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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: October 12, 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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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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i J. ; I Ir VOL. 55 NO. 41 THURSDAY OCTOBER 12. 1967 53.30 A YEAR t


ARRIVES SAFELY IN C of C. Elect
ar Class of 47nadHomecoming I
THE PHILLIPINES

Mr. and,Mrs.,Averley Brownreceived Officers For
word from their son, .
2nd class air corpsman JamesM.
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Friday 1967-68Term 1
; ; Here Brown, that he had arrived

P y I Cllr Cllrr r! i safely at Clark Air Force
.1 The Bunnell High School Base in the Phillipines Islands The Flagler County Chamber I

Class of 1947 celebrated Home. after a trip to Bangkok, of Commerce Board of Directors
coming on October 6, 1967, Thailand and Saigon. met Wednesday morn )
j with a class .reunion ing, October 11 at the Bun. :
The C.124 that Airman nell Restaurant, to discuss the \
jt The activities started at the Brown was traveling on lost, results of the membershipdrive
; Bunnell High School Cafeteria one of its engines halfway between and elect their Board of
I1 i at 1:00 P. M. with the Bancock and Saigon. Directors for the 1967.68 stag j

t I Alumni Luncheon. After this, The emergency crew was gered term system. The Cham
, '" ."', ,1 Daryl Britt and Joann Wilson, standing by on the field, fortunately ber reports a membership of

t. v ,I representing ithe .Student for all concerned 107 over 97 last year with tot
Council, conducted the Alumni their services were not need. al proceeds, to date, $2,045. '
on a tout of the school Mrs. Frances Edmonson, C.
plant. The Homecoming Pa. ed.HANDCUFFED B. Elsenbach and Barbara

rade' followed. The remainderof Smythe counted the ballots
the afternoon was spentIn Tuesday evening and report.
remlnlslng as many of the PRISONERS ed that the eleven Board of
,
. ,. alumni had not seen each ESCAPETwo Directors are as follows: L. E. M,
other since the day of grad. Wadsworth John M. Canaka- '

uation. I young Holly Hill men, rls, M: D.,Thomas L. Lenssen,
handcuffed together, escaped John A. Clegg, Sheriff P. A.
B. H. S. HOMECOMING KING AND QUEENJIM One highlight of the evening from a locked Sheriffs car Edmonson, R. L. McNab, Louis
was a feast of prime
AKINS AND MARIA HULAS Monday night during a stop'on Steflik, Nagl Abraham, How-
1 ribs served to the graduates a trip to the Volusia Coun ell V. Peavy, L. H., Church,
of 1947 and their families as
, ty Jail. and Anthony Kahlert.
well as the teachers and ad.
The majority of the Board
t tR mlnlstrators who guided them Deputy. Frank Flcacci Identified
Members who were present
through their Senior Year at the pair as Richard
reelected L. E Wadsworth
Bunnell High School. This Larry Hand, 20, and Raymond President. Elected John M.
took place at 6:00: P. M. at ithe Queen, 16.' The pair was ar Canakaris Vice President and
Bunnell Restaurant. They rested, along with Charles L.'
Thomas L. Lenssen, Treasurer.
then journeyed to the Home. Cloer, 28, also of Holly Hill, They agreed that Barbara 1
coming game and sat In a in St. Augustine. ,
Smythe would act in the ca. 1

group. Flcacci said Queen I and pacity of Executive Secretary. 4

After the game, the alumniof Cloer along with Cloer's two John A. Clegg Thomas .
the Class of '47 had an in, small children, were taking Lenssen and Sheriff P. A. Ed i
r formal get-together at the Hand to Georgia. Queen and. monson were appointed to
school cafeteria. They were Goer had been placed under make the arrangements for
served cake and coffee, and arrest. for aiding and abettingan the annual banquet installation j
"
.::the'teal business of reminls* .escaped prisoner and.' rere-' meeting" be held attheBunnell ,
A ing got under way Old ad. being brought Ita' Daytona Resturant Oct. 26. ,
ventures and misadventureswere Beach along with Hand. The banquet Is open to all ;
{7 recalled, and the prophesies members and their Wives. An !
L X E N' and aims of this classin While on the return trip, out-of-town guest speakerwil
their senior year were read.It Flcacci stopped at a service be featured. 4
was 'a grand finale to a station near the north city ,
.\ wonderful day, limits of Bunnell ito buy gas EMBEZZLEMENTTRIAL \
, and 'a soft drink for the
Participants of this Class children. While Ficacd was in SWITCHEDTO
.l; .1,.,...... lit'IJ BUNNELLCircuit
"""'" "h" ""'- ,. "'_. Reunion were as follows: the office paying for the pur
,
' '..".,,,. .. ... ;: v -I>,j< I chases'' the two men managed Judge William "
ri I 1 Mrs. Jean Hoffman and her to jump from the car. Deputy Wadsworth announced Tues

, ,,'r... 1 ":" _.' __ :}"v husband, C.; R. (Dick) Pepperof Flcacci said he believedHand day that the embezzlementtrial
. Laurel, Indiana. had escaped before from of Mrs. Ruth F. Seaman,
B. H. S. FLOAT Mrs. Johnnie Mae Sheffield another patrol car. a former St. Johns River Junior .

1st PLACE GOES TO THE 9th GRADE Roughton and her husband, College employe, wouldbe
I Ernest Roughton, and! two FLOYD COLLINS IS held in Bunnell.

children of Gainesville, Flor Judge Wadsworth, who has
FLAGLER BEACH agreed to hear the case, said
ida.Mr. that no trial date has been
LIONS CLUB HEAD
Marvin Gresham and
set.Mrs.
his wife, Peggy Gresham, and Floyd Collins was elected Ruth Seaman, 174
two children of Gainesville, President of the Flagler Westover Drive, Palatka, was:
Florida. Beach Lions Club at a charter indicted July 17 by the Putnam .

Mr, Rudolph Smigielski and meeting Monday night. County Grand Jury for

, his wife, Miva Smigielski, of Others elected were Joe the alleged embezzlement of
Cocoa, Florida. Harrison, Vice President; funds which were under the

Miss Nina Vinson of Or. Jack Abbott, second Vice Pres. direct supervision of the Put.
mond Beach, Florida. ident: Cecil Westbrook, third nam County School Board. *
Mrs. Lula Mae Bradley Vice President; Bob Law, Tall Mrs. Seaman had been an *}:

Hoffman and her husband, Twister; Tommy Durrance, employe at the Junior collegefor
Kenneth Hoffman, and two Lion 'Tamer, Willie Harrison six years, until August "
children of Auburndale, Flor and Al Zamba two year directors 1966. :-i
An' of In; '
and Herbert Fuller incomplete study .
ida.Mrs.. Joyce Kelly Townsendand and Howard Learch, one year ternal accounts at the Junior 1
directors. college by state auditors for s I
rt y her daughter of Flagler *
Beach, Florida. The club will be sponsoredby the period from July 1, 1964 ', '
Mrs. Barbara Morris Cody the Bunnell Lions Club. to Nov. 30, 1966 indicated |

and her husband, Dick Cody, There were 29 charter mem more !than $133,000 was miss- I I
bers. Ing and unaccounted for from I
and three children of Bunnell.
the registration account. \
J ,
Mrs. Ruby Dunson Jarosz
and her husband, George Ja DIST SECRETARY
rosz, and eight children of CONSERVATIONELECTION I
Bunnell. VISITS LIONS CLUB TODAY

Mrs. Odell Strickland Clegg "Lion Ism and Membership"was Voters are urged to cast p

and her husband, Frank the topic of discussion their ballot today (Thursday) I

B. H. S. HOMECOMING PARADEF. Clegg, and two children of when Milton Rutherford, Sec- in the Flagler Soil and Water \3 .
Bunnell. retary of the 35th District of Conservation District supervisor .
F. A. CAR COMES IN FIRST Mrs. Paulette Carillet Har- Lions, from Orlando, addressed election, in which three
ris and her husband, Coy Harris the Lions Club in Bunnellat supervisors will be elected to I

and three children of a luncheon meeting Tuesday 4-year terms. ,

GEORGIA BOY'S AUCTION STUART'S L P GAS SERVICE Bunnell. There were 20 membersand Five candidates have been "
Other partkipftnts were: guests who attended. nominated from which to fill
HOUSE REOPENS OPENS FOR BUSINESS Mrs. Myrtle Cockman Rice Mrs. Cora Buckles appearedin the three offices, as follows: I
and her husband, John .... behalf of the Red Cross R. W. Cody, Jr., R. W. Deen, I
Georgia Boy's Auction House Stuart Batman, formerly Mrs. Margaret Reynolds "Ditty Bag" program. The Jr., W. W. Deen, Clifford G. a
will open again for season, with Green's Fuel and Gas and hr husband Frank
Reynolds club agreed to pay for 5 bagsat HIggtnbotham and A. 9. Ii !
Sunday, October 15 at 1:80 p. OMspny, .b now owmr and $3 bag. Johnston. I '
the location, 4 operator of ....rt'l LP GSM per 1
m. at same Mr. Walter Morris and his Lion JACK Holt presented a Poling places are the Courthouse .
miles east of Bunnell on Route Service. He Is located on Route
wife, Laura Monti. ,
film of
program Southern in Bunnell; Water Oak
100.He 100, East of Bunnell. Mr. John A. Clegg and his Bell Telephone Co. on the Trt- flwrvioe Station; Bimini; Haw ,
will feature tools, furniture He la equipped to sell bulkor wife, Margaret Ctoff. star sattelHe. Creek Station Haw Creek; .

appliances, and many bottled gas and will serve Mr. Duane A. Den and his The Club agreed to sponsor and Flagler Fish Camp, St.
other miscellaneous items. all of Flagler County. wife Luellen Deen. the Flagler Beach Lions Club. Johns Parkf .


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THUR$., OCTOBER 12. 1967
BIRTHDAY DATA 2-THE fLAGLER TrIBUNE
t 3daglrr ftrtbunrINCORPORATED
Happy birthday this week to:
Today-Oliff Saxon. 'v'owC

lll'MVELL FLORIDA win Friday, Elizabeth-Donna Kendall Faye,Good Flor- IEO I C E Lean Western "FIRST CUT"Pork

LEN WILSON ence D. Moore.SundayJ. .
Editor and Publisher Kenneth White,

BETTE S. :McDANIEL Jr.Monday Chops
New Editor Anna Dunson,
"Rick" Andrews, Louise A.

Taylor, Robin Pelllcer. ENcATs
. Designated newspaper tLeRai .!! Tuesday-Russell Yelvlng-

Adsertlsiag ton Reed, Mary Atkinson.Elizabeth Bass, LJU.

Entered as second lass matter Wednesday-Julia Stanish,
February 6. 1913. at the post- Britt Allbritton, Trade Shel-
office at Bunnell. Florida, under
Act of March 8. 181J. ton. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUP'

Buckpassers greatest race?
10e Per Copy
One Year ......$3.50 It was the 1966 Flamingo at lb. 98

Six: Month ---..... ....... ....::.00 Hlaleah. Seemingly beaten by
Outside Flagler County Abe's Hope a few yards from
$4.00 Per Year the finish, he came with a

surge of power to win In the Choice Juicy
FIRST EXCHANGE STUDENTS last lunge.

French explorers pioneeredNorth Ib 98lb.
America's first student

exchange system In 1610 when CLASSIFIED 1ADVERTISING .
Etienne Brule went to live

with Huron Indians. His commander .
ChamplaIn reciprocated U. S. D. A. Choice

by taking a young IOI

Geographic Huron to France Society, the says.National _or 1fi 59


RATE-4c per word. Minimum
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
charge per Issue $1.00.
REQUEST FOR BIDS
Notice la hereby given that
the East 'Flagler Mosquito Con NECK RIB
trol District of Flagler Beach. Used BABY CRIB $10.00. NEW BONES TIPS PIG FEET
Florida, will accept sealed bids
at the Office located 7 milesnorth FATIGUE MATS, 97 of Flagler Beach tin Highway and Appliance, Old FRYER BACKS PIG TAILS
A1A, Tip to and until 8:00
P. M. on Tuesday, October 24, Dixie Highway, 2 miles Southof
196T. or postmarked prior to that Korona. Phone 437,3752. Lb,. Lbs.
time and date, for the following 5 $100 4 $100
for fiscal year ending SeP- 10-12-ltc I
tember 80. 1968.
Furnish approximately Twenty WANTED-Woman to care
Thousand '(20.000) Gallons for nursery children, SundayA. Choice Juicy
No. 2 Fuel Oil to be delivered to
the Dstricfa Storage Tanks at M. ,and P. M. First Baptist
Shop north of Flagler Beach.Florida Church Bunnell, good pay.

for the, in capacity quantities of suitable storage Contact Rev. :Anders, .437.3213 BRISKET STEW 39
tanks, which Is approximately or '4373924. 10-12-2tc lb.
6,500 gallons.all applicable Quotations taxes to and Include
to be a firm bid. baaed on 60degrees FOR SALE-1966 GMC 1 Ton
F. Temperature and to Panel Truck, new (condition,

state Furnish terms approximately of payment. two 5000 miles, original owner, 5

thousand (2,000) Gallon Regu- heavy duty 6 ply truck tires,
lar Gasoline. Gasoline shall meet brakeS Phone 4373862. ZUBER'S
all of the minimum requirements power SMOKED SAUSAGE
for Regular Grade Gasoline Itc I PURE PORKGRISMIX ..................Ib. 5ge I
AS eel forth by the Depart-
ment of Agriculture of the FULL TIME Maintenance Me-
State of Florida as authorised
by Chapter 625. Florida Statutes chanic wanted. Applications
1961. Gasoline Inspection being taken -at office on 300
Law and Octane number shall
be 90 or better. South Bacher. }, 1012.2tc SPUD FLAKESBOLD DETERGENT,
Gasoline to be delivered to the
District's Headquarters north of FOR SALE, RENT OR LEASE, BIX MIX-FLAP STAX-
ftlelo Beach, Florida, In quan 15th! St., 1 block from ocean,
storage tank facilities KING
Bidder to furnish Storage 2 bed rooms, Florida room. COTTON PICKIN CORN BREAD gg 0
Tank of 600 gallon capacity Ph. 437.3472 10-12-tf to SIZE
with dispensing Pump and
:Meter. Utility Trailer 4'x10'x4' with Each fOe

pllcable Quotations taxes to and Include to be all a firm ape closed sides, new tires, in excellent Limit 1 with $5.00
or food order
more
bid stating terms of payment. condition. Reasonable.
Furnish approximately two Call 10-12-lt
4392433.
thousand (2,000) Gallons L. P.
Gas delivered to the District's Red & White No. 2Va CanPEACHES
Headquarters north of Flagler Producing Farm Wanted, from
Beach, Florida. Bidder to furnish 100 to 300 acres Flagler or For $4TOO
Storage Tank and dlspensnlg 3 KRAFT
Putnam Counties Wlllard M.
pump with meter Quotations ,
to be firm bid\ and to state Walker, Broker, 1034 Nova
24 Bottle
terms of payment oz.
The bulk of these require- Road, North, Daytona Beach, ORANGE JUICE
ments will be required from May 32017. 10-12-2tp Ea.
1968 1st. 1988 thru September 30, WESSON OIL 4ge

Bids to be opened at the Officeon FOR SALE or will trade for Martha White Quart
Wednesday, October 25, 1967 outside painting, G. E. Refrig
at 6:15: P. :lILSuccel'laul QUICK Ib. Bottle 231/
Bidder shall be notified erator and new apartmentsize GRITS 5 3ge
following the District's electric range. 108 South Bag
tabulation of Bids.
The District reserves thedhO 13th Street, Flagler Beach
: reject any and all bids 10.12-ltc
waive any Informalities
in bidding. NESCAFE
East Flagler Mosquito SINGER FROZEN FOODS
Control District DIALO -
Board of Commissioners INSTANT COFFEE
Lyman L. Gage. Secretary
Oct. U.182tcFlagler MATIC Mri. Pul' 9 oz. Pkg.
CONSOLE MODEL, SEWING 6 oz.
MACHINE, Must place in your Jar Sge FISH STICKS Ea. 390

area. A-l shape, Zig Zags,
makes buttonholes, fancy designs Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Sara Lee "ALL BUTTER" 12 Size

sews on buttons, appll- oz.

eques, monograms, etc. Sold POUND CAKE E>.
FRESH PRODUCE 6ge
new for over $300. MUST SAC- -

RIFICE. Just pay balance $62,
P or >assume $8 monthly pay Delicious -
SFA ments. Call Credit Manager, OUR VALUESHORTENING
COLLECT Jacksonville 353- APPLES 4 Bag; 4ge

1946, anytime. Will deliver,
No obligation.Oct. Calif. SunkutLEMONS;

5-12.19-26-4tc Doz.
3ge I -
SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain 3 Tin 39C
Tribune Fresh HEAD '
fields Installed; Rota-Roter Crisp

BUNNELL snail shell. Reasonable prices. Each Limit 1 with $5.00
LETTUCE 21C or more food order
PHONE 437-3282 Call George Jarosz, 437.3410
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 411 Main Street PRECINCT NO. 2 Flaa-ter bune, a newspaper of general 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
nr TUB Daytona Beach Florida Beach-Municipal Budding circulation throughout the County
JUDICIAL cincrrr COURT CIRCUIT, SEVENTH IV- Sept 11, 28. Oct 6. 12. 4tn' PRECINCT NO rld'naW'' Creek of Flagler, and published In THUR&. OCTOBER 12. 1967

AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY. Community said. County that a notice specifying -
FLORIDA LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT PRECINCT NO. J-A Korona- the names of the Inspec.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 2J4 Church Hall.PRECINCT. tors and clerks of election Inlaid flclent copies of his claim to.enable
JOYCE I. WILLIAMSON RESOLUTION NO. 4 St John District, shall be publishedonce the County Judge to mall
Plaintiff. WHEREAS, It Is necessary and Park-Community HalL In said newspaper at least one to each personal representative. -
Imperative that additional reve- PRECINCT NO. 4-A Bunnelt fifteen (15) days before the hold- .
JOB WILLIAMSON, nue to that to be raised by Gen- Masonic Temple. Ing of said election. Dated September 26th. A. D.
Defendant. eral Levy, be obtained for the PRECINCT NO. 5 Enpanola BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDBY 1967. '
Community Hall.PRECINCT /sLucille Walker
operation and maintenance of
said Board that the Chair-
NOTICE! TO APPEAR AND Administratrix of the fAit
NO. 5-A AIA
High
the public free schools In Spec- man and Secretary of this Board
ANSWERIN
ial Tax School District No. 1 in waI'-Johneon's Fruit Stand. Will and Testament of
are Instructed to take all otheror
THE NAME OF THE STATE Flagler County, Florida as cre- The foregoing election precincts further steps as may be needful DAISY L. WALKER. '
Deceased.
OF FLORIDA ated under and by virtue of the being all the election
pre In accordance with law to
First
TO JOE : publication on:
WILLIAMSON WHOSE laws of the Stute of Florida and
POST OFFICE cincts In said Special Tax SchoolDistrict carry this Resolution into effect. Sept. 28. 1967.
ADDRESS AND this Bord estimated that for the
UNKNOWN.You RESIDENT. ADDRESS ARE next two years a 4.59 mill tax Florida. No. 1 In Flagler County, Board PASSED of Public in open Instruction session by the of Sept. 23. Oct. 6. 12, U, 4te.

notified on the real and personal prop DE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. Flagler County, Florida, at Its
hereby and
are that erty telephone, telegraph
suit has been brought against a railroads, In said district la necessary that this Board shall appointthe meeting on the 27th day of Sep- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT:
you In the Circuit Court. Seventh for the exclusive purposeof persons who are to be Inspectors tember, A. D, 1967.
Judicial Circuit, In and for operating and maintainingthe and clerks for each respective Harold Emery IV THE CIRCUIT COCRT OF
Flagler County, Florida, by public free schools In said polling places at which Chairman of the Board FLAG LEU COUNTY FLORIDA
JOYCE I. WILLIAMSON, Plaintiff district said election la to be held, and of Public Instruction of In Case! No. 226
and shall publish said names aa required Florida AGNES J. LEPOKE
you are hereby required THEREFORE. BE IT RESOL- Flagler County,
or by at by law. (SEAL) Plaintiff
riyftI.-lt&ertllalA VED BY the Board of Public Instruction VI.
of said of Flagler County. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED ATTEST RAYMOND JOHN
Court. your Answer or defenses Florida that an election la here- that there shall be prepared and Coy (I. Harris Jr.Superintendent Defendant LEPORE
to the Complaint in said suit by called to be held on the date furnished to said 1 Inspectors of and. Ex-
on or before the 20th day of election for use at said electionthe Ofliclo. Secretary To The NOTICE TO DEFEND
herein fixed for the
October A. D. 1967 purpose THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO
and also to herein specified necesasry ballot boxes and Board of Public Instruction. :
serve a copy of your Answer or ballots aa required by law; that Oct. 6. 12, 19, 26, 4te. RAYMOND JOHN LEPORE
defenses Messrs. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDBY RESIDENCE AND ADDRESS
upon Osslnsky the form of ballot to be used In
and Krol, Attorneys for Plaintiff said Board that an election said election shall be ARE UNKNOWNYou
at their offices at 411 Main shall be and la hereby orderedto substantially LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT are hereby notified that a
Street, Daytona Beach, Florida, be held In Special Tax School aa follows: suit has been filed against you
on or before the 20th day of October District No 1, Flagler County SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT IN' Till COUNTY JUDGE'S In the above entitled cause; and
,IrIcPa. 1967. by Florida at the voting places In NO. 1, ELECTION FOR COURT IN AND FOR FLAG- you are hereby required to lie
the Rules atb'eir said District hereinafter desig- FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA LF.H COUNTY, FLORIDA your answer with the Clerk of
cedure and herein fall not or a nated on the 7th day of November HELD ON NOVEMBER 7, 1967. FILE NO. 849 this Court, and to serve a copy
default will be entered against 1967. at which election shall BALLOT FOR SCHOOL TAX IN RE: Estate of DAISY L. thereof upon the plaintiff or
you.You be submitted to the qualified DISTRICT NO. 1 MILLAGE WALKER, plaintiffs attorney, whose name
are further notified that electora qualified/ to vote In such LEVY Deceased. and address Is:
the name of the Court In which election, residing in said District INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo CHARLES J. LUKE, II
said suit haa been instituted Is who have paid taxes on Indicate by marking; an "X" In all creditors and all Per- ATTORNEY AT LAW
the Circuit Court. Seventh Judi- real or personal property In said the space after line I, whetheryou sons having claims or demandsagainst 260 NORTH RIDGEWOOD
cial Circuit of Florida. In and District as required by law, the e proposed ,mlllare said estate. AVB
For Flagler County, and that the following proposition to-wit: levy t.hrh Is necessary tot tn You. and each of you are here- DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA.
title of said suit Is aa herein- approved school term. by notified and required to pre- not later than OCTOBER 28, A
above set forth Determination of the numberof If sent any claims and demands D.1967.Iy ,
You are further notified that mills of the District School you favor a different mill.age which you or either of you fall to do so. Default
levy write the
I the nature of said suit Is a suit Tax In Special Tax School Dis- after line levy you favor have against the estate of DAIS will be entered against you for
for divorce and permanent care. trict No. 1 to be levied for each 1. 2. L. WALKER, deceased, late of the relief demanded in the bill
custody and control of the minor of the next succeeding two years Estimated mlllage levy required Flagler County, Florida, to the of complaint The nature of said
children for the exclusive purpose of operating for regular'term (4,59) Honorable T. K. McKnight, suit being. for
WITNESS my hand and official aIld maintaining the mills. County Judge of Flagler County, DIVORCEWITNESS
seal at Bunnell, Flaglen! County. public free schools of said District County Courthouse In Bunnell, my hand and seal
I Florida, this 14 day of Septem- the estimated millage required Flagler County Florida, withinsix of said Court this list day of
ber A. for each of the next two months from the date of the SEPTEMBER. A. D. 1967.
GEORGE\
I 2. Other
M MOODY, years being (4.69) mills. mlllage levy first publication of this notice. GEORGE, M MOODY,
I aa Clerk of the Circuit BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDBY Each claim or demand must be Clerk of, said Circuit
t Court of Flagler County, In writing and must state the Court
THIS BOARD that the following
Florida place of residence and post of. (Offlcal Seal)
,
placea are hereby designated BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDBY
lice address of the claimant and Janice
(Seal) By Murray
as polling places in said aald Board, that thla,Resolution must be sworn to by the claim- Deputy Clerk
By Janice Murray District, In which said election of the calling and holdingof ant, his agent or his attorney, Sept. 28, Oct. 6, 12, 19, 4tc,
Deputy Clerk is to be heldPRECINCT : said election shall be published or It will become void accord-
OSSINSKY AND KROL NO. 1 Bunnell once each week for four suecesslv Ing to law
Attorneys for Plaintiff Court House weeks in the Flagler Trl Each creditor shall deliver suf- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN

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FLAG LEn COUNTY FLOR
IDA. _
CIVIL ACTION N*. 232
IDA BORENSTEIN,
t- Plaintiff.

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% r. HERMAN NOTICE Defendant BORENSTEIN OF SUIT,

Ivn- TO! HERMAN BORENSTEIN,

__ Residence Unknown.You .
P are notified that a com-
plaint for divorce has been filed
against you, and you ax? re uIJ"
ed to serve a copy of your answer -
or pleading to the complaint --
1
1 on the plaintiff's .
Samuel V Holch. 110 North
Third Street Palatka, Florida
and file the original answer or.
1 1' Clerks In the office of the
of the above Court on or
,
;'.- before 4th day November, 1>67.<
If you fall to do' so, judgment
by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded !.
the Complaint. ,
Done and ordered this Septem
her 27, 1967.
George M Moody
Clerk Circuit I Court "

: Flagler County, Florida
A (SEAL)

By Deputy: Janice Clerk Murray

r Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26, 4 t.4. '.



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JOHN LONG'
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ANNA WASHINGTON LONG


H NOTICE Defendant OF SUIT

TO ANNA LOX4J.
':: : : WASHINGTON
/ Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
".I that an action for divorce has
t,., been filed against you and you
,; are required to serve copy of
I your written defenses, if any to
it on Bruce II. Davis, Attorney
..' .. for Plaintiff, whose address la
Box 617, Crescent City, Florida,
and file the original with the.
I '"' \ ''' Clerk of the above styled Court'on
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L ," or before November 4, 1987;
otherwise a Judgment may be.
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," ., / entered against you for the relief -.
dfjBMded in the '
,i. Complaimeseal .
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27, 1967
!, .> George M Moody ,
Clerk Circuit Court,
Flagler County, Ftartda.
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(SEAL)
Janloe! Murray
,1 Deputy Clerk

ad ,> dot 5, 12. 19, 2., 4N.

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Korea and World War
: II. Improved

flying tactics and new

';. electronic countermeasurws

have resulted in fewer le.ees,
:" ; '\ j ; the spokesman said.

@ Southern.Bell

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overseas sw
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fit) the United States exeeattad2tfMX

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GOLF ASSN. RESULTSThe
best score on number
1 went to Dot Read after a
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1 three way tie with Val Brooks
s
I LI and Dot Elliott that ended In
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a draw. The low putt was LL
IJ won by Dot Elliott. At last :

LOCALS :! Tuesday's meeting of the ,' : : _
Association, It was announcedthat
due to the resignationof
Millie Rockett, that Terry ,
Rev. Oliver Taylor, First HARRIS DUNSON Weeks was elected as secretarytreasurer. J
Methodist Church, Bunnell. .
tended the Florida Methodist ENGAGEMENTANNOUNCED
r.
Conference Pastors School, PAT NIESEN GETS
Leesburg, last week. ,AIR FORCE COMMISSIONPat
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Dun NIesen, daughter of Mr. a vf <

Mrs. William Fryman and son, Flagler Beach, have an- and Mrs. Clarence ,H. Niesen, d
Mrs. Riley Rodgers, visited nounced the engagement of resigned her posltdnon with
the Fryman's' son, Andy in their daughter, Judy Ann, to the Florida State Public i P at' <
Gainesville Wed n e s day. Fred Harris, Bunnell. Health Department to enter sO JZ 4c
Guests of the Frymans Satur Miss Dumon Is a native of the U. S. Air Force Nurse o .. }
day were William's parents, Corps. She was commissioned

the H. Q. Frymans, Holly Hill. ...:-... '. ...f..Ij" attend a First Lieutenant officers and training will

Flynn and Rabeth Edmonson school for a six weeks course.
spent last weekend in Pat. will receive her mas-
Bunnell visiting with the ter's degree and have her r
Odell Herseys and the P. A. choice of any college In her
Edmonsons.At H last year of serVice: She left
Oct. 7 by plane for the U. S.
the football game In Lackland Air Force Base, San
Gainesville last Saturday were Antonio, Texas where she will
Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, aa. be stationed.Pat .
Bunnell, their daughter, Mrs: ,was a graduate of
Ida Prevatt, Seville, Sam Bunnell High School, class' of
Broadaway Harold Hlggln- 1961.
botham, Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Brown, Dr. John M. Canakaris 50th ANNIVERSARY DINNER
Lou Wadsworth, Jimmy FOR MR AND MRS. :MISS JUNE GAYLE ELDERMr.

Hargett, Marvin Strickland, HENRY SALYERDSMr. and Mrs. R. H. Elder of of Georgia. She is employedby
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Perryman Watkinsville, Ga., announce The Citizens and Southern
and daughter, Jan and Kay, M and Mrs. Henry Salyerdswere the engagement of their National Bank. Mr. Kahlert is
A. M. McDaniel M. B. Mc- honored Sunday by
'
of Gordon Military
June to
daughter, Gayle, a graduate
Daniel and their children with Surprise
Butch a
son McDan
Thomas Anthony Kahlert, son College and is a student in
iel. 50th Wedding Anniversary
Flagler County and a 1966 of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony W. Business Administration at
Dinner. The dinner was
graduate of Bunnell High Kahlert of Bunnell. Miss Elder the University of Georgia. The
Mrs. A. B. Johnson and given at the home of Mr. and
School and Florida Technical Is a graduate of Oconee wedding will take place at
Mrs. Nell Allen, Bunnell were Mrs. Thomas Salyerds of St.
College, Jacksonville. She is County High School. She attended the Watkinsville Christian
in Brunswick this week visit. Johns Park. Others attendingwere
presently employed at United the Woman's Collegeof Church on December 23 at
ing with Mrs. Allen's sisters. Mr. and Mrs. John Hard
States Finance in Jackson.. Georgia and the University eight in the evening.
in of Bunnell, Mr. and Mrs.
Butch McDaniel who is with ville.Mr. James Salyerds and familyof
Harris is the son of Mrs.
the Airforce in Texas is homeon Holly Hill, and Sharon'
Coy G. Harris;,Sr., Bunnell and SYMPtiONETIEDIRECTOR invited to call Mulder or Van
leave. He is the son of Mr. Salyerds.
,
th late Coy G. Harrris. porn Brederode. Several musiciansfrom
and Bunnell.Mrs.' .. Martin McDaniel. in Bonifay, Florida, he moved Highlighting the dinner was !the' Bunnell area have
here, In 1959 and is a 1966 an anniversary cake and performed with the Sympho
graduate of Bunnell High home-made Ice cream. The RETURNSThe nette.
Mrs. Walter Morris will be couple were presented a gold.
School. He is employed In St., Augustine Sympho- About three concerts are
hostess to a linen shower and Jacksonville.The trimmed wall clock, with an nette had its first rehearsalof planned for this season and
luncheon, honoring June El. attached plaque noting the ,
wedding is planned tor the fall at 7:30: p. m Tuesday each will appeal ,to
der, Athens, Ga., bride electof occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Sal and long-time sympho- everyone,
7:00 p. m. December 29 at St. featuring everything from
Tommy Kahlert, Saturdayat yerds were married at the
nette members welcomed
Stephens Catholic Church classical music
lights to
the Morris home, 500 North Bunnell. home of Judge W. L. Bartlett.In back .a familiar factto the ular tunes. The first concert pop
Chapel St., Bui nell. Bunnell October 13, 1917.
director's .
Friends of the couple are In position.J. will be presented either November
vited. 18 or December 2.
A. Van Brederode
Ed and Hazel Dillen, War sym
wick, Rhode Island are expected LINGERIE SHOWER FOR phonette founder, returned to For the present, the sym-
to arrive this weekendto direct the group after an ab- phonette will be compiling a
visit Hazel's mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Adair Park MISS PEGGY MISSINNEA sence of several years. Van patron list. Within the week,

Daisy Buckles, Bunnell. and children "Chip" and Ta- Lingerie Shower was given Brederode, an accomplished Mulder says, he will be send
mar Dawn of Chattanooga, for Miss Peggy Mlssdnnee musician, is familiar to many ing out letters, inviting per
Mr. and Mrs. Averley Tenn., spent last week with at Ithe home of Helen Marie music enthusiasts of this sons to ''become patrons of the

Brown, Bunnell, received a Mrs. Park's father, Clyde Kozlowski Saturday. The area. At' present, he is servingas St. Augustine Symphonette.RED .
post card from their son Jim Lewis, Bunnell. guests attending, were Joan band director at Hastings
who Is with the airforce in Wilson, Barbara Wilson, Gin. High School. LITERATURE BANNED
the Philllplnes. Jim who Is George Moody Sr., Flagler ger Newell, Brenda Townsend, Practice starts promptly at Postmaster General Law
with the First Mobile Communications Beach, Mrs. M. B. Fuller and Cindy Durrance, Faith Wilson 7:30 p. m., Tuesdays, accord- rence F. O'Brien has an. \
division had just Mrs. Leona Knight, Bunnell, Lisa Knight, Kathy ing to Stan Mulder' business nounced that a Red China-
made a trip to Bangkok, were in< Orlando Saturday Bourne, Anne Bourne, Sandy manager, 'and 'rehearsal will published newsletter advocat
Thailand.Mrs. where they attended the fun Abbott, Kay Perryman, Jeamle end at 9:00. Practices will be ing Negro hate of whites and
eral of J. T. Dent, Moody's Higginbotham, Susan Hlggln- conducted weekly at the urging big city violence has

Bess Estes, Flagler nephew.Mrs. botham, Johnny Ruth Miller, Orange' Street band room, ac- been banned from the U. S.
Beach was the hostess to the Marcia Johnston, Gence Min cording (Ito Mulder. mails. The newsletter is believed .
Finesse Bridge Club, at her Ora Miller, Daytona chew, Molly Mlsslnne, Mrs. Persons interested in join- to be published in
home Wednesday night. Beach was a visitor with the Ruby Durrance and Mrs. De- ing the symphonette .are ask- Communist China.
M. B. Fullers Monday.Mrs. lores Kozlowski, Mrs. Marietta ed to report for Tuesday
Charles and June Dodgen, Mlsslnne. nights rehearsal. Those de- Basswood is sold under the
Bunnell had as guests last Leona Knight Mrs. Z. Bride bingo was played and spring( further Information' are name of whitewood
week Leroy and Mary Griffis G. Holland Jr. and Mrs. H. T. refreshments served.BUNNELL .

and son James, Jacksonville, Cook, St. Augustine are in
and Ben and Ronnie Maplesand Clearwater, attending the HALIFAX
daughters, Liz, Patty and United Daughters of the Con- GENERAL

Anna, Knoxville, Tenn. The federacy convention.The HOSPITAL NOTES
Cleaners
&
Maples are former residentsof Dry LaundryPhone
Flagler County. men of the Bunnell ADMITTED: Rosalie Cameron .
Volunteer Fire Departmentand Maebelle Cruse, Wilda 253.8174-2554357

Glenn and Jean Schnuck, their wives are planninga Johnson Jimmy CL Cruse, Will Pick-up Flagler Beach, Monday-
St. Louis, Mo. are visiting dinner at a local :restauranton Sandra Harper, Carol Town-
Jean's parents, Tony and Mildred October 13. All Volunteer send, Clarence Shultz, all of Bunnell Tuesday-Deliver Back Friday
Kahlert, Bunnell.O. Firemen are invited to attend. Bunnell; Katheryn Bowen, Beat Quality Work-Best Shirts in Town!
Anna Raymond, Cecil Thacker -
301 RIDGEWOOD
:-: HOLLY HILL
Mr. and Mrs. David Lewisof and Lotus Kendall of Flag.
F. ALFORD Bunnell, announce the ler Beach, Annie Davis of Or. Call Bob Barber-255-4357

Registered birth of an 8 pound 11 ounce mond Beach.DISMISSED.
baby girl born last Sunday at : Don Anderson,
Real Estate Broker West Volusla Hospital, De. Ruth Leard, Edith Bembry, T.
land. The baby girl Is the K. McKnight, Harris fliers,
BuxuulL Florida granddaughter of Clyde Gladys Pierce, Odell Hersey,
Ad...... Lewis. John Perritt, Margie Stuckey, after you see

- - Nagl Abraham, Anthony Will-
lams, Janie LeCour, Keene ; your doctor. .
Gurnee George Hudson and
Flagler Insurance
County infant son, Warren Williams, bring yourprescription
Charlotte Lutten, Richard
Duke, and Shirley Thomas. to
Agency Inc.
,
Mrs. Mardell Southerlandand

Ail Forms of Insurance children of Vero Beach
visited with her mother, Mrs.

.. 166 North Bay Street .:- Phone 437-3171 Neva Eisenbach of Bunnell.

Bunnell Florida \ f --=+ Professional BUt.r .
32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY Mrs. C W. Arnold of Jacksonville
was guest of Louie
BONDS and Louis, Manos of Flagler
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VALUE and Monday,

SUPER MARKET October 12, 13,14

STAMPS and 16, 1967
103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201


Florida Grade "A"




, t.llr: ..-' _c_' 1, iia.::; .. STEWINGCopeland HENS Lb.29

ASC COUNTY feed grain program, and the
upland cotton diversion pro.
COMMITTEE '
gram. : ,
The ASC county office at

NAMED Shown are Flagler County the Hastings county is headquarters committee! and for NICS c

farmers A. B. Johnston and serves as the farmer's local P1 Lb. 39
W. W. Deen who were recent. contact for business connect, : :
ly elected ASCS Committee ed with participation In the .. ,. ,
members. Not pictured Is R. programs administered by the J \ '
W. Deen, Jr. also elected. committee. These programs Tender Select "
Johnston was elected for a encourage conservation and
one year term; W. W. ,Deen increase farm' returns by
three years and R. W. Deen means of price support and
two years. market suply-management, BEEF LIVER 49
Alternates elected were: as well as ,by payments.the .
W. M. Kinney and R. W. Cody,
Jr. The 1967 election was held car, Just before beginlng
to hunt. Unload it before getting .
by mall balloting September Armour StarCHUCK .
'
18.22. back in the car.
County Office manager B. 2.Keep the safety catchon
E. White points out that the as you walk, slip it off as
ASC county farm-committee you raise the gun to your STEAK Lb. 59 :
Is In charge of local administration shoulder.
of such national farm 3. Walk with the barrel
programs as the Agricultural pointing Into the air or away
Conservation Program, the from hunting companions:
,
4. When crossing fences or
Lean a Lean DeliciousSPARE .
other obstructions set the gun Meaty "
Teach Young safely aside where it won't
Lb. Lb.
slip or be nudged, pick it up RIBS Sge PORK STEAK 5ge
Hunters Gun by the stock once safely over. ,
5. Quit when you're tired.A Tender Delicious U. S. Choice :
Safety FirstThe hunt dragged out beyondthe
point where your reflexesare Lb. ROUND Lb.
hunting season gets good is usualy no fun andIs CUBE STEAK 95e STEAK 9ge
underway soon, and many .
certainly dangerous.Dr.
youngsters will be going out Brooks suggested fathers Pure Pork (Homemade) Pan World's Best
with their parents, some for
the first time, to learn howto start their sons and Lbs. Ground Lbs.
handle a gun. Dr. Brooksof learn daughters, with handling BB guns, then to SAUSAGE Z 9ge BEEF Z 9ge
the Flagler Health DepartmenVioday gun
suggested list graduate them' to single-shot .
'.22 caliber rlflles'or .410 shot'. .
of fundamentals in gun Florida Grade "A"'
guns. "The simpler' the mechanism
handling for them to remem
ber. Others already introduced recoil, the and easier the It lower is for the a
to the sport would do well $
boy or girl to learn funda' SMALL EGGS 4 Doz. $100
to review them, he said, to be mentals.An .
sure they haven't developed automatic or semi. automatic .
dangerous habits.
gun with a big recoil
'The first commandment may scare them into mis Limit ((4)) Dozen PleaseU.
\ In using' firearms is never
takes. Starting them off slow '
S. No. 1 Irish
point them-loaded or un.
ly and surely will assure en
loaded-at something you joyment In hunting. '
don't intend to shoot In so
many cases, a grief-stricken POTATOES l 10 Lb. 39Limit
companion begins his ,expla. X.RAY DANGER .
Bag
nation of a shooting accidentby Karl Z. Morgan, director of ,
saying 'he didn't know the the Oak Ridge National Lab.
gun was loaded. It's too late oratory's Health Physics DI. (1)) with purchase of $5.00 or more food .order
then to say he's sorry he madea vision testified before the
Shurfine (All-Grind
) .
mistake. Dr. Brooks also Senate Commerce Committee
advised hunters to be sure hearings that between 3,000
the movement they want to and 30,000 deaths fi't '
a year resulted : I Lb.
fire at is actually the animal from radiation damage COFFEE 39

they another are hunter after, silently not a dog stalking or from posure.diagnostic medical ex Tin


Other game.important points list- Cucumbers have been made Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order

ted were: into pickles since about 2,000 Henny Pen (Tall Can)
1. Load your gun outside B.C.

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it will be closed all day on Thursdaysuntil Limit (12) Cans Please "-" *'
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TRY OUR NEW SPECIALS Cat Life Tall' Shurfine (303 Can) FRUIT

Wednesdays -Southern fried chicken dinner CAT FOOD :lZ CDS. $00 COCKTAIl $00
served family style with hot biscuits 4
(Limit (12) Please
and gravy. 1

Fridays-Boiled or Fried Shrimp Dinners.. Showboat (300 Can) Campbell's TOMATO
Dinners are served from 5 p. m. til closing PORK Cns. I
--- AND BEANS 8 $100 SOUP 8 Cns. a*00 .


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ON T1MECERTIFICATES. .
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501
Asst. Flavor
Kraft (Fresh) ORANGE

3 Lbs. 3ge ICE MILK, JUICE :

VOLUSIA MINIMUM SI.G88-90 DAYS Fresh Gre nCABBAGE Vs Gal.............. 79r <*....................... 27*
0X1 NmBANK RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY
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NATIONAL 8 e

Ph. 677-8217 175 W. CkaaadaOrmood Tender Yellow Master Chef FRENCH PHlfcwy CANNED

Beach. Florida SQUASH, FRIES,
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Too Late CHURCH SUPERVISORSOCTOBER 12th


To Classify NEWSFIRST The Flagler Soil & Water
ws- I Conservation District will holdan
BY Russell Kay election on Thursday Oct.

12; 1967 to elect 3 supervisorsto

METHODIST 4 year terms.Nominees .
.4.4f BUNNELL for ithe three of-
I wrote a
Ifg A few weeks ago
column about our dog Schot- Itev. Oliver Taylor. Pastor flees are: R. W. Cody Jr., R. W.

zle, the dachshund who thinkshe Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. Deen. Jr., W. W. Deen CliffordG.
is "people." Well that silly Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. Higginbotham and A. B.

column has gotten me in a Methodist Youth Fellowship Johnston.R. .

peck of trouble.It 6:30: p. m. W. Deen, Jr., W. W. Deen
2 Blocks East of HighwayNo. and A. B. Johnston are incum-
seems our cat Bubbles 1, Lambert Street. bent supervisors whose terms
found out about it and he are expiring. They are seeking
has been'sulklng around ever ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL re-election.

since. In his book. Schotzle The RftT. Robert Stuart Polling places for the elec-

is a "Nothing" as far as dogs Priest in Charge tion will be set up as follows:
f
go. He contends he can lick
Courthouse CommissionersRoom
,
the little under-slung so-and- Church School 10:00 a.m.
Bunnell.
so with one paw tied behind Sunday.
him and claims that If a no- Morning Worship 11:15: a.m. Water Oak Station, Bimini.
account brat of a dog like Communion first Sunday of Haw Creek Station, Haw

that rates a column he oughtto each month. Creek.
he worthy of a book. Thrre miles east of Bunnellon Flagler Fish Camp, St. ,

THE SdlOOLOTTE Fash 100. Johns Park.A. .
TEEN FAVORITE -- Dancing Highway
You Bubbles Is ordinary i.
see, no B. Johnston Chairman of
ioned for school
acceptability, dots dark colored cot
polka on
cat. He is a long, lean, Board of Supervisors urges all
the divided skirt with
dress deep ton add flair to the skimmer. BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST
orange yellow alley cat, who eligible voters to cast a ballotin
inverted front pleat looks like a accented
The elongated torso,
came up the hard way. His Charles D. Anders Pastor the election. An
modified tent style. In a green by its own hip belt, swings into eligible
cotton print, it's trimly accented a flouncy skirt. White tick rack early life began In an alley Sunday: 9:45'a.m.. Sunday voter is a person who is a
with,white collar and cuffs. By adds dainty detail, to the Peter where he learned to hold his School. freeholder within; the district
Ingenue.1 Pan collar and Buffed sleeves. own with professional rat 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship and who is an otherwise
catchers death and
By Darling Debs. was 7:00 p.nu Training Union. qualified elector.
destruction to rate, mice, lizards
8:00 Evening Worship.
birds, and hop-toads. He p.m. Florida
Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer Presbyterian Collegein
still gives such varmits a hard Service. St. Petersburg was ithe first

time in spite of a belly full Nursery, all services. in the nation to offer indepen-

HIGHWAY{ HIGHLIGHTS{ of synthetic cat food that he 2 Blocks East of stoplight, dent study to every student to
had learned' to eat after Moody Boulevard. meet the educational needs of
listening to the commercials today's college student.
C AgST-T -CAAST PRIVIH&/ J t' ._ ; '6n"radio and television, b the BUNNELL
WITHOUT A TRAFFIC LIGHT OK STOP&1&H still contends \that the vie1-
Wit BS POSSIBLE WHEHTH5 tuals you chase and catch PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS

4t,000-AVLE INTERSTATE yourself are far superior to Rev. John Lingold. Pastor
UKMWAV" SYSTEM IS COMPLETED anything the Quaker Oats or Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Why
ufl# Purina people ever developed.He .
Worship Service 11:00 a. m.
: Life Liners Service, 6:30p. : The
has than
I more dignity a m.
prime minister, and he can
Evening Evangelistic Service
wither you with a glance If Christian
7:30: p. m.
the occasion demands. Whilehe
'-,
Deen Road.
tolerates us he is as. independent Science i

as a hog on ice, "
A THE METHODIST CHURCH
and when you call him he
tfm SUPERHIGHWAYS u comes galloping until he is Flagler Beach Monitorrecoinnneilds

WILL LINK 9O PER CENT OF ::: L f z about 10 feet from the door Reynold Nelson Hoover.
WE NATIONS MAJOR CITIES. then he sits down and proceeds Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
ALREADY ALMOST 60 PER r to bathe and preen un Morning Worship 11 a, m.
CENT qF]xlETDTAL M/LF46E '."=
; til you slam the door in dis Choir Rehearsal Wed., 6:45:

TNEREMA/Nlluti f0 PEIZ gust. Then he starts to meow p.m.Meri's rendyour
CE/f l5 INPRO6P. 5S. .' i = and scratch until you have to CluH meets the'tflrst'' you I
i.. open It for him In self de. Monday of each month at
fense. He enters the house 730 p. m.Woman's. localnewspaper

like a maharajah, his tail Society of Chris-
i ti aloft and ,twitching as if to tion Service the 2nd Thursday .
Kl&HWAV t USERS ARC say "Nobody pushes me 9:30 a. m.
1 PAY/Nt WE ENTIRELY around." South Daytona Avenue.
I COST OF THE Your local newspaper Is a wide-range
i PROJECT;NOW If Mr. Dog happens to be FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH newspaper with many features. Its .
t t C II' ESTIMATED Ar around he slaps him to sleep emphasis Is on local news. It also
I Flagler Beach reports the major national and Inter.
+ i N 4d4yB/LLI0N,57ATi. = and proceeds to the kitchen
WD FEDERAL where he demands the attention Max Hall. Pastor national news.
GASOLINE TAXES, he deserves. If his din THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS YOUR
Sunday School 9:45.
WHICH NOWAVERAGE : : LOCAL PAPER
10W PER' ner Is no( properly served he Morning Worship: 11:00.: We specialize In analyzing and Interpreting .

I i I Il!'rl GALLON ARE THE will stomp around, yowling Evening Worship: 7:30.: the important national and
J i I f 11j, ", MAJOR SOURCE Until you provide the ultimate Wednesday Prayer Meeting: International news. Our intention Is
III OFKEVENUE. in service. He will sniffat : to bring the news Into sharper focus.
l 1 ''III'I the food you have pre. 7:30.On the corner of Third and The Monitor has a world-wide staff of
I If pared, twitch his tail and pre. Central. correspondents-some of them rank
tend he is not Interested. among the world's finest And theMonitor's
incisive, provocative editorials !
While he gleefully ignoresyou CATHOLIC CHURCHESRev. are followed Just as closely
and rebuffs Fr. Anthony Leon. Pastor by the men on Capitol Hill as they
'advance '
every are by the Intelligent, concerned
BUNNELL
CUSTOM KITCHENSFREE he can't stand your ST. MARY'S KORONA adult on Main Street

ignoring him. Act like youdon't Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m. WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE MONITOR)
ESTIMATES see him or know he is You
probably know the Monitor's professional
Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed.,
there and he will jump up reputation as one of thltworld's
CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN and
CABINETS Friday at 8:30 a.m.
! on your lap, purr like mad, finest newspapers. Try the
i BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES and start kneading bread like FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL Monitor; see how it will take you

a country baker. Try to pet Weekday Masses: Tuesday, above the average newspaper reader.
Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods Just fill out the coupon below.
him and he will scratch or Thursday, and Saturday at
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FURNITURE REFINISHING bite you Just to show whorls 8:30: a. m. The Christian Science Monitor

Now Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, boss.I ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL One Norway Street
Mass Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 02115
Sunday : 10:30 a.m.
50 Mile Radius used to be able to reason
Pleats start my MonJtor subscription for
with him until LBJ advanced tile period checked below. I enclose
Call Collect 437-3513 his rat extermination cam. COMMUNITY MEMORIAL 9 (U.S.funds).
paign and asked Congress to CHURCH Bi YEAR$24 Q I months m

-- ---- ----- .-.- -- Appropriate millions to rid\ the Flagler Beach. .monBis ts .
slums of rats. If you ever saw Name
Rev. R. W. Dickert. Pastor
an indignant cat, Bubbles was
ISAVE-BY-MAlq It. He promptly organized the Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Street

neighborhood and had a Worship Service. 11 a. m. GitJ
thousand cats ready to marchon Communion every first Sun. B
state Cede
Washington in protest. day of each quarter. ---- _
EARN S. "What is he trying to do," Daytona Avenue, South of --------...

ABOVE AVERAGE Bubbles said, "Wreck the School.
economy and put a million
RETURNSWe cats out of work?" "He wants

the taxpayers to pay $10 a
head for rats and we can do THE BEAUTIFUL and PROGRESSIVE
Pay Postage Both Ways the Job for one tenth of that

0..of ft......,r tIttrI,....m4 Urn AIM*...**II t......... chance.if he will" Just give us the ROBERT L. HANNAH
But unfortunately
D cats can't vote and so unless FUNERAL HOMES
Congress continue to hold
the line and refuse such a Ds icele4 to dto Hy. Mtrtoe and economyif Lowest lINt

Mdp ridiculous approbation, it ap far in the entire area on any service of year ......
pears cats are out of luck.
We invite your comparison. Serving all.....
: All right Bubbles you haw
zao s.h had equal tin*. I hope ye. U. S. 1-HOLLY MILL DAYTONA MUCK

MCM OWICt "H..,/IM/y HtIT US. #1.s *(*?, are satisfied but I know CALL WX Mil TOLL FMCGTHE :

you won't be, you're a cat ....... -
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7-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TOURS. OCTOBER 12 1967
RECIPE
FOR"POSSUM . News ForVeterans I

AND Social Security \ II

TATERS"It's
NEWSQ.
not the, sort of thing Gi;t eji/lJr!! / : LofeofAir
that comes through the mall GI BILL TRAININGM. ; ; ..,
every day, but when the FlorIda J' I have not been in
State Parks office In Tall. the hospital since I have been T. Dixon, of the Florida
ahassee received a request eligible for Medicare, but I Dept. of Veterans Affairs,
for a recipe for dressing and have had numerous doctor stated that more than one-
cooking "possum," it rose to bills. Can I file a claim for half million veterans entered
the occasion. reimbursement for my doctor training during the first year
bills? of the educational program
Roy L. Pepperburg of Winter under the 1966 GI Bill.
Park made the request and A. Yes. You do not have to
recleved the following recipefor be in the hospital for your Dixon predicted an even
"possum and taters" by medical bills to be coveredby more successful program dur
return mail: Medicare.Q. Ing the !fiscal year 1968 with
well over 600,000 veterans ex-
"After the possum Is caughtnot Do, you have to pay a pected to enter college and ..
( In a state park, of course) $40, deductible each time you universities throughout the
place in pen and feed well fora enter the hospital? country.The .
week two. Then kill and '
dress the or possum as you A. No, if you return within peak enrollment month \! fl'Wt.
60 days from date of dis
fiscal 1967 323,000 t
would a pig. Parboil in salt during saw ,
water with a pod or two of charge.Q. students on campus, but that
red pepper for seasoning. Remove My husband and I sep figure Is certain to be exceeded
from broth before it becomes arated several years ago but during the coming year.

tender. Place In baking we never divorced. I have The average GI Bill student +
dish and roast at 325 degrees never worked under social during fiscal year 1967 was
until tender but not too security and lam age 62. CanI 28 years old, and 45 percent
brown. Prepare sweet potatoes file a claim to receive: social of the students had one or
"
by 'boiling in the jackets security benefits as a wife on more dependents. 66 percentof
until done but still firm. Re. by husband's number? the veterans entered courses -
move skins, cut in quarters,
at the college level, com
A. Yes, you can because you
and around the
place possumin pared to about 3U percent durIng L : ,
still legally his wife. But
are .
dish. When the
the
baking ....
will receive wife's bene World War II GI Bill pro- _.t..
you
possum is tender, well 'brown
ed, and the potatoes are fits only if your husband has gram, and 50 percent duringthe A martian?Moon explorer? Would you guess he is a mountain
brown, remove to a hot plat already signed up either for Korean GI Bill program. climber with hoyfever? Close, but not close enough.He 1* simply
ter and serve. disability or regular social security a man who must work In highly contaminated atmosphere,right
benefits. If you don't receive widow's benefits at here on earth, and, therefore, sensibly packs his own portable
Parks personnel offered this know whether he has ever 60 If haven't remar filtering unit. The self-powered system, operated by light.
addendum, "Don't forget to signed up, I suggest you con- age ried before you then. Disability weight rechargeable nickel-cadmium: batteries,remote all dusty
at least few bones for social invoke and and cools the &..
spare a tact your security office payments can only be paid In pollen vapors even incoming <
those hounds (that helped to and file a claim. We will then this Developed by Rite Hardware Manufacturing Co., of Glendale,
case on own number
tree the possum." be able to tell you whether and would your not qualify California, the pound unit delivers tip to eight cubic feet,of
you are eligible at this time.Q. because you yourself have hit per minute to the helmet and will operate for more than three. 't
you tours before the nickel-cadmium: batteries need recharging. ,
President Calvin Coolidgewas My husband passed never worked under social se ;
away several years ago and I curity. ;
born in the rear of his ,
father's Plymout, Vt. store collected a lump-sum death -, .. .
----
payment from his social security
at that time I am now
57 and, because I am disable
ed, have never worked under -...., .... \"
social security myself. Can I
HASTINGS MATTRESS ;
draw money as his widow
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS now? .. '"What is it
710-12 Lemon St. I '
A. I'm sorry no. You can '
Palatka, Florida I
Phone EA 5-9166 a that husbands, dishes, '."
,
Furniture, Upholtering WE MAKE .. '
"
Repaired $. ef1n1Jhed OUR OWN PAINT, .. .:. .',..,n'.. clothes and kids .... .':,
Mattresses & Box Springs Direct Save Why "',- "
.
Buy .
all have in ?
Made to Order, Also Renovated Pay More ', ,-{ / ," ... : common .. '

Call Laura Morris 437.3233 GALLONS .,

After 6:00 P. M. 3 LATEX $5 ,"

PRICES REASONABLE interlor-Eiterlor I i ,I

BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED 4118 Gallons S 98 .' : '. ;' .
Just as' near as your It, Outside White ;;JI ( ; ri -'1''I '

Phone or Post Office OIL BASE FOR WOOD \" :,.!,'\\f...,.,. .,
Drop Us a Card or Call Yeomans Nationwide '

Free Pick-up & Delivery Paint Factory jr. .. '!t '
438 So. V. S. 1-Hand AT*. -.,\ !
Ormond Beach 0 to St30 .
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SUNDAY OCTOBER 15 1:30P.M.. ( ..,' \ .
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4 MILES WEST OF FLAGLER BEACH That's right They get dirty.And when they do there's Just no point In tryingto

1 MILE WEST OF INTERSTATE 95 get them properly clean In lukewarm water. (Or cold I)

I Ever try luke-warm.. water? It won't do the job.And half-clean Is no fun ,

ON ROUTE 100 -...whether husband,dishes,clothes,dogs or kids.

-" And the problem solver Is a "quick-recovery"
F IVIELESS ELECTRIC WATER HEATER.The keyword Is electric. '
I
FREE HAMSTOYS Toda/s electric water heater Is a technical achievement from the industrythat's ,

-- determined to make your life a lot'more livable*

TOOLS, 'Usten to these new FLAMELESS ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS: :
:!, "S, Whisper-quiet Silent Look for them:tough to find because they tuck

MISC. ITEMS ETC. / )j into cteeets,under sinks, inside cabinets In secret alcoves
....you name it Worry about them:why bother? They're worry-free.

You Name It-We Have It! No flames. No chimneys. No flues. No mess No ventilation problems.The '
result Is precious peace of mind.

'Se when you're in the market for lots of hot water...flit..your electric t.

GEORGIA BOY'SAUCTION .. \ appfrnoe dealer, plumbing or electrical contractor Is ready+ &Ksip. .

," -Stop ty.Hetfr... sea what he has Could save you lots of problems...money,too i
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:aE:: :rLAGLza TRIBUNE THURS.. OCTOBER 12 1967


Y, ,g a D Would YouBELIEVE I i :::


'b y a a>a

I It Happened In Flagler

County 20 30. 40 years ago I

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TEN YEARS AGO-1957
,
\ The Bunnell City Commls
sion voted to Increase occupa.

tional license price from $10 s d 8 >
> to $20 a year in most In.
stances. In other cases the tax
will be more. Also Increasedwas

I ."'. the water minimum from
4,000 gallons to 3,000 gallonsat
a charge of $3.00 per month.A .
garbage tax of $2 for a bus

4 iness and $1 for residences.
(C.:.)
Flagler County Sheriff P. county. ,
\ TWENTY YEARS AGO-1947 A. (Zip) Edmonson shown In. The two stills, one 600 gal.
specting one of the moonIons and one 279 gallons were
Those from Flagler County shine stills raided recently In located within 600 feet of each
attending the SoutheasternShrlner's the northern section of the other.
HaL : convention In Miami ,
were T. E. Holden, George' /
\ Wickline, F. J. Chambers, L.
H. Drady, J. C. Rice, W. C. Weekly Sermon' SENIOR CITIZENS

Sullivan and G. L. Biddle. ELECT OFFICERSElected
.
,
eIro .y (.:-)
Duncan U. Fletcher High Rev. Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor to guide the Flag.
cNEW football squad of Jacksonville ler Senior Citizens Club 'as it
dogs 24.0. Several injuries to ice to senior citizens of Flag.
.
.. the Bulldogs forced some' of ler County, are the following:
; LOOK: IN the players to leave the field. ETERNAL LIFE Chairman, Mrs. Mildred Sax-
t THE OLD WEST Taken off the field were Cliff geant; Vice-Chairman, Mrs.
f e, ? Karol Kelly. Florida's most Sheffield.Jimmie Teters, Stanley Marjorie Gage; Secretary,
ytR 4; photographed model, ,recently Deen, Louis Trad and The human heart gropes for Mrs.. Lois Stanton; Treasurer,
life Into the meaning of life. Life upon the Hal Jordan Miss
helped put new Tommy Durrance. The Bull. ; Registrar,
Old West by serving as Assistant dogS played a ,good game earth has varied spans, and Elsie Sheriff; Chairman,
the Individuals do not havea
Marshall At Pioneer compared to ,the size of the Nominating Committee, Mrs.
balance each with the oth
In Ft. Lauderdale: It's no will
Cilty Fletcher team.; Ruby Clary. They assume
wonder that all the 'outlawsw er. For some, life Is long, and office next Tuesday evening,

> allowed themselves be'arrest James L. 'Taylor of Sea Island for others, life is short. The Oct. 17, when the Club meets
of life in to
ed. Ga. purchased the John quality regard for Its regular 6 o'clock pot.lu'ck .
families and
problems, economics
Dupont Estate, 12 miles northof These factors supper In CommunityHall
, vary. at the Flagler Beach
Flagler Bcaeh for $51,975.
within
SIGNAL LIGHTS TO M-16 RIFLE IMPROVED Taylor planned the construct. the cause human a restlessness heart. Municipal Buldlng.

CHANGE LANES General Wallace M. Greene, tlon of,a $150,000 ocean court Retiring officers are: Lynn
to'be known "The Rocks". There Is not scientific proof
Commandant as chairman I
Marine ,
Corps Clary, who served
NOW' PROHIBITEDThe said the Marine Corps Is actIng (.:.) for eternal life. However, God two terms; Gilbert KrIer, vice
to correct excessive Jam. who created man' has put chairman and Martin Fuell
;
use of tutn signal THIRTY YEARS AGO-1937.
of hun
within the soul
man a
of M.16 rifle. The
when changing lanesor ming the \ ing, treasurer. Mrs. Stanton
lights is lightweight, rapid:.lire wea Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson ger and a passion for some and Miss Sheriff were reelected -
in passing, now prohibit.
buffer celebrated their fifth thing more than we know .
will thirty. The
'pon use a new office of chairman
ed passed as a In result 1967 of the legislation'Florida mechanism and the powder wedding anniversary at a re upon earth It Is through an of the nominating committee .

Patrol reminded used in cartridges will be ception at their home, Bon understanding' ofhe Holy was vacant last year
motorists Highway changed. Terra Estates, given by their Scriptures and the faith found E. H. Threadgill, a member of
today.
within the church that we
danghter, Miss Lillo Johnson. the nominating committee,
Colonel H.. N. Kirkman, Rep. Claude Pepper recently, (.:.) have a consolation for this spoke for the committee ,at

I veteran patrol chief and director stated that by 1970 Florida Joy Deen ad Clare Biddle, need. the election meeting' last week
of the Department of will have the largest percentage \ enrolled in Southern College, In understanding God's love which was attended y' 54 ,
S Public Safety, said, "Even of people over 65 of any were selected for membershipin we have an understanding of members.
though you are not required state In the nation. The percentage the college band. Joy Deen His desire for our eternal re
to signal, it Is still your responsibility is now 12.5 which Is played the tuba and Clare lationship with him. God sent TRAINS VS. MR. ZIP
: before starting to surpassed only by Iowa. Biddle, the trumpet His Son that we may lIve. Despite the efforts of congressmen .
pass to make certain that It The freshman class at Bun. John said it this way to the and postal workers,
f Is safe to do so." nal to other vehicles ap nell High School had a swim early church and to us. "I the railroad mail-sorting car
The 1967 Legislature proaching from the rear. Four party and picnic supper at write this to you who believein is losing out to (the Zip Code.
4 repealed flashers be used to Flagler Beach. Lee Armstrong, the name of the Son of Most first-class mail movingeast
:'a law which requireda way may
indicate a vehicle is lawfully teacher and class sponsor ac God, that you may know that or west among major
signal before passIng' another disabled the companied the group composed you have eternal life" I John cities now travel In bulk shipping '
stopped or
and when upon
car changing of ;Marie, Wayne and Peg. 5:13.: by air. ,
I'
highway.
lanes. Another section of law
gy Duttenhaver, Frank and
which remains on the books "Before you pass or change Mary Stefllk, J. D. Toler, Vera ..
prohibits a flashing light signal lanes," concluded Kirkman, McCraney, Mardell Eisenbach, .
except. for a right or left "be sure you check your mirrors Karlene Tidwell, Ruth Clegg,
turn. 0 and the lane beside you Marvin'Tucker, Howard Hunts :
It is also unlawful to flash to be sure the move can be er, Annie Ruth Lee, Harry
a courtesy or "do-pass" slg- made safely. Thomas, Porter Hlgginbotham, NOW' i
t Tom Bell, Bill Burnsed, Mary .
; Tinsley, Sara and Carol Rodgers .

I Martin McDaniel, Irene t
King, Dexter: Knight, V. W. ; "
STUART7Sip( ) McKenzie, Marilyn Yarn, IS THE 'S

l J Shelton Russell Guthrie.Thompson Barber, Patsy and Bertha and' I


(.:.) TIMETO t-

SERVICE FORTY YEARS AGO-1927
1' '
I' The Flagler Beach School
opened with fifty.one pupils,
r, WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS .. largest ,attendance yet regis SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE
1\ tered In 'the little city. The
first year of high school wtes
Serving Flagler; County With added this year. OFCHRIS'TMAS


.AND. C.:.)
BULK BOTTLE Slovak families were begin. '
ning to arrive in Bunnell to CARDS
move to Shell Bluff in the
.northwest corner of Flagler
County where !the Slovak Un AND
GAS
; ion had purchased a numberof LETTERS
thousands of acres of land
'
LOCALLY OPERATED ; which was to be colonized by
t OWNED AND
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the group. The developmentwas
I : BYSTUART, located on Crescent Lake. We have a complete and tasteful selectionof

I BEST (.:.) personalized Christmas Cards and Holiday
The Board of County Commissioners Letterheads, designed for everyone. of

took definite steps Christmas greeting for business
looking to issuing, validating messages
EATMANS.ERVICE firms printed with if
and selling of $150,000 worthof your own message desired.

' bonds for Flagler County's Stop in and look through our 1966 colorful
Rt. 100 East of TOWN !
IN
1 quota in !the construction of albums of greeting cards.
", BUNNELL State Road No. 28, which extends

P. O. Box 634 from Lake City to Bun- THE FLAGLER
. TRIBUNE
Mil, connecting> Flagler with
r Phone 437-303 Bunnell, Florida one of the two main gatewaysinto

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