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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 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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SCHOLARSHIPSEMIFINALIST

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55 NO. 40 THURSDAY OCTOBER 5, 1967 S3.50 A YEAR met with the Flagler; .

County Board of Commission. i
\ ers at a special meeting

County Commissioners AgreeTo Thursday, September 28 to r
discuss the Bunnell Airport. '

The closing of airport run
ways for a proposed Indus 1
trial Park and recreation site
Additional Entrances
Secure
were discussed. Gilbert advis -- ted
the commissioners since I
4E the airport was given' to the :
county government its primary d

Forpevelopment of Local AirportFlagler use is for aviation as an I j jairport' I
I* secondary.and any other use is '


II Gilbert told the board per
County Board of rant the hiring of a manager. Chapter No. 86 to erect rain manent roads should be Installed -
I Commissioners agreed to purchase shelters for school students at 200 feet from the run-

E right of ways from the surplus Two dump-trucks were sold to declared'C. G. various locations in the coun way ends and that perma ;
landowner for three entrancesto ty on county owned proper- nent structures should remain
Principal Ken Herring, Bun. at their Hlgglnbotham high bidder, ties.
the Bunnell Airport 400 ft from the center of run
nell High School, has an regular meeting Monday for'$855. ways.

nounced that Tony E. Parker morning. The board agreed to Granted permission to Disabled Agreed to send County Service He stated the proposed Industrial I
has been named Semifinalist make the land purchase to Veterans Bill Booe Officer Raymond Smith to Park would not be affected 1
in the 1967.68 National Merit recommendationsof St. Petersburg October 19.20 .
comply with by the closing or, not
Scholarship Program.The the Master Plan preparedby to attend 'a Veterans Service closing: of any of the existing
14,000()( ( Semifinalists appointed consulting engineers for FLAGLER FARM BUREAUTO Officers school.Dr. runways, and advised all run- '

throughout the nation the commissioners. SPONSOR J. C. Brooks of the Flag. ways remain open until main. '
have advanced to the second tenance costs are prohibitive.In .
ler County Health Department I
.. IncludedIn
in the competition for' Recommendations CONTEST
step TALENT the discussion Gilbert
before the board
appeared ( requesting
about 2,900 Merit Scholarships, the study plan called for also pointed out, four run '
financial assistancefor
the existing entrance Flagler County Farm Bureau
valued at more than $8 mil. Widening ways are not necessary for
road building two new has announced sponsorship of :the county Home Nursing
lion to be awarded In 1968. : modern aircraft and new air-
,
roads west of the the Farm Bureau Talent Find Service. Dr. Brooks was Instructed
Semifinalists scored the access one ports usually have only one
to the Contest for the first time this to prepare an expense
highest in each state on the airport leading proposed runway with a short minor
account for the service for the
National Merit Scholarship recreation area, and one year. '
for
one use.
emergency
Qualifying Test given last leading into the proposed In. board before the next meeting.
The contest is U all
February. They constitute less dustrlal Park at the east end open
Discussed an Insurance plan PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
13.21 of ,
than one percent of the grad. of the airport. youth, years age
for law enforcement
single or married, whose par county REVIVAL SERVICESTO
uating secondary school sen personnel. No action was taken -
Other action of the board ents are Farm Bureau memo BEGIN OCTOBER
iors in the nation. by the board.
The Semifinalists are young Included: bers. The Reverend Robert V.

people of high-intellectual potential Accepted a plat of Magnolia Entertainment should be vo Florida State Road Depart Hudson, pastor of' Gainesville
according to John M. Manor subdivision which Is cal, Instrumental, dance actsor ment official David O'Connell, Pentecostal Holiness Church,
Stalnaker, president of the being developed by' Mr. and skits and limited ,to five Deland, attended the meetingto will be the guest evengellst
National Merit Scholarship Mrs. Malcom Johnson, North minutes. The contesttant must report he had inspected the during the revival services beginning i
Corporation. "From this group 'AM1'A. be an amateur. draniage problem areas In October 8 at Bunnell 1
will' come future leaders of Hwy. Bunnell. The board requestedthe Pentecostal Holiness Church i 3

business, industry, and the The board advised J. J5. If enough, contestants par. State Road Department to Services will be conducted
professions," he said. Johnson, Palatka, Who Sapped '. Idpate! .. :contegt-wllLbe.held r clean the ditches' and.kill.{he- h-tilght Oct. 8-Oct 15-at- --..
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" school In October Inter. water and fo also 7:45 will t
High grades accom manager's j job at the so' anyone hyacinths p. m. There be spec
plishments, leadership?qualities for ested should contact the provide more drainage ditchesto ial music provided, aeordlng
extracurricular activities, airport, there was not enough County Agent's office as soon help alleviate the water to Rev Lamar Llngold, pas '
and school citizenship of the activity at the facility to, war as possible. problem. tor.
Finalists are evaluated, along
with< test scores, in selecting

Merit Scholarship winners. .. .. .. ,
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OUEEN AND KING
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Bunnell High School Homecoming
festivities will Includethe
crowning of the 1967.68

Homecoming Queen and King,
Friday night during half-time
at the Bunnell-Baldwin foot. A -

ball game at Bulldog dlum. iI----r'A 44 _
Candidates selected to vie 4
for the titles are Queen: Linda r

Knight, Sue Broadaway, T
Brenda Townsend, Maria Hu- 1 q L.1. '
gas and Lisa Knight; King: ; .
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Darrell Britt, Jim Akins, John _

Cook, John McDaniel and + .t 3\r ,.
WI1yI.
George Revels. The queen candidates _
were chosen by the
members of the football team
and the King candidates were i if-/"

selected by. the school's cheer.
leaders. .
Other activities of the celebn11on -

include a luncheon ; r __
fob all Alumni in the school .-
cafeteria at 1 p. m. All planning -
to attend F rid a y, -w---
are asked to call 437.3362 for -
reservations, according to
Donna Dearing. chairman
Those attending the luncheon
will be taken on a tour of the Pictured with the famous Flagler County bred Quarter Tampa. Also in the photo are T V. and movie personalities, '

school plant. Horse "Go Dick Go" at Ruldoso Downs, New Mexico are RayRobert Mltohum and Dale Robertson.

Students will be dismissedat mon Tucker breeder of Bunnell and Joe Leitner, owner, of
245 p. m. Friday to attend
the Homecoming parade Go Dick.Go, Flagler County Go-Dick-Go was bred by istered Quarter Horse that try fee, enabling Go-Dtak-Go
which will start at 2:30: p. m. bred Quarter Hone has run Haw Creew rancher Ramon came to Florida, "Kip", who to earn almost $10,000 a second
The parade units will assemhie hU Mfltfttgs up to |219#& fw Tucker of Bunnell. His dam was the great grandsire of Go- for 20 seconds, the richest
on Magnolia Ave., proceed !two jvats of ...... The was a mare called Miss Array DkfeGo.Mr. purse in hone racing h IMy.
I to U. S. Hwy. No. 1 down ehampfrn racer woMrtly. : wona and the sire is little Dick Tuckir wM Go-Dlck-Go How many races the famousquarter
to East Moody BhdL and will $31,000 derby purse at Priest, one of the greatest as a yearling in 1996 to Mr.J. stallion will win this j
dispen at Cherry St. and Evangettne Downs, Lafayette, triple A rated racing sires of V. Leitner of Tampa, Florida season, and how much his
Moody Blvd according to Co. La., making him the all time all times, both Downed by with an option to buy the earning will Increase, remains
leen Tucker, parade marshal. high-money winning quarter Mr. Tucker.. collt back ait the end of 1968 to be seen. The only
Tonight beginning at 6 p. m. hone stallion. Mr. Tucker .hot been In after his third year of racing. thing certain is, Mr. Tucker
the traditional Snake Dance Last ywr the three year old hone banding for 25 yean Mr. Leitner, whose hobby stated he definitely plans to
will form at the school parking rack* cott won the world and has run hone races most was racing Quarter Horses, entered exercise his option of tibe contract
lot, and wind its way to richest hone race at Ruidoso of his life His outstanding the colt In the 1966 All with Mr. Leitner. He
Bulldog Stadium for a Pep Down, New Mes es. He collected breeding program is considered American Futurity in New plans to buy the champion
Rally and Bonfire. The Snake a record setting purse as one of the finest in Mtadco, where a $13,000 entry Quarter Hone, now valued at
Dance will be led by the of $198,300 for getting his the country and has produced was required. Mr. Tuckar, 110 oo. back in 1MB and
"Biggest Little Band in Dixie" head over the wire first at the numerous winners. proving his confidence In the bring Go-Dick-Go back to his
and the cheerleader 1966 All American Futurity He also owned the first reg colt, provided the $13,000 en Flagler County home,




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THURS.. OCTOBER 5, 1967
2-nl FLAGLER TRIBUNE
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DUN\ELL_ FLORIDA E Lean Western "FIRST CUT"
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Editor LEN and WILSON Publisher .cw.NC.. Pork Chops

BETTE S. McDANIEL
News Editor w [ .


Designated Legal newspaper Adiertisi g for all lb. 49 .


Entered aa second lass matter
February 6, 1913, at the pott
office at Dunnell, Florida, under U. S. D. A. Choice
Act of :March 3, 1878.
Dr. Harold L. Sander,, member
of the Professional Education
lOe.Per Copy Committee, and Charles Hampton lb. 49
One .J3.30
Six Month Year _._-.52.OOOntside Chairman of the Public Information
Commit/ 1M
Fisgier County American Cancer Society, watch '
94.00 Per Year as staff members Mrs. John U. S. D. A. Choice'CHUCK
Bradley and Miss Rosl Mar
FREE PRESS chetta prepare mailing to MOO

MEANS MUCH Florida Physicians STEAK lb. 59u.

Newspaper Week! October
8 to 14. Probably the most Impressive
way for the public to CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING 5 S. D. A. ChoiceROUND
learn what newspapers mean
In their dally lives would be
to have no papers printed during ROAST lb. 69

is Newspaper not practical.The Weekbutthat II! BONE

hometown Is the
paper RATE-4c word. Minimum
per
living record of what happensin

the across thousands the of land-mar.communities charge per issue $1.00. NECK BONES TURKEY NECKS

riages, births, deaths, social
activity, politics, school news, USED full size clean box RIB TIPS PIG TAILS
legal notices, advertised products springs and mattress $19.50-
to Inform customers, Jerry's Furniture and Appliances Lbs. $4?00 Lbs. $100Lean
5
4
. world news, everything that Old Dixie Highway, 2
enables the U. S. citizen to be Miles South of Korona. Phone
familiar with the latest devices 4373752. Oct 5-ltc Western "BOSTON BUTT"
and products by whichhe
enjoys the highest living AGENT wanted for Bunnell
and information standards In debit. Good salary. Contact

the world. Jerry McNeal, Western and PORK ROAST lb. 49
Southern Insurance Co., Phone
But over and above these 252.4856, Daytona Beach.
material blessings, a free 9.5 Itp
press, which Is the back. ,
ground of free speech, is the

average man's guarantee of Falcon FOR SALE 4-door reasonable sedan, automat- 1963 STREAK WHITE BACON

freedom personal and liberty, protection religious ic transmission, radio, heater, I .........................._ .Lb. 4ge I

against political and Judicial good condition, low mileage.
persecution. Dictators are Phone 437.3724 or may be
afraid of a free press, hence seen at 106 S. Chapel. 9.5-itc. Our Value No. 2V2 Can

they have a controlled press. PORK Eact MAXWELL HOUSE
The people read only what FOR SALE-112 gallon kero- AND BEANS" 'H' ,,.'.' 19 e .
their rulers wish them to read. sene tank with legs Phone COFFEE
Try Imagining if you can, 439.2086 after 5p.m. 10-5-ltp Blue Plate Quart Jar
what it would be like in a
country where an editor dared SALAD Ib.
SINGER DRESSING 1
3ge 47t
:
not print a letter criticizingthe DIALO Tin
political party in ,
power
and where an editor feared to MATIC Morton's (Plain or Iodized) Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

express an adverse opinion. CONSOLE MODEL, SEWING
Think of what a free press MACHINE, Must place in your SALT 2Box. IOe

really means to you-life, area. A-l shape, Zig Zags,
freedom from political oppresSion makes buttonholes, fancy designs Martha White KRAFT AMERICAN "SLICED";
liberty and the
pursuitof sews on buttons, appli- SELF
happiness under our Con. eques, monograms, etc. Sold RISING MEAL Bag 390
stitution.
new for over $300. MUST SAC. CHEESE
RIFICE. Just pay balance $62, King SizeLIQUID
AMA ON MEDICARE FEES
or assume $8 monthly pay.
ments. Call Credit Manager, Each 12 0..-.
The American Medical Association JOY 6ge
has opposed any move COLLECT Jacksonville 353- 5' 9'Pkg.
to set up a standard fee 1946, anytime. Will deliver,
schedule for physicians' ser No obligation.Oct.
vices in the Medicare pro. 5.12.19.264tcFOR DIXIE CRYSTAL

. gram. A spokesman for the
AMA said the association SALE-2 acres nicely SUGAR FROZEN FOODS -
favors the usual and customary landscaped. Small home, well
fee concept under which secluded, off Old Haw Creek
doctors now bill medicare pa. Road, $2,900. Turn left off Lb. 39 lit Frosty Acres 10 oz. Pkg.
tients. west Moody Boulevard, 1/4 Bag ,., STRAW For
miles from tows Go 1 mile on BERRIES Z 49 e
Old Haw Creek Road and turn Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

right at bridge. Joe Martel. Morton' BEEF-TURKEY CHICKEN
Sept. 28 and Oct. 5, 2tc.
FRESH PRODUCE POT PIES 8oz.Pkgs.
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain 4 : 8ge

fields installed; Rota-Roter U. S. No. 1
RR6DES snail shell. Reasonable prices. 1 -
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 8-1-tf POTATOESFresh "?' 490 CRISCO

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PHONE 437-3292 Auctioneers, Tribune Bldg.,
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT default will be entered against /fat Tax School District No. 1 In for the exclusive purpose of operating 3 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
you Flag'ler County as created and maintaining: the 5 1967
OCTOBER ,
IN Tim CIRCUIT COURT 8BVENTH You are further notified that under and bro virtue of the public tree schools of said District TOURS. ,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I1V the name of the Court In which laws of the State of Florida, and the estimated mlllage required j
AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY said suit has been Instituted Is this fiord estimated that for the for each of the next two BY said Board that this Resolution -
FLORIDA the Circuit Court. Seventh Judi- next two year a 4.5$ mill tax years being ((4(9) mills. of the calling and holding
CIVIL ACTION XO. 224 cial Circuit of Florida. In and on the real and personal prop. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDBY of said election shall be published
JOYCE I. WILLIAMSON, For Flagler dC Tl"att: the erty. telephone, telegraph, and THIS BOARD that the following once each week for four suecesslY -
Plaintiff title of suit railroads In said district 10 necessary places are hereby designated weeks In the Flagler Tribune
above set forth for the exclusive purposeof as polling place In ,said& a newspaper of generalcirculation
JOE WILLIAMSON. You are further notified that operating and maintaining District In which said elections throughout the County
Defendant. the nature of said suit is a suit the public free schools In said to be held' : of Flagler, and published Inlaid "
NOTICE TO APPEAR AND for divorce and permanent care district. PRECINCT NO. J BunneU\ County that a notice specifying j
ANSWERIN custody.and control 'of the minorchl1dr..n. THEREFORE. BE IT RESOL- Court Houn the names of. the Inspec.

THE NAME OF THE STATE WITNESS hand and official VED BY the Board of Public Instruction PRECINCT: NO.3'' ti..gter tors and clerks of election In
OF FLORIDA seal at Bunnell.my Flagler County of Flagler County Beach-Municipal Bultdltl: t. said District shall be published
TOJOB WILLIAMSON WHOSE Florida this 14 day of September Florida that an election Is here PRECINCT NO S Haw Creek once In said newspaper at least
POST OFFICE ADDRESS AND A. D. 1967.GEORGE. by called to be held on the date Community Building[ fifteen (15) days before the holdIng -
RESIDENT ADDRESS ARE herein fixed for the purpose PRECINCT NO 3-A Korona of said election
UNKNOWN. M. MOODY. herein specified Church .call.PRECINCT SB IT FURTHER RESOLVED
as Clerk of the Circuit NO. 4. St. Johns Board that the Chairman
DY said
You hereby notified that
are a Court of Flakier County BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDBY
ParkCommunlty Hal, of this Boardare
suit has been brought against election and Secretary
Florida said Board that an
_
BunnellMasonle
you In the Circuit Court. Seventh (Seal) shall be and Is hereby orderedto PRECINCT NO. 4-A Instructed to take all otheror
Judicial Circuit. In and for By Janice Murray be held In Special Tax School further steps as may be need-
Flagler County Florida, by Deputy Clerk District No.1. Flagler County. Temple.PRECINCT 5 Espanola. ful In accordance with law to,
'
JOYCE I. WILLIAMSON.. Plaintiff Florida at the voting places in carry this Resolution Into effect.
and you are hereby required OSSINSKY AND KROL said District hereinafter designated PRECINCT NO. 5-A A1A High PASSED In open session by the
ed flic, personally or by at Attorneys for Plaintiff on the 7th day of Novem. way-Johnson's Fruit Stand. Board of Public Instruction ofFlagler
with the Clerk of said 411 Main Street ber, 1987, at which election shall The foregoing: election preClncu -, County Florida at Its
Court Answer defenses Daytona Beach. Florida being all the election precincts of .
your or the nth day September
meeting on
submitted to the qualified .
Sept. 21, 28. Oct. 5. 12. 4tc be
to the Complaint In said suit electors qualified to vote In such In said Special Tax School A. D. 1967. I I
on or before 'the 20th day of LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT election residing In said District District No. 1 In Flagler County Harold Emery
October. A. D. 1967 and also to Florida. Chairman the Board
who have paid taxes on
serve a copy of your Answer or real personal property In said BQ 1* FURTHER RESOLVED, of Public Instruction of i
or
defenses upon Messrs Osstnsky RESOLUTION District as required by law the that* t(1111.1J ar4: shall appoint Flagler County,, Florida I
and Krol. Attorneys for Plaintiff the persons who are to be Inspectors (SEAL)
at their offices at 411 Main WHEREAS It if necessary and following proposition to-wlt: and clerks for each respective
Street. Daytona Beach Florida, Imperative that additional reve- Determination of the number ATTEST:
polling at which
places
on or before the 20th day of October nue to that to be raised by General of mills of the District School said election Is to be held and Coy O Harris. Jr.Superintendent .
and Ex- .
obtained for Tax In Special Tax School District
A D. 196T. as required by Levy, be the shall
publish said names as -
the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure operation and maintenance of No. 1 to be levied for each law. reQuired Outdo Secretary To Instruction The
and herein fall not or a the public free schools In Spec. of the next succeeding two years BE IT by FURTHER RESOLVEDthat Board of Public '
Oct. 5, II. 19. 28. Uc.
there shall be prepared and
furnished to said Inspectors of
.
ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE
gpttMMHBfflaaB
election for use at said electionthe LEGAL
necesasry ballot boxes and
ballots as required by law; that :
the form of ballot to be used In ELECTION OF Three (S) supervisors -
said el"c(lon shall be substantially ..for, terms of four (4)
as follows: each for Flagler Soil and
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL, Dlf'':!. Water Conservation District.
TRICT NO.1. ELECTION FOR OCTOBER 12. 1987
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA Pursuant to the Soil and Water
HELD ON NOVEMBER 7, 1967 582.
Conservation Chapter
BALLOT FOR SCHOOL TAX Florida tut.t of 1949 and
DISTRICT NO. 1 MILLAOE Chapter 18084 of 1953. and as
LEVY. amended 1965. notice la hereby
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: of an election to be held
$15,000 of Merchandise Indicate by marking an "X" In given on October 12. 1967 for the election -
EVERYTHING G the space after line 1, whetheryou of. Three ( supervisors for
r and All Fixtures favor the proposed millage terms of four U) years each.
levy which Is necessary for the Polling FlacesiCourthouse

MUST GO NOW! approved school term. Florida.
Bunnellb
If favor
you a different mill.
Oak
age levy write the levy you favor Haw Water Creek : 1onlnliaw: .

SALE STARTS THURSDAY after line 2. Creek.

1. Estimated mlllage levy required Flagler Fish Camp.i St.' Johns

for regular term '(4.59) Park.
mills Polling places will be open between
COLE, VARIETY STORE I the hours of 8:00: a. m. and
5:00 p. m. All Qualified electors
residing within the District shall
2. Other millage levy be eligible to vote In this elec
Across From Pier AlA Flagler Beach Florida ]
on .
.
.. ; tion.A defined
qualified elector as
3lKaMKBMMMKS5aigaiaa2iaaSK! ItnlMmmmcI! In the Florida Soil Conservation
'1 BE IT FURTHEU RESOLVED Act Includes any person qualifiedto !
-- --- vote in a general elections
,
.
under the Constitution and Statutes
who Is a landowner .
of this state
',1 i'
named Distract -,
In the herein.
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,;w,S '4j59 i.. r, ;' R, N. Morris Administrator
State Soil and Water ,Conservation


Daringly new : s ;t.ri, Oct. 5, 2t&

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i ..i' Ch evrc3ets; new- line 0 f ;,; \;. : COUUT FUR TUB COUNTY N: *>IN. COUNTY 549 AND, FLOHIUA FOIL.JUDGE'S; ILACLPK -


IN RE: Estate of DAISY I*.
i '"' WALKER
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for I' 8. 1'Ol1ICel Deceased ttOrs CREDITORS and all persons '

Super Sports .;\ having said estate claims or demandsagainst

: You. and each of you, are here-
by notified and required to present

;. ; 1! Computer-tuned suspension systems. Improved out. You'll appreciate all the proved ,safety r ". ,. which' any you claims or either and of demands DAIS .

.' shock absorbers. New double-cushioned rubber features on the '68 Chevrolets, including the ."'..' U have WALKER against I ,the deceased estate of late of

....iTf t, body mounts.They all team up to bring you the GM-developed energy-absorbing steering .:.' "' Flagler County, Florida to the
: smoothest most silent Chevrolet ride A fresh column and More I Honorable T. K. McKnlght,
;i ever. many new ones. style. County Judge of Flagler Count,

;.,;s ,.? new idea in ventilation comes standard on every More performance. More all-around value. One .. County Courthouse In .
Florida. withinsix
".'; :a 1968 Camaro and Corvette. It's Astro Ventilation, look tells YQu these are for the man who loves Flagler months County from the date of the

1 a system that lets air in, but keeps noise and wind driving. One demonstration drive shows why! first Each publication claim or of demand this notice.must.be

In writing and must state the
place of residence and post of
flee address of the claimant and
must be sworn to by the claimant -
his agent, or his attorney,
c
or It will become void according -
to law
i Each creditor shall deliver sufficient .
copies of his claim to enable
the County Judge to mall
one to each personal representative .-

r Dated* September 26th,. 1!A. D.:
Corvette Sting Ray'Convertlblo 1967
/I/ Lucille WalkerAdministratrix

I : of the Last,,.
J Will and Testament of '

Camaro SS Sport Coupe DAISY Deceased I.. WALKER .f?

First publication on:
Sept. 28, 1967
Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 4tc.

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT!

IV TIIM- CIRCUIT CoUnT Off:
FLAOI.EII COUNTY FLORIDA
In 4'see IV*. 220
AGNES J. LBT'OUE,

llalntlffRAYMOND'jOHN.

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J FLACLEH: TRIBUNE THUR&, OCTOBER 5. 1967. FOURTH ANNUAL DEEM BIRTHDAY DATA GROUP PREPARESCLOTHING '

birthday this week to: FOR NEEDY
REUNION DRAWS Happy
tt Baggett.
Thursday- Belle Members and friends of the'
LARGE CROWD Friday-David, Lee,
Flagler Beach Methodist ,
j More than 140 descendants Hall Su'nday Tim Blanton.Jean ChlmpKy, Church Woman's Society of
attended the fourth annual Christian Service were busy
Ross.MondayJohn.
Deen Family Reunion Sunday, Dwain Lee Robert Per last Friday making children's
o October 1st at Fort Clinch and
I LOCALJ V. Taylor, Harold hospital gowns dresses
State Park, Fernandina Beach, sons E. Sr. and preparing used clothingfor
Shill D. M- Peterson,
Florida. Tuesday Faye Hutcheson, distribution needy per-

Mrs. Louise Ewing, Wilmington Mrs. Martha Mercer spent The day-long program began Donald R. KaufmanWednesdayWalton. Cowart. sons.The Society sent children's
N. C. was a recent several days last week visit with registration: 'at 10:00a. : clothing and toys ,to Kyadlrl
visitor here at the home of ing in Hastings with her son m. followed by .dinner at Hospital in Rhodesia, Africa;
her son in law and daughter, and daughter In law, Gayle 12:30: p. m. LOCAL AIRMAN'SAIR clothing to Sarah Hunt Orphanage -
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Thompson. and Frances Mercer and fame FORCE UNIT
W.: W. Deen, Sr. Bunnell, Daytona Beach;
Mr. Ewing stopped over ily, who are moving to Kiss- president of ,the Deen Family RECEIVES AWARD clothing to Texas Flood Relief
for several days visit while Immee to reside. Association, presided duringthe First Class John H. and various articles of cloth-
enroute to Miami.Houseguests annual business meeting.Lt. Airman are Mr. ing to the Flagler County Gar-
whose parenrts
Mrs. Clifford Rodgers, Bun. Metts,
Closet.
of ment
of Mr. and Mrs. nell and her daughter-in-law, Col. Martin fisher, de- and Mrs. E. C. Johnston The WSCS would like to
M. B. Fuller are his brother Mrs. Herbert Rodgers of Mac- scendant from Sumter, S. C. Bunnell, has been recognizedfor win the thank everyone who donated
and sister In law, Mr. and! Mrs.B. clenny visited in Bunnell Mon. gave an interesting and informative helping his unit Outstanding articles for the drive.
., D. Fuller of Panama aty.I day. Mrs. Rodgers Is stayingin talk on the coat of coveted U. S. Air Force
I, Macclenny while her husband arms of. the Deen Family. Unit Award. DISTRICT DIRECTOR

I Mrs. Inez' Anderson has returned is a' patient In a hospital The group elected Ralph Airman Metts, a helicopter ADDRESSED FLAGLER
: to her home in Atlanta, there.: ... Deen, Baxley, Ga. presidentfor mechanic, Shaw AFB, S. C., WOMAN'S CLUB
I Ga. after a week's, visit herewith ,the 1967-68 year. Elected to will wear the distinctive blue
I her son in law and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Deem and serve with Deen were Martin service ribbon as a permanent The history of the Florida
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd daughter Caroline, Belle Fisher, Sumter, S. C. vice decoration as a member of ithe Federation of Womens Clubs
Robertson and family, Bimini. Glade and Miss Delores, Deen, president; Mrs. John' Curtis 1370th Photo Mapping Wing. dating back to 1895 was given
Rollins College, Winter Park, Deen Bunnell, treasurer and The wing was cited for ac- by. District Director, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen spent the 'weekend here with Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Jr., Bun complishing an extensive Newell B. Davis, Orange City,
and Mr. and Mrs. Z. G.. Holland their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. nell, secretary. aerial photo mapping survey when she addressed the Flag.
Jr. were in Bal Harbour W. Deen, 806 E. Moody Blvd., Those from Bunnell attend and related geodetic missions ler Woman's Club members
last week to attend the 24th Bunnell. ing the gathering were Mr. well ahead of schedule and at last Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. .

Annual Florida Fruit and Vegetable and Mrs. O. F. Alford; Mr.and cost savings.A Davis and Mrs. Harold
Association convention.Mr. MELISA ANN TRACEY Mrs. Curtis Deen and daughters major subordinate unit of Felkman, Orange City, vice

Holland is a state directorof Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tracey of Susan and Minnie; Mrs. the Military Airlift Command, president of Volu slatJlaglerx
the association Jacksonville announce the arrival Virginia Wyndham, Mrs. Earl the 1370th provides mapping County Federation, were hon.,
of a daughter, Melica Black and children Earl and and'survey missions In response ored guests at the luncheon
Mrs. Myrtle Streeter returned Ann born Saturday, Sept. 30 Sobrenia, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. itb Air Force and other meeting.
, to her home at Flagler at 3:39 p. m. at St. Vincent's Wadsworth and daughter Defense Department needs. Its About thirty-five: membersand
i Beach Sunday after several Hospital in Jacksonville.She Cherry.Mr. personnel are stationed at guests attended, according .
r days visiting in Atlanta, Ga. weighed six pounds and Mrs. Gene Bowers numerous locations in the to Mrs. H. G. Heydt, president
1 with her grandson, Jim and and nine ounces at birth. and son Henry, Mr. and Mrs. United States and are often
f Sandy Wigle. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allenof George Miles Moody, Mr. and deployed throughout the
Bunnell the maternal Mrs. Duane Deen, Mrs. Amor- world. WOMAN'S CLUBACTIVITIES .
f Miss Jackie Anderson off grandparents.MICKEY are. ette Wells, Mr. and Mrs. W. W The airman is a graduate of OUTLINEDThe I

Nashville, Tenn. was the week Deen, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Bunnell High School. activities of the-flagler:
end houseguest of Mr. and ATKINSON Holland, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. His wife is the former MaryI. Woman's Club were outlined ,.
I Mrs. H. H. Murray. Miss Anderson W. Deen, Jr. and daughter Greene. third
to of the
grade pupils
CELEBRATES: BIRTHDAY
: is Mr. Murray's niece. Caroline, Mr. and Mrs. John Airman Metts will leave Flagler Beach ElementarySchool
I Nov. 24 for tour of duty in
a
Mercer Mr.
Henry and and
Mickey Atkinson, son of Mr. Friday afternoon by
I Mrs. Elsie Wescott of Bra. and Mrs. Harry Atkinson, Bun. Mrs. Clyde Edward Vaughn, Thailand. Mrs. H. G. Heydt.CHRISTMAS \
,, denton arrived Tuesday for a nell celebrated his tenth Jr.
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harry birthday Sunday afternoon HONORED ON BIRTHDAY GIFTS

Atkinson and sons and SP4 with a Skating Party at the METHODIST EXECUTIVE WITH'SLUMBER PARTY BEING READIED FOR
Neal Atkinson., Ormond Rink.
Skating
MEETING OCTOBER 10 Cheryl Kinney, daughter of VIETNAM DELIVERY
Carol Rodgers of Tampa Six of Mickey's playmates Mr. and Mrs. Walton, Kinney, Christmas "Ditty Bags" are
joined him for afternoonof
an The Executive Committee of .
'spent the weekend visiting celebrated her twelfth birthday being prepared for shipmentto
skating and refreshments. the
Flagler Beach Methodist
here with his parents,'Mr. and recently with a slumber servicemen and women
Mrs. A. C. Rodgers, Moody ; Church will imeet Tuesday, party at her home in St. Johns stationed in Vietnam ,.by
ATTEND BOYS RANCH October 10 ,at 9.30: p. m. In the
Blvd., Bunnell. Park. American Red Cross East Vo-
DEDICATION SUNDAY Fellowship Hall. ofthe(
Highlight eveningwas lusla-Flagler County chapter

Weekend houseguests of Attending the dedication HONORED 'ON BIRTHDAYSMiss a cookout, and the invited members. ,
Louis and Joy Steflik were ceremonies and barbecue at guests enjoyed a barbecue Flagler County has been
her parents Mr. and Mrs. the Florida Sheriffs Boys Zena Muzyka and Mrs. chicken.supper. asked to fill twenty-five of
Robert Baker of Tallahassee.Mrs. Ranch at Live Oak Sundaywere Richard Cantrell celebrated Cheryl's overnight guests the seven hundred cloth bagsof
I Sheriff and Mrs. P. A. their birthday anniversariesat were Sheila Johnston, Barbara small useful gifts to be delivered
Shirley, Chambers is a (Zip) Edmonson, Miss Celia a family get together Cowart, Theresa Pelllcer, Vivian by Christmas. The cost
patient at Putnam Memorial Lord and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thursday afternoon at the Arnold and Rita Pelllcer. of preparing each bag is ap- .
Hospital in Palatka, where Holden of Bunnell and Mr. Cantrell home in Winter Park. proximately $2.50 to 300.
she underwent surgery:, Thursday and Mrs. Clarence Holden of Joining the 'honorees for the BUNNELL GENERAL The chapter is seeking cash
i morning. Palatka. Joint celebration were Mrs. HOSPITAL NOTES donations or supplies from
': Cantrell's husband, Richard, local organizations, churchesor
! lW w her grandson Perry Knight ADMITTED: Linda Holt, individuals. Among, the
and Mrs. Henri Muzyka and Mack Dumas, Penny Nobles, items needed are dark colored
HARGETT1SSTANDARD daughter Kimberley of Orlan George Buckles, Jesse Anthony terrycloth wash clOths; ball
Susan Wendy Crews, Odell point pens; new paperbackbooks
do.Those from Bunnell attend- Hersey, Anthony Kahlert, ; plastic soap, tooth
OIL ing were Mrs. Vonnie Viner Rosely ,Cameron, T. K. Me- brush and cigarette containers
and daughter Vicki, Mrs. Mar Knight, all of Bunnell; John D. ; and small packages of
garet Clegg and daughter Perritt and Pat Miller, of Flag- writing paper with self.seal. '
HEATING FUEL OIL Karen, Mrs. Pearl Blakely and ler Beach; Joe McCartney, ing envelopes.Do .
SERVICE !
daughter Marge, ;Mrs. Betty Daytona Beach, Marguerite your part and send your
Hawkins and daughters rudy: Dennison, Daytona Beach; Don donation to Mrs. Victor Buck-
FOR FAST DELIVERY and Tanya and Mrs. Ann Anderson, Ormond; Harris les, Bunnell; Mrs. Jasper
Hunter and chilldren Rocky Heirs, Jacksonville, ; DeLois White or Mrs. Vernon Haines,
and Zena Marie. Allen, Deland; Edith Bembry, Flagler Beach, before the October
Glen St. Mary.DISMISSED 12 deadline.
. CALL PHONE GROUP ENJOYS FISHING : George Revels,
Davey Solomon, Anna Hoff,
Marie Muzyka, of Bunnell, Doris Filkins, Ethel Wickline, O. F. ALFORD
I Dorothy Webster, Betty Gu- Pat Miller and infant daughter
4377172Corner thrie and Sue Gaze of Daytona Barbara Field, Linda Registered

Beach spent last weekend Holt, George Buckles, Marvin Real Estate Broker

! U. S. Hwy. No. 1 and Moody Blvd. j fishing at Dead Lake Fish Cole, Arthur Jones, Bill Sanders "
Camp. The group reported a DeLois Allenj'enny Nobles BunnelL Florida
aaEBKBWMK8M nice catch of speckled perch. Beatrice Cockrell. AA .A





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CITYCOMMISSION Bunnell Bulldogs 5 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE ntUBS.. OCTOBER. 5.. .190'1 t
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MEETS .
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A motion to hire a second Lose Third GameTo ,
policeman for, the City of Quantity Rights
Bunnell died for the lack of WE GIVE Reserved I
a second at Monday night's St. Joseph I MTS ***
commission meeting. The city :!
now employs one fulltime policeman St. Joseph Academy Flashes TOP Prices Good
for night duty. combined steady running anda Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
The commissioners discuss. strong defense to grind outa and
VALUESTAMPS Monday,
ed but took no action on having 7.0 conference victory over
an Open House at the the Bunnell Bulldogs Friday SUPER MARKET October 5, 6, 7,
City Water Works. night at Bulldog Stadium. and 9, 1967
Agreed.to write H. E. Hales, The winning touchdown was 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
vice president of the Florida scored in the final quarter .
East Coast Railway to re- when Flashes fullback Bob
quest them to clean out the Eutsler carded the ball over FLORIDA GRADE "A" BOSTON BUTTFRYERS
ditch on the east side of the from the seven yard line.
'railroad from the North to Quarterback Eddie Drozd
South city limits. kicked the extra point.
I
Agreed to pay $20 each ,to On the second play in the PORK.
send the city's building inspector first quarter Bunnell fumbled
and fire chief to Pa- and the Flashes recovered but
latka to view Inspections of were unable to get on the


the public Granted procedures., buildings a two week's and extension learn Scoreboard.son Bulldog ran- 58 back yards Ernest for a touchdown John Whole 4 A ST' t
2 5 R 0
to the owner of a burned in the second quarter,
rental building for preparations but the T. D. was nullifieddue Lb.
to move the 'building to to holding penalty against.
comply .with the city's ordi Bunnell
nance. Both teams were scorelessat 5 Lb. Family Cut-up $4f79
Bids were received for culvert 'half-time. Pkg.
to be placed, In a residential The Flashes moved the ball 4 9
area but the commission 68 yards In 11 attempts in the Select Lb.
decided. to table the pur third period and fumbled on
chase. the Bunnell 5 yard line whereit BEEF "' '
,was recovered by the Bull. _

dogs.The Flashes scored the win Tender
49P P
LIVER Lb.
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY ning touchdown after carryingthe Lb. STEAK 5ge
ball 35 yards in'seven
There was a Slumber Partyat
the J. D. Perryman home plays in the final quarter. World's Best .
last Friday evening, honoringJan The Bulldogs will attemptto Pure Pork
Perryman on her eleventh scalp the Baldwin Indiansfor Pan Lb. BEEF Z Lbs. 9ge
birthday anniversary.The their first win of the sea SAUSAGE 2 9geCround
evening began with a son Friday night at 8:00: p. m.
hamburger supper. Jan and Tender Delicious Pork

her guests attended the football FSWC TO ELECT BRISKET Lb,. $I00 NECK BONES 4 Lbs. $loq
game and' returned to SUPERVISORSOCTOBER STEW 3 ,
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the Ferryman home for traditional
birthday refresh. 12th Lean Beef Fre.hSHORT

ments. The Flagler Soil & Water Lb. OCEAN .
Enjoying the delightful occasion Conservation District will hold RIBS 4ge MULLET Zge
with the honoree were an election on Thursday, Oct.
Paula Kiwala, Elaine Weeks 12, 1967, to elect 3 supervisorsto

and' Debbie Holdrldge. 4 year terms.Nominees (Armour Shortening) for ithe three of.
FOUR GENERATIONS AT fices are: R.W. Cody Jr., R. W. ,
FAMILY GATHERING Deen, Jr., W. W. Deen, Clifford VEGETOLE FAR
There were four generationsIn G. Higginbotham and A. B.
attendance at a family Johnston.

gathering Mr. and Sunday Mrs.. at Alfred the homeof Gibson ,, R. W. Deen, Jr.,,W.W. Deen ., :3 Lb. I Ct. '
and A. B. Johnston are incumbent Tin 57'' Box 55 Y
Bunnell. They were Mr. supervisors whose terms r o .
and Mrs. Gibson and their a
are expiring. They are seeking
daughter Mrs. Clifton Webb,
Bunnell, their grandson, Eddie re-election. Limit ((1)) with purchase Limit (1) with purchaseof
for the election
Webb and his two sons, Polling places of $5.00 or more food I $5.00 or more food
will be set follows
up as :
Wayne and Bryan, of Largo. Courthouse, CommissionersRoom order. I order.
Other family members visiting
Bunnell.
at the Gibson home were 1
Water Oak Station, BiminI.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Farmer of Long Grain ThriftyRICE
Haw Creek Station, Haw
Butler, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Stovall, South Mr. Creek. 9
Daytona; Flagler Fish Camp, St. ,
and Mrs. Hayworth Gore, Bun. Johns Park.A. BLEACH :
nell; Clifton Webb, Bunnell; B. Johnston, Chairman of
and Mrs. Eddie Webb, Largo.
Board of Supervisors urges all 3 Lb. Half
eligible voters to cast a ballotin One Carton '
35 Buy 27'
Bag Gal ,
the election./An eligible .
Weldon & Co. voter is a person who is a Get Second
freeholder within the district
TREE SURGEONSTREES and who is an otherwise Limit ((2) Bags Please Limit ((2)) Please
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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS.. OCTOBER 5, 1967 Weekly Sermon

..
rY GARDENINGIN CHURCH Ai Rev. Oliver. F. 'Taylor. Pastor

Bunnell Methodist Church
FLORIDAMany HEWS
T3UST AND ASSURANCE
r f
ta ladles are suspectedof John! Donne has said In his
z 3 A'a bleaching their hair blondeIn FIRST METHODIST poem "For Whom the Bells

search of beauty BUNNELL Tolle" that no man is an Is
Hurricane Beulah or the Her. Oliver Taylor. Pastor land. He simply means that
storms that may follow are we cannot be separated either;
.i examples.But Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. from mankind or from God. It
hair Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. is pathetic when an individual ,
have ,
since they no
Methodist Youth Fellowship, either looses or does not
r To the Israeli child whose one of them may pitch a tan. 6:30
: p. m. have a faith in God becauseall
father was permanently crip trum In revenge and take the 2 Blocks East _of HighwayNo. people need to find a trust
An Israeli orphan, too pled in the Middle East crisis, color out of your lawn with 1, Lambert StreetST. outside of themselves.With .
young to understand politics, Americans who give to the rain water.

but old enough to know that United Jewish Appeal are like So Inspect your lawn now. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe all the help we can

Daddy isn't there, dependsfor godparents. A contribution maybe It may be losing Its lush Re,.. Robert Stuart. muster upon the earth no one
sustenance on our contributions mailed to the Appeal at 1290 green color because of a soak. Priest In Charge can be entirely sufficient unto
to United Jewish Ap Avenue of the Americas New Ing by a windy lady. himself. Therefore, it becomes
peal. York, N.Y. 10019. Centipede grass is often the Church School' 10:00: a.m. necessary for the individual to
first to take on a yellow cast Sunday. have a proper relationshipand
following a heavy leaching.You Morning Worship 11:15 a.m. understanding of God.
can the green Communion first (Sunday of
spraying the In the letter to the Hebrewswe
color: by grass each month.
find that those people who
with an Iron sulfate solution. Thrre miles east of 'Bunnell
care enough about God to
mixture of
Apply a spray on' Highway 100.
his commandments, do
two teaspoonfuls of the iron obey
not live in fear,,but have trust
compound per three gallonsof BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST
and assurance What it
feet of a Joy
water per 50 square
Charles D. Anders Pastor
lawn area., Chelated Iron pro. is to have a confidence in
ducts also are recommendedfor Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday eternity and in God's"loVf even
lawn for today. "Hence we can
coloring up grasses. School. '
Lawns with a dull, green 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship confidently say, The Lord is
R color will also snap to life 7:00 p.m. Training Union. my helper, I will not be
> of Worship. afraid; what can man do to
again with an! application 8:00 p.m. Evening "
,:4 fertilizer. For amounts and Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer me? Hebrews 136.:
kinds of plant food to applysee Service.

7t your county agriculturalagent. Nursery, all services.
2 Blocks East of stoplight,
Sprinkle the plant food Moody Boulevard.
evenly over the lawn, :then
water in to prevent the grass BUNNELL
from being burned by the PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSRev. Why
caustic plant food elements.
Don't become alarmed If .. John Llngold Pastor The
you discover earwigs In your Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
lawn. A number of home owners Worship Service, 11:00 a. m
have' reported them. Life Liners Service, 6:30p. Christian

These vicious looking little m.
insects may startle you. How. Evening Evangelistic Service Science
ever, the conspicuous pair of 7:30 p. m.
hooks at the end of !their Deen Road.
abdomen are harmless. They Monitor
do not live up to the superstition THE METHODIST CHURCH

of attacking people In Flagler Beach recommendsyou
6Seminole the ear. Reynold Nelson HOover
Earwigs are commonly Sunday School 9:45: a. m
d found beneath boards, _"In :Morning Worship 11 a. m. read
wood piles, under leaves and Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45:
other plant materials. They localnewspaper
p.m.Men's
become numerous in well kept Club meets the first your
lawns. Earwigs are largely Monday of each month at
scavengers feeding on dead 7c30 p. m.Woman's.
Indian Medicine Man Josie Billie, of the Big f and decaying organic matter. Society of Chris-
They rarely damage plants. tion Service the 2nd Thursday .
Reservation dons honored ceremonial Your local Is wide:
Cypress time In the event you find ear 9:30: a. m. newspaper a rang*
robes to help announce the first oft.reservation Semi wigs are becoming a nuisance, South Daytona Avenue. emphasis newspaper Is with on local many news.features.It also Its

nole Indian Pow Wow in over a century. Occasion for control them with chlordaneor reports the major national and Inter.

the Pow Wow will be the dedication ot an all new Glass toxaphene. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH national news.
Almost everyone loves Flogler Beach THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR
Bottom Boat fleet at Florida's Silver Springs September violets, so try your luck at LOCAL PAPER
30th. The new boats are named in honor of Semi- growing them. An acid soil, Max Hall Pastor We specialize In analyzing and Inter.

nole Indian chiefs and warriors and the one 'day conclave with plenty of humus and Sunday School: 9:45.: preting international the Important news. Our national Intention and is
plant food, moisture and
Morning Worship: 11:00.
to bring the news Into sharper focus.
will to tribute to Florida's first residents.A .
serve shade
pay are conditions (that Evening Worship: 7:30. The Monitor has a world-wide staff of
two.,.jjreek Indian Fair, through October 16th, will fea- make violets happy. If you Wednesday Prayer Meeting: correspondents-some of them rank
already have violets, then among the world's finest And theMonitor's
,ture Several families of Seminoles living at Silver Springs 7:30.On
divide them now and the per. I the corner of Third and incisive, provocative editorials
in traditional Seminole chickees displaying native Semi- fumed little flowers will peep Central. are followed just as closely
nole arts and crafts.Flagler out from dark green leaves by the men' on Capitol Hill as they
are by the Intelligent, concerned
from December until
May. CATHOLIC CHURCHESRev.
adult on Main Street.
Sweet peas is another Fr. Anthony Leon Pastor WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITORYou
flower suggestion. The winter ST. MARY'S. KORONA probably know the Monitor's professional *
flowering varieties, If plantednow reputation as one of the
I County Insurance will bloom by Christmas. Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. world's finest newspapers. Try the
; Plant sweet pea seeds In Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., Monitor; see how it will take you
't C I. .. : trenches of rich, organic soil and Friday at 8:30 'a.m. above the average newspaper reader.
Agency Inc. that has been sterilized and FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL Just fill out the coupon below.
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it' Frequent cutting of the Weekday Masses: Tuesday, The Christian Science MonitorOne
Thursday, and Saturday at Norway Street
All Forms of Insurance blooms formation is necessary to prevent 8:30: a. m. Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 02115

105 North Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171 will reduce of seedpods the flowering which ST. STEPHEN'S BUNNELL tilt Please period start'chicktd my Monitor below.subscription I encloseS for

Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY period.As Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. _(U.s.funds).
a border plant for aza Bl YEAR$24 p e months $12
BONDS leas, try strawberry plants. COMMUNITY MEMORIAL .months8. ,
The berry bushes like the acid CHURCH Name
azalea soil and will thrive.
Flagler Beach street
The dark green leaves, white I
blossoms with creamcoloredeyes Rev. R. W. DIckert Pastor City

""SAV BY- MAILIEARN' | pay ,for and your tart efforts red berries of grow.will Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. State_._____ZIP Code_PB16A
Service
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ing the plants. Communion every first Sun -------- --
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ABOVE AVERAGE for signs of bud browning. I

,: RETURNSWe "\\ t \"\ This will indicates cause the a buds fungus to which drop.If .

discovered, control the disease THE BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE
Pay Postage Both Ways with a fungicide

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. OCTOBER 5. 1967 (SEAL) Clerk Circuit U SURTAX
- By: Janice Murray Flagler County,
Deputy Clerk (SEAL)
of the AFL-
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN TO Oct. 5. 1), 19, 21. 4to.LRGIT Janice Murray clUes."I '
: ..iHERMAN.BORENSTEIN, Deputy Clerk y, has back
TUB CIRCUIT COURT. FOR You e Unknown. Oct. 5, 12. 19, ,re.
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FLAGLEH COUNTY. FLOR are notified that a complaint AO''F.RT'.F.MENT
IDA. for divorce has been tiled \r ;I-lei- '.. tax hike "
CIVIL ACTION No. 232 against you, and you are required TilE : he said '
to serve IN CIRCUIT COt'UT OtFLORIDA '} Alsla has been (1.s c. ,
BORENSTEIN, a of
IDA copy your answer -
SKVK\TH JITI1I- .
Plaintiff, or pleading to the complaint CIAL CIRCUIT IV AND FOIL eight years. to the, Ad.
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on the
vs.iERMAN plaintiff a attorney, FLAGLEICOUNTY recom- "
Defendant.BORENSTEIN, Third and 1StreetFlPa atka10FlorNorthida. OA! F1 NO. 234 Twenty per cent of the how to ins
NOTICE! OF SUIT file the original' answer or JOHN LONG kish population lives In
pleading Plaintiff
In the office of the

.. .. ,, Clerk before ot Vh the day above November Court,on 1987.or ANNA WASHINGTON LONG '.
I ,_ .. ..., t I If defaultlwill do ao. Judgment Defendant.
by be taken agalnlt NOTICE} OF SUIT
HASTINGS MATTRESS yoU the Complaint for the relief demanded In TO: ANNA WASHINGTON LONG HALIFAX ,
Residence Unknown
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Done 27, and 1967.ordered this September YOU ARE HEREBY notified .
that an action for divorce has
710.12 Lemon St., Clerk George Circuit M. Moody Court been filed against you and you Dry Cleaners & LaundryPhone
are required to serve copy of
Palatka, Florida Flagler, County. Florida your written defenses, if any to .
Phone EA it on Bruce H. Davis Attorney 253.8174-255-4357 wi
5-9166 for Plaintiff whose address Is
Furniture Upholterlng Box (27 Crescent City Florida, Will Pick-up Flagler Beach, Mondaq't?
WE and file the with the
Repaired & Refinished MAKE Clerk of the above original styled Courton Bunnell Tuesday-Deliver Back Friday
Mattresses & Box OUR OWN PAINT or before November 4, 1967;
Springs otherwise a Judgment may be Best Quality Work-Best Shirts in Town I
Made to Order Also RenovatedCall Buy Direct-Save-Why entered against you for the relief -
demanded In the Complaint. 301 RIDGEWOOD :-; HOLLY HILL
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Pay
Laura Morris 437.3233 WITNESS my hand and theseal
GALLONS of laid Court on September Call Bob Barber25543571M'
After 6:00 P. M. $ 27. 1967.
PRICES REASONABLE 3 Interior-Exterior LATEX 5 _.
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED ,.. Gallons $ 98

Just as near as your &j, Outside White 3>
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OIL BASE FOR WOOD
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BUNNELL CUSTOM
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