her son in and Mrs. Jerry Burnsed, Rev. Oliver Taylor.
service. law and daughter, Mr. and Bunnell, are parents of a son The Family of
PFC Strickland is stationed Mrs. John Hornsby and fam born at 4:15 p. m. Sunday, Daisy L. WalkerWeldon
Following the service there with the US Army in Seoul, ily. Sept 24 at Halifax
. will be a Fellowship Covered. Korea. He has been on duty in In Daytona Beach. Hospital

Dish dinner at 12:30 p. m. in Korea since May 1967. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY lie & Co.
the Fellowship Hall. All mem- weighed seven pounds,
ATTEND GRADUATION Tom Lenssen celebrated his seven ounces at birth and has
bers and friends of the churchare TREE SURGEONSTREES
invited. The birthday anniversary Monday been named Sean Jerome
CEREMONIESMr.
beveragesand night at Bali Restaurant, Or- Burnsed. : Trimmed. Sprayed.
rolls will be
furnished. and Mrs. Myrl Henry attended mond Beach, at a surprise din. The paternal grandparentsare Removed

Debbie Johnson is in chargeof the graduation exer ner party given by his wife Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burnsed, Phone 328.3563 Free
the program for the Methodist cises at Career Academy of Anita. formerly of Bunnell and now Night or Day Estimates

Youth Fellowship which Dental Technology in Atlanta, Joining them for the gala residing in Fayettville: Pa. Call Collect
begins at 6:30 m. Ga. Saturday. occasion were Louis and
p. Sunday Joy Mr. and Mrs. Solomon of Tennessee P. O. Box 382
evening. Their daughter, Miss Myrl- Stefllk, Gordon and Janet are the maternal San Mateo. Florida
ene Henry was a member of Shields, Bill and :Mary Lens. grandparents.
LADIES the graduating class. son and Tom Humphries. -

DRESS SHOPAVAILABLE Miss Henry is a 1966 grad. ATTEND FLORIDA-ILUNOIS .
HRItH uaate of BU4'1nelllllgh School.
LOW INVESTMENT FOOTBALL GAME
FOll FIXTUHKS
ONLY BHS SENIORS SPONSOR Among those from Bunnell
all you buy U the fixture FRESH
constant supply of $10000.00 ,- CAR WASH SATURDAYThe attending the football gameIn FLOWER
to $16,000.00 beautiful Gainesville Saturday
mdae. (dreaaet. sportiwear were
hats, bags, shoes, lingerie, Senior Class of Bunnell Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holden,
etc.) at no cost to you at High School is sponsoring a Mr. and :Mrs. Lewis Wads-
.
all will help train andeuperviee VASE
till you know how Car Wash Saturday, Sept. 30. worth, Mr. and Mrs. Lew ARRANGEMENTS'j
backed by million dollar Class members will wash Wadsworth and Dr. Reddin
.
WIUTEl company cars from 9:00 a. m. until 3.00p. Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Dale
m. at Hargett's (Standard
P. O. Dos $isBAINBIt1DGE. Brown and David Brown; Mr.
GA. Station on US Hwy. 1 and and Mrs. Martin McDanieland HOSPITAL

Hwy. 100. < A. M. McDaniel; Mr. and
--
Mrs. Dave Perryman and '

daughters Kay and Jan; Mr. CHURCH
.,.
Tillman Robinson and son ,
NOTICE Bobby; Mr. and :Mrs. R. W.
Deen, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs.

OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES WILL BE DUE Charles Cowart; Sam Broada- HOMEBLACK'S
way; George Allen; Mr. and
OCTOBER 1, 1967. LICENSE FEES ARE THE Mrs. S. J. TIMon Jr.

SAME AS LAST YEAR. TO AVOID PENALTY,

MUST BE PAID ON OR BEFORE NOVEMBER O. F. ALFORD FLOWER SHOP

1, 1967. Ita'dftAAMil. Phone 437-3348

CITY OF BUNNELL :Real Estate Broker FREE DELIVERY4THE

Nancy C. ,Rodgers, City Clerk ....... .......



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5-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. SEPTEMBER 28.1967
18 Tons Of Potatoes Per Acre


Potato growers seeking i fic gravity holding well at

champion yields in their com very high fertilizer levels -
munity might look to Wash. 2500 and 3150 Ibs. of the 1:1:1 Quantity Rights

ington's Columbia Basin pro. fertilization showed up whena WE GIVE Reserved

ducers. 300-lb. increase in nitrogen METTARMOUR S ***
barely moved yields until pot.
Basin growers lead the na TOP Prices Good
tion, averaging 18 tons per ash Joined the team. With

acre, often getting 30 tons, adequate potash, yields then Thurs., Fri., Sat.,

sometimes reaching 35 tons depended on nitrogen. Right VALUE and Monday,
balance added 5 to 10 tons
per
on large areas. Their scien SUPER MARKET
Sept. 28, 29,
tists have gotten 50-ton yieldsin acre.
variety trials and are looking "The grower must consider STAMPS 30, and Oct. 2

toward 80 tons per acre! plants to feed, not acres to 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
:fertilize," Dr. Kunkel warns.
How? Washington State
"More plants need more fertilizer
University Agronomist R.Run- STAR'
nourish them.
kel cites plenty of fertilizer, to
soil pathological: controls, In their quest for 80 tons.

plant populations, and right Washington scientists have
found the size of seed ,
seed size among the keys. potato CHUCK ROAST Lb. 49
"Potassium Is being depleted piece can affect yields greatly.
Increasing seed size from
faster than it is being sup.
10 60 flrams in 1965 Increased
to .
plied by fertilizer or soil In ,I
the Basin," Dr. Kunkel ex yields over 5 tons per ARMOUR STAR ,, '

plains. "Large demand acre. "
much plant food.crops" "Large seed pieces producemore

This was well shown in potato nutrients stems than demanding small more seed CHUCK STEAK. Lb. 59
tests using a 1:1:1: fer "
tilizer ratio 16.16.16 at 4 pieces, Dr. Kunkel advises.
levels. "Inadequate fertilizer can

Lowest fertilizer rate of, 625 limit response to, larger seed ,
"
lbs. per acre produced under size.Dr. Kunkel's "You FAMILY STEAK Lb.

30 2500 tons Ibs.while produced highest over rate 35 of Can "Grow Top-Grade report Potatoes &9

gives specific steps
tons- a 6.ton per acre bonus.Dr. .
Washington scientists took to
Kunkel said plants
JUICY TENDER
ket 50-ton yields. Free copiesare
growing"on lowest fertility
levels were dead ,before Aug. available through Dept.
N American Potash Institute,
,
16, while fertilized
highest
plants remained green until 1102 16th St., N.W., Washington ALL-MEAT STEW Lb. 69
( D.C. 20036.
early October. He said black-

spot in potatoes examined

Oct. 12 occurred least at high LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ARMOUR STAR (ROUND BONE)
fertility.
Another showedNo. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, !!EV-
experiment
ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IV
1 grade yields end sped- AND FLORIDA FOR FLAGLER' COUNTY SHOULDER ROAST Lb. 69

CIVIL ACTION NO. 224 ,
BAPTIST HEAR MARCHMAN JOYCE I. WILLIAMSON,

There were 22 members and PUlntUf.
"I.
guests present at the Mens JOE WILLIAMSON,
Fellowship dinner at First Defendant Lean Delicious Florida Grade "A" (Family Pkg.)

Baptist Church, Bunnell, Mon. NOTICE: TO ANSWERIN APPEAR AND -
PORK STEAK 590 FRYERS 5B : $179Lean
day evening, Sept 25. THE NAME OF THE STATEOF .
FLORIDATO
Following a steak fry at 7 : JOE WILLIAMSON WHOSE
p. m., the group heard Rev. POST OFFICE ADDRESS AND MeatySPARE: Lean Delicious. Ground
Hal Marchman, Pastor of UNKNOWN.RESIDENT ADDRESS ARE Lb.
RIBS 590 BEEF 2Lb"Pure
Central Baptist Church, Daytona You are hereby notified that a 9ge
suit has been brought againstyou
Beach, (talk on the sub. in the Circuit Court. Seventh
ject of alcoholics and alcohol Judicial Circuit, in and for Lean Delicious (Beef) Pork (Homemade) Pan

ism. Rev. Marchman empha. JOYCE Flagler I.County WILLIAMSON, Florida, Plaintiff by SHORT RIBS Lb. 490 SAUSAGE Lbl. 9ge
2
sized the fact that alcoholism and you are hereby required -
to file, personally or by attorney
has long been a problem In with the Clerk of said
our society and will continueto Court your Answer or defensesto

be despite all efforts to on reb Complaint the In 20th said day suit of, FOLGER'S (ALL GRINDS)

eradicate It. For this reason, October A. D. 1967 and also to
he said, every effort must be defenses serve a copy upon of'Messrs.your Answer Osilnsky or '

made ito help every person so and Krol, Attorneys for Plaintiff Lb.
afflicted. at their offices at 411 Main
Street. Daytona Beach Florida, COFFEE 49
on or before the 20th day of October
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT A. D. 1967, as required by Tin
the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure .
and herein fall not or a
REQUEST FOR BIDS default will be entered a'alnst
Sealed bids will be received IneB
the of the you.You further notified that
Cleric
City { tn TIlj.ro In the the name art of the Court In which Limit ((1) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order
Civic Center Building, until 8:00 said suit has been Instituted Is
p. m. on the 2nd day of October the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial U. S. No. 1
A. D. 1967. for approximately 610 Circuit of Florida, In and
feet 30" Reinforced Tongue and For Flagler County, and that the
Groove Concrete Pipe. title of said suit is as herein-
Alternate bids will be received above set forth
for approximately 510 feet 30"Reinforced You are further notified that "
Concrete Pipe w/Con- the nature of said suit Is a suit POTATOES 10 Lb.
fined 0-Ring Rubber Gasket. for divorce and permanent care, 39
conform to custody and control of the minor
:
Atilt :1.f8e68aMI&I III Prices children. Bag
quoted to be f. o. b. Bunnell, WITNESS my hand and official
Florida. seal at Bunnell, Flagler County,
The City Commissioners reserve Florida, this 14 day of SeptemGEORGE
the right to reject any and ber A. D. 1967.
all bids and to accept the bid M. MOODY Limit (1) 10 Lb. Bag with food order
that In Its judgment will be for as Clerk of the Circuit
Bunnell.the best Interest of the City of Court Florida of Flagler County SHURFINE (PLAIN OR S. R.)

Witness my hand and official (Seal) '
seal this 19th day of September By Janice Murray
A. D. 1967. Deputy Clerk

/S/ City Shelton: of Bunnell B. FloMaaorATTEST Attorneys OSSINSKY 411 Main Street for AND Plaintiff KROL FLOUR 5 Lb. 29))

/Nancy C. Rodgers City Clerk Daytona Beach, Florida
Sept 21, 28, Ito Sept. 21 28, Oct 5, 12. 4tc' Bag




THE CHICKEN PANTRY Limit (1)) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order ,


Showboat (300 Can) Monogram (Long Grain)
Announces it will be closed all day on Thursdaysuntil
.
December 1 AND BEANS 8CM 990 RICE Bag. 3ge

TRY OUR NEW SPECIALS

Wednesdays-Southern fried chicken dinner Everfresh (Twin Pkg.) American Beauty 303 Can

served family style with hot biscuits POTATO Pkg. CREAM Cans "
CHIPS
4ge CORN
and gravy 6 9ge i

Fridays-Boiled or Fried Shrimp Dinners. Campbell Sunlite (303 Can) ,
Dinners are served from 5 p. m. til closing TOMATO Cans.

SOUP 8 $100 TOMATOES 6 Cns 99c


Everfresh (20 oz.) Thrifty

---------- Loaves G"
BREAD 4 95 e BLEACH me

iiiti ON TIME


LM 501 0 CERTIFICATESMINIMUM Frozen Foods Produce Dairy ItemsSeald


VOLU" JUOO-IO DAYS Sweet (6 oz.) Golden- Yellow Pillsbury (Buttermilk)

RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY ORANGE JUICE, $
NATIONAL 8 Can................ JL Lb .._..... 12e Can..........:......._ fOe

BANK Ph. 877.MI7 175 W. Grenada AMt Flavor Fresh Crisp Table Ready ;'

Onaoad ..... Florida ICE MILK LETTUCE
SOLID OLEO,

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS., SEPTEMBER 78.1967 Weekly Sermon'


CHURCH Rev. Oliver F. Taylor, Pastor
New splendor in Chevrolet-built

'68 Chevelle Concours Sport Sedan NEWS 2 Cunnell DELICATE Methodist TASK ChurchA


We live in a world with

trials and tribulations. In
FIRST METHODIST
these days It Is not difficult
BUNNELL ito find something to become
I .L. 3ev. Oliver Taylor Pastor These are
.? frustrated over.
changing times, and we are
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Worship Service 11:00 a. m. Involved in them.
Methodist Youth Fellowship Social Issues are changing

6:30: p. m. and the economy of our land
2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. and the world is in an esca

1, Lambert StreetST. lated state; War has our nation -
financially out of balance

THOMAS EPISCOPALThe and our hearts with mixed
emotions. In this turmoil the
Rev. Robert Stuart
queslon: which looms beforeus
J Priest In Charge Is: What should be the at-

Church School 10:00 a.m. titude of a Christian?
bIn > Sunday. A Christian should turn to

>sa addition to 14 models in the 1968 Chevelle line is this optional Contours Sport Sedan. This Morning Worship 11:15: a.m. God for answers. The Holy

ultra-luxurious car like others in the Chevelle family features a new instrument panel, new lattice Communion first Sunday of Scriptures are not outdated,
radiator grille, special interiors and exterior ornamental trim. The Concours Sedan is built on a each month. but are relevant to our times.
116-inch wheelbase, has special sound insulation throughout and concealed windshield wipers with Three miles east of Bunnellon The problem seems ito be that
articulated left blade. The new Chevrolet-built passenger cars will be on display September 21. highway 100. we often do not :approach the
Scriptures to find out what

BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST God would have us do with

I Seminoles Hold Big Pow-Wow At Silver SpringsFlorida's Charles D. Anders Pastor our prove lives what but we think how we and can do

Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Is right. In the Lord's prayerwe
unconquered Semi. "Silver Springs has honored awards and prizes for the best School. find these words: "Thy

noles will hold their first off- 'the Seminoles by naming of native handicrafts includ 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship will be done," Lt us be spirit.

reservation Pow Wow and (their boats for our chiefs In ing clothing, basketware weapons 7:00 p.m. Training Union. ed people, but let us remem i
Conclave in over one hundred a manner that we think, will and utensils will be 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship. ber the advice of Paul to the I'

years September 30th at Flo. bring greater understanding, given by Sliver Springs during Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer church in Ephesus. "Be ,angry
rida's Silver Springs, it was between our people and the the one day conclave. Service. but do not sin." Epheslans

announced' by Tribe ChairmanMrs. citizens 0 f Florida," Mrs. Arrangements for the Silver Nursery all services. 4:26.:

Betty Jumper and Joe Jumper said adding; Springs galtherlng are being 2 Blocks East of stoplight,

Dan Oceola Chairman of the "It Is our sincere hope that directed by the Seminole Moody Boulevard. WORLD WIDECOMMUNION

Board, Seminole Tribal Coun the conclave at Silver Springswill Tribe of Florida through committees

cil.Over serve to focus attentionon from the Dania Brighton BUNNELL
100 Seminoles, in full our people !their customs, and Big Cypress reserva PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS The First Methodist Churchof
cu tome will be at Silver traditions and history" tions. Rev. John Llngold Pastor Bunnell will participate in

Springs for ceremonies dedicating The September 30th ceremonies Chairman of the Board, World Wide Communion on
all new Glass Bottom dedicating the new Seminole Tribe Council Joe Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Sunday October 1. On this

Boats named for famous Semi., boats will highlight a two Dan Osceola points out that Worship Service 11:00 a. m. date Christians around the
Life Liners Service, 6:30 world who participate in the
role Chiefs and Warriors. week Indian fair and festival the second Seminole Wars
were kindled In the Silver p. m. program will pray for peace.
According to Mrs. Jumper, where several families will the
will be left
Evening Evangelistic Service An offering at
the decision to at remain on the grounds under Springs area with the knifing
powwow altar for the of
Fellowship
7:30
m.
of a proposed (treaty by Os. p.
Silver Springs is to return actual living conditions, displaying Deen Road. Suffering and Service, One
descendants of famous chiefsto a wide range of traditional ceola and the subsequent ambush half of this offering goes to
of Fort Indian
an area "steeped" in Semi. Indian crafts and King and
THE METHODIST CHURCH the work of the military
Agent Wiley Thompson and a
nole history as the camping handiwork.
Fort King lieutenant Flagler Beach college chaplains, and the
grounds of famed Warrior Awards for the best costumed other half will go to alleviate
The Seminoles will direct Reynold Nelson Hoover,
Osceola. family as well in disaster
as
of suffering a area.
the building' typical chic-
kees at Silver Springs and Sunday School 9:45 a. m. LEGAL APYEUTI8BMBXT
participate in the planning of Morning Worship 11 a. m.
boat dedication. Choir Rehearsal Wed., 6:45 IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
the pescend-
When THE SEVENTH JUDICIAL,
you ants '6f the Chief 'and war p.rru CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IV
riors Men's Club meets the first AND FOR FLAGLEH COUN-
for'whom the boats
DISTANCE "LETGEORGE new TY, FLORIDA
,. are named will be present to Monday of each month at CASE No. 213CIVIL
accept official designation for 7;30 p. m.Woman's. ACTION
of Chris. SARA N. MELTON
MEANS their illustrious ancestors. Society Plaintiff
National and tlon Service the 2nd Thurs. v.'
state
DO IT! dignitaries
W. MELTON
TOMMY ,
,
.a AG day, 9:30 a. m.
NOTHING! Po will be on hand to par. Defendant.
ticipate in the ceremonies. South Daytona Avenue. NOTICE OF ERTY SUIT-NO PROP.

We Pay Postage Both Ways Invitations have been sent to TO: \VMELTON.. whose
YI
Secretary of the Interior Stew. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH residence 2409 E. Main St..
Use DDF Durham North Carolina.
"Save-By-Mail" Service art Udall and Federal Indian Flagler Beach YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
OM.f rkt tUttl Mml fafcf i tt4 UM AiMchtbm b A*MrtM Commissioner Robert Bennettto that an action for divorce
Max Hall Pastor
hat been filed against you TOM.
attend the conclave, as MY W. MELTON and you are reQuired *
Bf u'L well as Florida Governor Sunday School: 9:45.: to serve a copy of your
written defenses If any to It. on
Claude Kirk and other high Morning Worship: 11:00. the plaintiff attorney, whose
officials. Evening Worship: 7:30. name and address tl
ARTHUR M OSSINSKY of
Wednesday Prayer Meeting: OSSINSKY .& GEORGE
o MAIN OFFICEI Over one million tons of 7:30.: 600 N. Oleander Avenue

I. ail 7 r i e "1)olvaaae 450 N. Loch Dayt Sr.1I .a'. octopuses and squids are On the corner of Third and and Daytona Ale the Beach original Florida with the
e caught annually for food says Central. clerk of the above styled courton
:: BRANCH OFFICE. "Htait of Holly HM"U,$| #t at 6 h Str..t the Miami Seaquarlurn's Capt. otherwise or before a judgement October 7 may, 1967 be;

Bill Gray. CATHOLIC CHURCHES entered against you for the relief -
demanded In the
:Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon Pastor petition.WITNESS. complaintor

ST. MARY'S KORONA my hand and the
I seal of said Court on September
6, 1967.
Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. GEORGE M. MOODY,
Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., Cleric Circuit Court I
(Court Seal)
l and Friday at 8:30 a.m. By Janice Murray
As Deputy Cleric
FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL Sept 7-14-21-28-410

Weekday Masses: Tuesday

Thursday, and Saturday at WE MAKE
8:30
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Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. -
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No more "cold corners" when this patented Flagler Beach Interior-Exterior
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area and saves on fuel costs 2 Outside White :J'

Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. OIL BASE FOR WOOD
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Worship Service 11 a. m.
Features Include Forward Heat Flow, Cool Safety Yeoman Nationwide
Communion first Sunday
every
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Radiants... and they're all exclusively from Dear Daytona Avenue, South of 438: So. IT. S. I-Hand AT*.
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FUEL GAS SERVICE by far In the entire area on any service oi your choke.

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DATA 7-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. SEPTEMBER 23. 1967 BUNNELL HIGH SENIORSTO Sugar Cane and

lpy birthday !this week to: TAKE FLORIDA 12th

Thursday- Carol Jean At- Home Canning Was First Project GRADE TESTS OCTOBER 2 Indigo Grown At:

kinson ,.".
Florida Twelfth Grade
The
Friday-Charles A. Riddell, Offered 4-H Girls Back In 1910 Testing Program will be administered Bulow PlantationA
Pauline "Polly" Magee, Robert
to all Bunnell High
Vernon Anderson. The hundreds ol "con- Many have demonstrated display of sugar cane and
School seniors Monday, October
Saturday Jean Mitchell venience" foods available to. step by.step methods. indigo is flourishing at Bulow
Doris Blchard Patti K. French., day put more and better foodon Two eas *.to.make recipesfor 2.This. Plantation Historic Memorialnear

Kevin Wayne Purvis, Jan Ferryman the table than grandmother old family favorites, a probably the most Bunnell, reminiscent of
David Cowart. ever made. They re chill sauce and apple butter important test battery that a the crops grown on the huge
quire little time to cook and are given here. student will take during his plantation that was destroyed

Sunday Frances Dzioba, serve provide treats that CHILI SAUCE -, entire school career. The percentile during the Seminole War.
Eugene Hart, Barbara Bross, would not be made from scores are used for cols Park Ranger L. P. Bundy
Michael Bross, Arthur (Sonny) scratch and supply complete 1 gallon (or 6% pounds).ripe lege admittance, and are also said an acre of the crops is
Wilson Josephine McDaniel, meals to be stored in freezersor tomatoes (peel and core be. requested by many companies being raised near the memor

Susan McMillan Moore, Barba. on cupboard shelves readyin fore measuring) .... to which high school ial's picnic area lie said cots
ra Cowart. minutes for unexpected 2/3 cup chopped white onions graduates make application ton will be added next Spring,

Monday-Jasper guests. 1% cups sugar for future employment.The Bundy said that Major
White Mildred
all 1 teaspoon nutmeg, grated is administered Charles Wilhelm Bulow cleared .
Sargeant, Charlotte Hodges But not conveniencefood % tabasco sauce (Itesting program
Joseph Stua Jr., Nancy need to be purchased.Girls teaspoon to all seniors in 1,500: acres of his 6,000-
Hargett Micky Atkinson. in 4.11 Clubs make their % teaspoon curry powder the state of Florida and the acre plantation for the production -
2
own when there is an 'abundance cups vinegar scores are then scaled and per. of sugar cane 1,000() )(
Tuesday-Newton Hall, John of produce! either home- 5 teaspoons salt Gentiles computed so that for cotton, and lesser plots
Dyke McDaniel Gerry Shows, grown or at the market. They 2 teaspoons 'ginger every senior can make 'a comparison for indigo and rice. The grand'
Geraldine Shows.Wednesday say there is no substitute for 1 (teaspoon cinnamon of his tested achievement plantation manor, Bulowville,
the wonderful aroma and 1 teaspoon mustardPut In several fields with and the surrounding area
Harold Bow- taste of homemade relishes tomatoes and onions that of other seniors in the were burned and stripped by

den. jams, sauces, preserves and through food chopper. Add all state of Floirda. the Seminoles in February of
other ingredients and boil 2 1836. Ruins of the mill:
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT fruits. The scores, along with other sugar
hours or until thick stirring predictive information about valued at that time at $30,000
IN COURT TUB< IN COUNTY AND FOIFLAG JUDGE'S- Home canning remains a frequently to prevent scorch. the test will 'be sent back to have been preserved by the

.I' LEft COUNTY. PLOIUDA cherished culinary art and ing. As soon as sauce is of the school about the first of Florida Board of Parks and
FILl< NO. Hl
IN RE Estate of DAISY I* was the first project offered desired consistency, pour into November, Each senior will Historic Memorials, and are
WALKER. 4-H girls. That was in 1910 sterilized Kerr Jars and seal still standing.The .
then be called for counseling
Deceased. when young farm girls were at once. If desired, 3/4 tea
NOTICE TO CREDITORS about his scores. Parents are
To all creditors and all persons shown how to grow ,tomatoesand spoon of red pepper may be welcome to come to the guidance Florida Industrial Com
having claims or demands can them. The program used instead of the tabasco
against said estate. office and ask questions mission says Miami had the
You. and each of you. are here- "caught on" and soon became sauce. ,
about' the tests or the results, highest manufacturing employment
by notified and required to present nation-wide. The first and
any claims and demands acording to Averley Brown growth rate in the
which you or either of you, may only awards sponsor is Kerr APPLE BUTTER (SPICED) Guidance Counselor Bunnell nation between! 1960 and 1965,
have against the estate of DAISY Glass Manufacturing Corporation .
U WALKER deceased late of 16 cups thick apple pulp High School. a whopping 41.5 per cent.
Flagler County, Florida, to the of Sand Springs, Okla.A 1 cup vinegar
Honorable T. K. McKnight, -'
County Judge of Flagler County few years ago, the can- 8 cups sugar
County Courthouse In Bunnell, teaspoons/ cinnamonCore
ning was broadenedto HALIFAX
Flagler County, Florida, within program
six months from the date of the Include freezing methods. and slice apples but
first Each publication claim demand of this notice. The name was changed to the do not peel. Add only enough
or must be Cleaners & ,
In writing: and must state the 4-H Food Preservation pro water to cook apples until Dry Laundry \

place flee address of residence of the claimant and poet and of. gram. Consequently 4-H mem- soft. Press through fine sieve 253.8174
must be sworn to by the claim- bers ,have expanded their and measure, Combine all in Phone f .
ant, his agent, or his attorney, knowledge of preserving more gredients. Cook until mixture
or It will become void accord WILL PICK-UP TUESDAY-DELIVER FRIDAY
ing to law kinds of foods dishes and entire remains in a smooth maSs \

ficient Each copies crealtor of shall his claim deliver to suf enable meals. More than 122,000are when a little is cooled (about Beat Quality Work-Best Shirts in Townl! i

the County Judge to mall enrolled, reportS the Cooperative 1% hours 'boiling). During i
one to each personal representa Extension Service cooking, stir frequently to pre. 301 RIDGEWOOD :-: HOLLY HILL. I

tive.Dated 19r7ted September 26th, A. D. which'supervises the program. vent scorching. Pour into sterilized _'
Call Bob Barber-253-3224
Kerr jars and seal while 1 ;
/ / Lucille Walker About 50 members annuallywin
Administratrix of the Last hot. .. ...:.
Will and Testament of trips to the National 4-H .
DAISY L. WALKER, Club Congress, Chicago, as ,
First Deceased.publication I state champions in (the food < ,
_on
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Sept.Sept.2S, 1(67.28, Oct. S, 12 19, 4tc. tional preservation$500 scholarships project. Six na are 'Push Butlon" ::' .T t j

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT also presented at the Con- f: :1
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REQUEST FOR HUM ON gress. In the 39 years since ,
SURPLUS EQUIPMENT Kerr has supported the program "
Notice Is hereby given that the '
Board of County Commissioners thousands of 4-H girls Cattle
of Flagler County, Florida, will from every county have won \ .
,
receive sealed bids In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court recognition for their sparkling
in the County Courthouse! until array 0 f preserved foods.
9:00 A. M. October 2, 1967 on the
following: Feeding \Tk
Two (2) 1963 Ford 6 cylinder,
dump 262 cu.trucks.inch engines, model F600, G I. Benefits

These trucks have been declared '
as surplus\ equipment and Available
will be sold "as is," and may be is \
seen at the
County Stockade.
The Board reserves the right To VeteransFlorida ;
to reject any and all bids. ,
Dated at Bunnell. this l' { t '
26th day of Florida: :
LOUIS M. Fntl., veterans who have
ATTESChairman. been accepted for college this profitable 11

GEORGE M. MOODY. Clerk.Sept. fall should apply immediately
28, Ito to the Veterans Office at the

Court House in Bunnell to
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"- -, make arrangements for bene-
fits available to (them under
HASTINGS MATTRESS
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the G.I. B111.Raymond "I.
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS / -.
$. Smith pointedout '.
710-12 Lemon St. that veterans with more j

Palatka, Florida than 180 days continuous mil- .I
Phone EA 5-9166 itary service, with any part of "

Furniture, Upholterin that time after Jan. 31, 1955,
were eligible for monthly allowances ..
Repaired & Refinished )I
of $130 or more.
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Mattresses & Box Springs tie I
Made,to Order, Also Renovated Application forms should be *
obtained from and returned to
"f Call Laura Morris 437.3233 the Veterans Office along witha I,
Reddy Kilowatt does the job easier and faster.
v
After 6:00 P. M. copy of the veteran's sep-

,. PRICES REASONABLE aration document DD Form Electric feeding equipment cuts, time and feed .costs. t

f. BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED 214. It's automatic! -
r, He urged veterans to con ,
Just as near as your
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,' Phone or Post Office tact additional the VA Information office if they about need Amount of feed fed each cow can be accurately -:

Drop Us a Card or Call the education program. The regulated, or shut off completely at each stanchion .
Free Pick-up & Delivery phone number Is 437.3251;
feed bunk.Investigate
or .
the mailing address is P. O.

Box 485 Bunnell, Florida.
how electric feed handling can save

f time and put money in your pocket. There's BO aatek

BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENSFREE for Hameless electric. it's chpertoo..


ESTIMATES See your equipment dialer or contact us. '.

CUSOM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS

BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES 1'; ,

Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

REFINISHING "
FURNITURE HELPMS fiUILD FLORIDABIRTHDAY :

New Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, \.

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25,000 4-color brochures now being,mailed,all"over <
Industrial Park program and many other activities.
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Please join and help us develop a bigger program
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