The Flagler tribune
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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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Flagler Farm ,EDITORIAL Flagler C. of C.


} Bureau Dinner still ,about six months Annual Meeting

, before most local office hold.
en go'before the Clerk of the
; Thurs. Oct. 26
Saturday Night Circuit Court to qualify for ,

re-election. Most of us do not
More than 100 persons are know the exact date of the The Second Annual Dinner

expected to attend the annual coming elections but it is Meeting of the Flagler County act
Flagler Farm Bureau dinner safe to assume that many local Chamber of Commerce will
Saturday night alt 7:30: at the politicians know. be Thursday, October 26 at ..
: Bunnell Civic Center. A bar. Their recent actions have 7:30 p. m.. at Jthe Bunnell Restaurant j

beque dinner to be catered caused us to think of the and Coffee Shop.
will be served to members and Chameleon. a smalL North. John Smolko. Director of ; a

their families and special American llxzard accordingto the Florida Development Commission
guests. Webster has the ability to will be the guest

Entertainment, will be hide from suspected dangerby speaker, and will be introduced
changing his color to more 'by Dr. John M. Canak-
I : provided by Marvin Clegg,
nearly blend into the back. aris, vice president of the '
Minnie Deem, Catherine Harris
and David Steflik who will ground and surroundings. As chamber. Dr. Canakarls said ...
election time approaches if "Smolko will speak on area
present varied musical
a pro oqe pays close attention one wide planning in regards to
gram. They will be compet can detect a sharp increase in the procurement of industryfor
for first winner of
ing place hand-shaking back.a1crpp1ng.baby.ldaa1.ng Flagler County.! Dr. Ca
$25 prize and the opportunityto
and the buddy nakaris also stated we are
participate; In the State buddy routine now being dish fortunate to have the 'bright
Farm Bureau Talent Contest.
ed out from hand man for the Governor"take
every angle by
Mrs. Dick Cody and Don Jordan .
some local office holders and this direct Interest in
are chairmen of the prospective candidates. Flagler County.L. .

contest. Already. persons who will E. Wadsworth, who was h !

Farm Bureau president challenge many officials are reelected president of the lo-
George Clegg will address the starting to feel out the com* cal chamber will preside dur

I group. Lyman Gage will give munity. seeking encourage ing the dinner-meeting., President
the Presentation of Plaques ment and lining up support. Wadsworth will give a
I and the nominations commit. If the rumors heard by us are review of the work and plansof "

tee report i will be submittedby anywhere near correct. the the Flagler Chamber.Mr I

Charlton Wall.AUCTION coming elections will be well Smolko will inform
worth sticking around to see. r
Chamber of Commerec ,tl
Is there enough discontent in
AT members of this +
the county for some challenge program
at Annual Dinner Meet GEORGE MOODY '
LEHIGH DRAWS ers to unseat their opponents? ing. .
We don't know but accord. George Moody, 88, 335 Palm Charles Creal, Clinton Gid.
BIG ATTENDANCE ing to some political observers A state-wide;; program to Circle Flagler Beach pioneer dens, P. A. Edmonson, A. B, I

David Weisz Co., Auction. business on the local help small communities acquire developer of Flagler County Johnston, Otis Hunter, Tom.
eers of Los Angeles and New scene is not as good as it has a larger share of Flor died at 3 a,. m Monday! atm my Duurrance. Honorary pall.

York City 'disposed of'the remaining been and many believe that ida's industrlaj)r growth was Bu nil.. m .J1psp1.la bearers were .Ray!>Jetcer Sen&
personal .property.,- f.. some officials could do more'to -announced",,recently by Gov. jlviter he'''v ainsa?. JJIIfd Lair; ator Verle Pope, Lyman Gage,
'. .the Lehigh Portland Cement bring In 'nntcomeriand' Claude R: Kirk,"Jr.. urday ,afternoon alter suffer. Frank Brede Frank Upchurch,
'plant at Flagler. Beach Tues. industry. Others believe that Details of the Community Ing pparent; heart ate Zach Holland, E. H. Thread- I
some officials could do a bet. Utilization of Potential (CUP) tack. gill, J. W. Green Henry Cole-

day.All ter job with the responslbili program were revealed by the man, Robert Merrell Claude
buyers must remove ties charged to them. Still Governor alt the monthly He was a former state repre Vain Walter Cody, Tom Hoi-

their purchases before March others expect entirely too meeting of the Florida Development sentative and had been a den, .A. C. Rodgers 'W.. W.
1, 1968. Two large kilns sold much from office holders. But Commission. The FDC member of the State' Demo Deen R. W. Deen and T.. Kf
for $195,000 each. Other machinery on the whole each citizen has Industrial Division originatedand cratic Executive Committeefor McKnight.
and tools sold at sat. the right to expect efficient will carry out the pro 16 years serving on manycommittees.

isfactory 'prices.'Approxlmately. and satisfactory performancefrom gram. .
every official. Whether "Each area and communityof Born In Baxley, Ga., Feb. SCHOOL MILLAGE
400 persons enough people feel they are Florida must utilize it's ruary 10 J879, he moved to
attended this large auction, not receiving satisfactory serve maximum, potential ,so that Bunnell from there In 1901,
I with about 125 buyers among ice will be expressed at the all Floridians can share in In 1914 he moved to Ocean Flagler County< freeholderswill

them. voting booth. the benefits of free enterprisein City Beach which he home- go to the polls November
Rumor has it the real es-t, We do 'not propose to en. the achievement' of the steaded and helncd develop 7 to vote In the biennial District
tate: of Lehigh is under option' done any candidate prior to American dream" Governor Into a city which was later : No. 1 School Millage elec.
We should know if another the campaign but we Join Kirk declared. renamed Flagler Beach. He tlon. The district millage must

industry is involved sometime others in feeling that it is Kirk pointed out that while was the first mayor of Flagler be decided by a majority of

after the deadline for removalof good for the voters to have. a industrial growth in! the state Beach when the town was Incorporated voters in an election. ,
auction purchases. choice when we go' to the has set records so far this in 1925 and served
This year's ballot shows 4.59
polls. We encourage each per. year, there are small communities several terms as commission. I'
mills as the school boards .
BUNNELL PTA son to participate in his government and counties which er. He was also a member of '
recommended levy The levy
MEMBERSHIPDRIVE either as a candidate lack the knowledge and prep the first Bunnell City Council of 4.59 mills Is the amount
or as an interested cit aration to' attract Industry. and also (the first: Flagler
needed to the schools
SLATEDThe izen. It is your right and it "Industrial soliclatlon is a County Commission. for'the next biennial Superintendent .
is your duty.BUNNELL. highly competitive businessand He was active as chairman
Bunnell Parent.Teacher of School Harris
all of Florida must be In of the East Florida Mosquito
annual stated.
Association member.
a position to meet that competition Control District and as chair
ship drive will kick-off Oct. JAYVEES ," said FDC executive man of the Flag ?r County This Is 1.05 mills less than
30 and run !through Nov. 3, director John Smolko. Democratic Executive Com last years levy.
according to Mrs. Each year about 1,500 Industries mittee at the time of his All local tax

.Ilk membership chairman.All Bunnell Jayvees rolled move from one area death.! for operating moneY:2
will receive
parents an over the tough Lopez Junior to another and there are approximately He was .a charter memberof schools is
Informative PTA Newsletter
varsity team 19.6 to score a 16,000 agencieson the First Methodist Churchof age. The local school board
with a membership card attached victory for their final game of the lokout for (them. Bunnell, Masonic LodgeNo. sets the General ,
for their convenience.The 'the season here at Bulldog The Governor's CUP program 200 F. & A. M., Order of which has been set at
Bunnell PTA 1967.68 Stadium Tuesday night. wil be aimed at com Eastern Star Chapter No. 93 for 1967.68, the same as last
goal is to have a 100 per cent The first touchdown was munities wWi populationsunder and a life member of Morocco year. The District mlllage isthe

membership and the cooperation scored by the Bunnell boys In 35,000. It will consist of Temple.Mr. one to be voted on in this
of every parent is neededto the beginning of the first FDC guidance through five Moody Is survived by election.
achieve this goal Mrs. Stef quarter after Bunnell had steps or grades of preparedness his wife, Julia; a daughter Superintendent Harris said
Ilk said. moved the ball down near the for soliciting Industry. Mrs. Eula Fuller BunneJl; a "The school board is askingfor
Mrs. Steflik said "All parents goal line. Ernest Williams caroled With each successful com stepdaughter, Mrs. John Parsons lees taxes this year than
are urged to work together it over 3 yards to so&re. pletion of a step the community Montgomery Ala.; they did In 1966."
so they can grow together Half-time score was 60. involved will receivea !three some George Miles, Flag Voters who go to the polls
to protect' their greatest Lopez scored on"a eight certificate from the FDC. ler Beech; Leonard Alexandria November 7 will decide the

"investment, their chil yard sweep early in The fourth "It is not the purpose of Va.; and I. I., Lake City; actual district millage they
dren. quarter. this program' to award certificates a step-son! Wayne Wallace, wish to be in effect for the
The Bannell boy broke but to help all these Daytona Beach; 13 grandchildren next two years.PELJJCER .
TURKEY SHOOT loose in the final two minutes small communities to prepare and 17 peat-grandchild

SUNDAY' OCT28 of play in the last quarterand themselves to answer the ren.Funeral CREEKCEMETERY .
scored two T. D's. Saul questions we know from experience services were held
Everyone is invited to a Irvin racked up 6 points on a industry executivesask at 10:00: a. m. Wednesday at WORK

"Turkey Shoot" sponsored by 12 yards reverse and Ralph ," Governor Kirk said. the First Methodist Church In BAY OCTOBER M
American Legion Post 115 Giddera Intercepted Lopez's The prevent will be explained Bunnell. Rev. Oliver Taylor.
Sunday afternoon at 12JD at pees and ran 35 yards to score to detail In ,a series pastor of the church officiat It has been mnammtA the

the Stank Bar, Highway 1b 16 for the Bunnell. Jaycuus.I ttufcStddchuid' of community development ed. He was assisted by Rev. annual Fall Work Dar" M-
A second shoot is planned I pine to DefaaUM&cheHwas seminars to be held in five Reynold Hoover, First Methodist Boer Creek CenwrIIIy wAl W
for Sunday Nov. :5 at 12:30 food ft.. the ex- locations during November.The Church of Flagler Beach. Saturday ,October bsglste
p.m. at the White Eagle Bar lira point: in the last play of first seminar will be In Interment followed at Espf nine. at 9:00 a. m.
in x..*. the game. Panama' City, with Lake City, lola Cemetery. Craig Funeral All those planning to ate I'
Proceeds from the events The Bunnell Jaycees, coached Ocala Winter Haven and Home of Bunnell was in !tend are asked to bring a feat
will belied for Legion projects by Jack Hardin have a 4.1 Clewiston following in that charge of arrangement ket lunch to be served at

season record. order.INkSMEA&ED. Active pallbearers were noon.
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i far 3HlanUr iirUl1uctINCORPORATED

commander Parrish of the was Disabled elected CHOICE Lean Western "Center Cut"

LEN WILSON American Veterans, Jim Booe
Editor and Publisher Chapter No. 86 at last Wed- N ,
BETTK & McPANlEL nesday night's meeting. Pork Chops
News Editor Elected to serve with Par-
rish were Bernard KozlowskI, r
senior vice commander; Wal J
Designated Legal newspaper Advertlsiss tor all ter J. Wilkins, Junior vice commander lb. 79
; Mrs. Charles Mlssin-
ne, chaplain; John Lutton,
Entered a. second i'lass matter
treasurer Ted C. Hein, Judge
February ( 181$ t the poet-
office at Bunnell. Florida., under advocate; Charles Donahue,
Act of March E. Ill I.Iflo Charles Misslnne and E. W. U. S._ D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
Johnston, trustees.
Per Copy Appointed were John Lut ..
<).. Year -.--. LOOOntslde ton, adjutant; Gilbert Krier, lb. 49
IIsM..t.2.00 sergeant at arms; Herbert
FUcler eo..t7 Fuller, service officer; Ted C.
f4.00 t"er Xf.r Hein, historian; Levi Bran-
officer of the day.
nam U. 5. D. A. !Choice
The new officers will be

LETTERS Don Russey Sunday Tampa, November, Department 12.. STEAK lb1 59

TO THE Commander of the Stateof
:Florida conducted: the elec.tlon
EDITOR. of officers. Russey also I
addressed the chapter bn the
activities of the DAV and conducted U. S. D. A. Choice '

Dear Sirs: obligations.It IUl invitation. of member ROUNDBONE ROAST lb. 69'
there will -
In your October }8th edition was announced
"Letter to th E41tor" be dedication ceremonies:. and -
concerning changes in Jagler open house at the new Veterans .
Beach, I add my lament to Hospital in Gainesville -"r-
Alex and Julia Rlgby': >tpput Oct. 22 ndMembers 23. .
the city 'or town park.It were reminded of NECK BONES TenderPORK
the Mid-winte r W art-shop for
U Is the one In the frontof all DAV :members; Orlando. LIVERS
the old hotel, and I dp Rot In February. RIB TIPS
recall another, I can only say Members voted to repair
WIlY, WHY, VfHYT ID wa:$ one used toys for distribution tothe" Lbs. $iff 00 3 Lbs. $100u.
ol 1h9 distinctive feature of county's needy children. J,
frUglfr ge4ch-nd tic are Proceeds from the weekly
nod< too mangy.'oor bingo games sponsored by
S. D. A. Choice
the local chapter are being .
Judgment ignorance used to build bus shelters at

a grefjiT, pwfclng'And'Compounded>$%U, to the nxake astonishmenTls 1jLet 1 only. various It for was school locations announced children.in the Charles county RIB ROAST lbM 69LEA"

hie Add I like your Mlsslnrie was elected Junior
newspaper and find It loter- Vice Commander of the DAV
esting reading, even if onlya District '6. Joe Fairish had
nonresident, small land. been appointed Deputy Chief I RIBS.
owner.Katherme of Staff of the State of Flor WESTERN SPARE ...-..........................-...................Ib. 5' I
Sackett ida DAV.



A conference on Emphysema
and Chronic Respiratory -
Diseases is scheduled for II SPAM 12 oz. Can

all nurses (registered, practical LUNCHEON Each .
and students) !to ge heldon RATE-4c per word. Minimum ,MEA 49 3lb.Tin 3ge
Wednesday, Nov. 1, at the charge per Issue $14)0.
Royal Oak Country Club in FOR SALE-New McCulloch Rod & White (Halves) No. 2% Can Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food orderPEACHES
Titusville, from 9 a.m. to 3p.m. .
outboard engine and boat.
Registration will start at For
Buddy Knox, Bunnell American 3 $100
8 a.m. Registration fee will be
Service Station. Phone
$1.00, but students are free. .
4373652. Oct. 262tc. Blue Plate STRAWBERRY "KRAFT'S'MAR
The conference is sponsoredby R N"t-
the Spaceport Area Tuber. New Play Pen $13.95. New .
culosis and Respiratory Disease Baby Crib, 1500. Jerry's PRESERVES :: 3ge PARKA
Association and Dis- Furniture, Old Dixie Hwy., 2
dew 31, 34, and 49 of the miles South of Korona. Phone Martha Whiteowe
Florida, Nurses Association 437-3752.; Oct. 26, Xtc. "s 1"'

ROOFTOP 'SCHOOLS 2 back Bedroom of Brannam's Unfurnished Grocery.house GRITS 5FOLGER'S Bag 3ge OLEO lb. 45-

Hong Kong's 398 square Contact Duane Deen. 437.3228,
miles are so crowded that evenings. 10.19-U . .
many neighborhood schools in
the Brlti* Colony hold classes LINGER FROZEN FOODS -
on the rooftops of build. DIALO
ings the Uatlonal Geographicsays. MATIC Mri. Paul' 9 ? Pkg.I .
MACHINE, Mus.t place in your Ti FISH STICKS 39CP
area. A-l shape, gig Zags,
makes buttonholes, fancy designs Limit with $5.00 or more food order ,t Ritz (l>Jcg. of 2)
sews on' buttons, appli*
egged, monograms, etc. Sold PIE SHELLS E>d> 3ge
new for over $300. MUST SAC. -
RO gE S RIFICE. Just pay balancer $62,
pr ,assume $$ monthly pay
ments. Call Credit Manager, lb

1946, anytime. Will deliver, .- .. .
Firm Ripe
No obligation.Oct. TOMATOES lb. 23 GIANT
SEPTIC TANK cleaning' ; drain SIZE
Flagler TribuneBUNNELL fields Installed; Eota-Rpter: Crisp HEAD

snail shell: Reasonable prices. LETTUCE Each Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
PHONE 437-382 Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 23c



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Quantity Right. ReMI'ftd Prices Good October 26, 27, 28, 20, aM 30, IM'li

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presses are aboirt to roB
said election Is to be held and LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
WHEREAS It U necessary and. shall publish said. names as required -
o Imperative that additional revenu by law. IX TUB CIRCUIT COURT Of
to that to be raised by Gen FLORIDA 8KVKNTH' JUDICIAL .
eral Levy, be obtained for the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat CIRCUIT IV AND FOR
operation and maintenance of there shall be prepared and FLAGLER COUNTY
the public free schools In 8peclet furnished to said Inspectors of CASE NO. 234
I election for use at said electionthe
Tax' School District No. In JOHN LONG
Flakier County Florida, a* created necesasry ballot boxes and Plaintiff
under and by virtu of tho ballots as required by law; that
lawl of the State of Florida and the form of ballot to be used In ANNA WASHINGTON LONG
this ford estimated that for the said election shall be substantially Defendant.
next two year a 4.19 mill tax as follows:
on the real and personal prop. SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE! OF SUIT
erty telephone telegraph and NO.1. ELECTION FOR TO: ANNA WASHINGTON LONG
railroad. In said district U necessary FLAOLER COUNTY FLORIDA Residence Unknown
for the exclusive purpose HELD ON NOVEMiIER: T, 1967. YOU ARE HEREBY notified
of operating and maintainingthe BALLOT FOR SCHOOL TAX that an action for divorce has
public free schools In laid DISTRICT NO. 1 MILLAQE been filed against you and you
district LEVT.INSTRUCTIONS are required to serve copy of
THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED TO VOTERS: your written defenses If any. to
Public Instruction "X" In it on Bruce H. Davie Attorneyfor
BY the Board of Indicate by marking an address U
of Flagler County, the space after line 1. whetheryou Plaintiff whose
Box 627 Florida,
Florida, that an election !. hereby fator the proposed mlllage and nie, the Crescent original City,with the
called to be held en the date levy which la necessary for the Courton
Clerk of the above styled
herein fixed for the purpose approved school term. or before November 4. 1967;
V herein specified It you favor a different mill. otherwise a Judgment may be
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED age levy write the levy you favor entered against you for the relief -
BY said Board that an election after line 2. demanded In the Complaint.
shall be and U hereby orderedto 1, Estimated mlllage levy required WITNESS my hand and the
be held In Special Tax School for regular term (4.19) seal of said Court on September
District No.1. Flagler County.. mills 27
'/ Florida, at the voting places In 19C7.George M Moody
said District hereinafter designated Clerk Circuit Court
on the 7th day of Novem Flagler County, Florida
4l4l bar 1967 at which election shallbe 2. Other mlllage levy (SEAL)
submitted to the Qualified Janice Murray
electors qualified to vote In such Deputy Clerk
election residing In said District Oct. 5, 12. 19. 24, 4tc.
/ who have paid taxes on
or personal property
BY said Board that this Resolu
District as required by law the
following; proposition, to-wit: tion of the calling and holdingof IX TILE CIRCUIT COURT ,
said election shall be published FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR '
Determination of the numberof once each week for four sueceeslv Int.CIVIL.
mills of the District School weeks In the Flagler Tribune ACTION N*. 251
Tax In Special Tax: School District a newspaper of general MARGARET A. DURLAND.
No. 1 te be levied for each circulation throughout the Coun Plaintiff
of the next succeeding two years ty of Flagler and published In vs
for the exclusive purpose of operating said County that a notice specifying HENRY M.DURLAND,
and maintaining the the names of the Inspec. Defendant.
public free schools of said District .
tors and clerks of election In NOTICE
the estimated mlllage required said District shall be publishedonce
for each of the next two
In said newspaper at least Residence Unknown.
V year* being (4.59) mills fifteen ((15) days before the holdIng .
: .
::: _J BY BE THIS IT FURTHER BOARD that RESOLVED the following of said election. that a Complaint for Divorcehas
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED been filed against you, 'andyou
: places are hereby designated
BY said Board that the Chair are required to serve a copy
polling In said
a* places
for the new directoryTime's District In which said election. man and Secretary of this Board the of your Complaint answer to or the pleading Plaintiffs to
Is to be held; are Instructed to take all otheror
further steps as may be need. attorney, B. SHAW P.
running out for changes or additions in listings and PRECINCT NO. I Bunnell ful In accordance with law to O. Box 296..LAtPnn Florida,
Court House.PRECINCT. carry this Resolution Into effect. S2010 and file the original an

for Yellow Pages ads! So call our Business Office now. Deach-l\Unlcl a1 NO.Building.2 Flaeler Board PASSED of Publlo la open Instruction session by,the of :eerC or r pleading of the In Circuit the I office Courton of

PRECINCT NO S Haw CreekCommunity the of No
or before 18 day
Florida Its
Flagler County at
Additional l business or family listings cost just a little. --PRECINCT NO.Building{ I-A.Korona meeting on the: 27th day ef September ::mr.o:::;. of If default you fall will to do betaken

Church Hall.PRECINCT. A, D. 1967 against you for the relief

Are you advertising in the Yellow pages-.the world's mostconvenient NO. 4 St. Johns Harold Emery '.- demanded In the :1f.laller
Park-Community HaUl Chairman of the Board DATED: at u
.. PRECINCT NQ.. 4-A Bunnell of Public Instruction of County Florida this 18 day of
shopping center! Customers look there first for Masonic I Tempi: Flagler County Florida October, 1967.

names, addresses, facts, products and services. Community ttail.PRECINCT ATTEST: Clerk Circuit Court.
NO. 5-A AlA High Flagler County, Florida.
way-Johnson's Fruit Stand. Coy O Harris. Jr.Superintendent LELAND B. SHAW

Everything'sthere The foregoing election precincts and Ex. I*. O. Box 2)6Bunnell.
Officto To The
Secretary Florida 12010
being all the election
,. in black &yellow In said; Special Tax School precincts Board of Public Instruction. Attorney for Plaintiff.Oct. .
@ District No. 1 In Flagler County, Oct. 6. 12. 19, 28. 4tc 19, 26, Nov. 2. -4tO
Over 35 million Russians When have work to do
Pages that this Board shall appointthe you ,
Southern Bell persons who are to he Inspectors ride Moscow's 68-mile subway you might as well do It. No
and clerks for each
respective -
e polling places at which system each day, body else will do It for you.

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and Mrs. Raymond
Smith attended the Dedica

tion Ceremony cf the Veterans

Administration, HospitalIn
GalnesvUleJiunday. a
The new llv ,story; 180 bed d 1r
hospital, built iat a cost of
$13.5 million was dedicated f r r 1 t

Sunday as a tribute to Amer.
ica's servicemen fighting in
Visiting here recently with Mrs. Sadie Passmore of Vietnam. '

Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Bradleyand Tampa ,is visiting here with Smith, Flagler County Vet.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cobb, Louie and Louisa Manos at erans Service Officer, and his

Espanola, were Mr. and Mrs.J. Flagler Beach. wife, were among the 2,000

D. Seymore of Newberry, persons attending the outdoor
S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tan. ceremony.

Hoffman of Auburndale. ner;:Tampa and Mr. and Mrs.

i I' Arthur Graves, Savannah, STEAK COOKOUT FOR
Ga., spent the weekend at 3HS FOOTBALL TEAMS .-""' ---

STATIONED IN GEORGIA Flagler Fish Camp.Mr. About forty-flv football
Charles Knox, son of Mr. players, coaches and parents, Flagler Woman's Club
and Mrs. Buddy Knox; Bun. and Mrs. J. D. Barber attended a steak cookout Monday members are shown assisting UDC MEMBERS
nell, enlisted In the Army 'and and their daughter, Mrs. Ola evening ate the Bunnell with the' Christmas Seal letters .

left Sunday afternoon for Byrd, Seville; visited In Pa. High School cafeteria given at the Spaceport Area HEAR PROGRAM

Fort Benning, Ga., where he latka Sunday with Mrs. Bar by the parents for the varsity Association In Daytona Beach. A historical program on the
will be 'stationed while in ber's sister, Mrs. Lillian Buch players. Pictured left to right are Mrs. "Americana" was presentedby
training.Mrs anan. Principal Ken Herring and Frank Brede, Mrs. Fred Marks,
Mrs. H. Murray to mem
assistant principal Alvin Mrs. Amy Rundle, Mrs. E. L.
bers of the United Daughtersof
i, Misses Linda Knight Sue Thompson prepared the Baggett and Mrs. H. G. Heydt. ..
A. G. Bradley, Espanola the Confederacy Thursday
Ellen Deen and ,Sue steaks. Assisting with the
Chomey :
Is a patient at Flagler in Tallahassee last week serving were coach, and Mrs.
Hospital In St. Augustine Knight Lambert Ave., Bun-
Jack' Hall Coach Kirkland,
end to attend the FSU Home.
where she. underwent surgery coming festivities. Mrs. Margaret Taylor, Mrs. ASSIST WITH XMAS SEALS nelLMrs.
Tuesday. Herring and )fro and Mrs. H. T. Cook, chapter
Gene Bowers. Five members of the Flag president, Mrs. Z. G. Holland,

Mrs. Amorette Wells returned The Junior Varsity team ler Women's Club motored to Jr. and Mrs. Knight, members,
home Sunday from members were' honored at a Daytona Beach Monday and reported on the UDC State

Baxley, Ga. after a- week's LOCAL ARTIST TO steak cookoqi, Wednesday assisted with the preparationof Convention they attended recently
the Christmas Seal letters In Sarasota.The .
evening at the school. Team
visit with Mr. and Mrs. N. A.
Conner and Mr. and Mrs. Bill DISPLAY PAINTINGS attended. ,. soon to go out from the group voted to enter a
Spaceport Area Tuberculosis decorated In the Veterans
Bowers. Mr. and Mrs. Conner AT ORMOND GALLERY car
accompanied Mrs..Wells home FINESSE BRIDGE; ''and Respiratory Disease As. Day parade November 11.
and will remain for several Local Artist Ann Creal will CLUB WINNERS" sociation, to the residents of Mrs. C. H. Cowart Is parade
days. exhibit her works of art at Mrs. Julia Harvey was high Brevard, Flagler and Volusia chairman.The .

the Ormond War Memorialand scorer when ,the: Finesse Counties. hostess served refreshments .

Mrs. Henry Shill and daugh- Art Gallery, Granada Ave. Bridge Club met Wednesday The ladles stuffed some to Mrs. M. B. Fuller,
ters Elaine and Eleanor spent Ormond Beach, Florida. The evening at the home of Mrs. 5000 letters of the total mall- Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Dean Hol

the weekend In Darlen, Ga. paintings will be on display W. L. Wadsworth, East Moody ing list to the area which ex- land, Mrs. Z. G. Holland, Mrs.
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Dan daily from 2 until 5 p. m. beginning Blvd. Second high went to ceeds 121,800 letters this year Cook, Mrs. C. H. Cowart Mrs.

Frailey. Sunday October 29. Mrs. Keene Gurnee. -an increase of 8000 letters Lady Allen, Mrs. F. W. Ting-

Mrs. Canal has received several it- over last year. ley, Mrs Walter Cody, Mrs.R. .
awards for her outstand MYF CROUP ENJOYS The ladles brought their W. Deen Jr. and Mrs. J. O.
: A3/c Pat Barrow, McCoy Air lunch and spent the day. Craig.
work. Her
ing paintings are ROAST
Force Base, Orlando, spent the WEINER ,
oils and done ., The .
primarily are next meeting will be
weekend here with his mother About thirty teenagers at.
Mrs. Isabel Barrow. entirely with a painting tended the Bunnell Metho Thursday, Nov. 9 at 3:15 p. m.
knife. Her works are represented CHRISTIAN SCIENCE at the home of Mrs.' Craig
dist Youth Halloween
I In private collectionsas Orange Street, Bunneli.ANOTHER ,
party Sunday night at SERVICES
well as several business
Abraham Baldwin Agriculture Haw Creek Community Center .
'\ School students, Dan establishments.The f: Christian Science Servicesare

,Cody,, John Johnston_. and talented artist received. A weiner roast, complete conducted Sunday morn STILLDESTROYED
Zachary Holland spent the her training from Grand Central with roastedf7marshmallow4 ings at 11:00 a.m. in the

(Weekend here with ,their par. School of :Art, New York and bobbirigf apples, was lobby of' the. Flagler Beach HERE.

,ents. City; Art Students' League, followed with games. Hotel. A one barrell still capableof

I .II New York City. She studied Chapeyones for the gala affair making 10 or more gallonsof
Mrs. Mercer under Hal Yates at Daytona were Rev. and Mrs. Oliver HERVEY EISENBACH moonshine
Johnny Holly per run was
,Hill, S. C. visited in Bunnell Beach Junior College; studied Taylor,, Mrs. Margaret Taylor, CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY blown up in Flagler County

,two days last week with relatives portrait work under CourtenayHunt Mrs. Charles Cowart and Mrs. Thursday, according to SheriffP.
: and friends. of Jacksonville.Mrs. George Cleg$.*'1II Hervey Eisenbach celebrated A. Edmonson. This is the
The local MYF will host the his sixth birthday Sundayat third moonshine operation
Creal Is a member of
sub-district methodist Youth a Halloween Birthday Par.
destroyed in
Mrs. C. W. Duncan the Art League of Daytona Flagler County
Fellowship meeting on Nov. ty given by his parents, Mr. in the past few weeks.
Beach and /the Federal Fede-
Beach, returned home Sunday and Mrs. C.
6. The meeting'will be heldat Eisenbach at According to Kirk.
from Nashville, Tenn. after a ration of Art. the Bunnell Methodist their home, 106 S. Moore St., land, State Beverage' Agent
two week's visit with Mr. and Bunnell.
Church and
recreation activities Daytona Beach
the still
Mrs. Joe Duncan and family will be at the Bunnell The young guests dressed called Tennesse was
a Submarineand
and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cas- ..
MILES FAMILY REUNION Civic Center. in costumes, enjoyed several said it was the first one
tleman and family.
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 29 I outdoor games. Prizes were' seen in the part of the country
won by Wayne Phippins, in nine
Mrs. Mary Bross and children The annual Miles Family LOCAL RESIDENTS ELECTEDTO Jerry Robinson and Tammy years.

Barbara, Rosemary and Reunion will be held on Sun. STATE S.D.A. POSTS Jordan.

Billy, Becky Thomas and Mrs. day, October 29, at Miles Mrs. H. T. Cook and Mrs.Z. Birthday cake decorated O.
Bross's brother, Howard Holl- Chapel, located in Appling G. Holland, Jr..were elected with (the Halloween motif and F. ALFORD

enbach, spent the weekend In County, Georgia, 1 mile west officers at the annual meetingof ice cream was served to 11 of Registered

Pensacola visiting with Mr. of U. S. Highway 1, halfway the Southerri Dames of Hervey's playmates. Mrs. Els- Real Estate
and Mrs. Jim Purvis and fame between Alma and Baxleythe America in Clearwater Octo enbach was assisted by Mrs. Broker

ily. ( turnoff Is at Miles Grocery ber 10.Mrs. Maryann Meekins and Mrs. BunnelL Florida

). A basket lunch will be Cook was elected State Neva Eisenbach. ", I..f>.A ..
Al and Leola Jones, Paint. vice and
served at: noon. president Mrs. Holland
ers 'Hill visited in Jackson. .
State treasurer of the ,.
ville last weekend with Mr. Friends and relatives are organization. ,

and Mrs. Al Jones Jr. and cordially invited !to come and The Southern Dames of Flagler County Insurance

family. enjoy the occasion. America is the 'only national

organization engaged in the
Eye Bank Program.
Agency Inc.

LEAVES FOR N. Y. TOUR All Forms of Insurance
ARRANGEMENTS : :. POTTED PLANTS Mrs. F. W. Tingley plans to

FRESH FLOWERS AND leave Saturday for Charlotte, 105 North Bay Street Phone 437-3171
N.C. where she will Join a
PERMANENT FLOWERS group for a trip !to New York Bunnell, Florida 32010LlFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY

Black's Flower Shop City.The group will board the -* BONDS
Carolina Bridge and Theatre
Free Delivery train in Charlotte and will

111 No. Forsythe Phone 437-3348 enjoy a weeks tour of New
York city before returning

after you see

SERVICE OBSERVED your doctor.. .
A program entitled "At the

Door a Knock" was presentedby \ bring yourprescription
Mre. Robertson \\
.New lifted and broken to be repairedand Lloyd at \
toy the Quiet Day service this to
distributed to Flagler County Needy Children.For morning at 9:30 at the Bun

pickup contact Flagler County Disabled \ nell Methodist Churtfa. Mrs. ) "r

34 Veterans 0. Jim Boee Chapter Ne. M. Phone 439- Mn.Deen Robtson"tee, Mre.Blakely Leslie was ,assisted Tucker Mrs. W.and W.by \ ; c i=

Toys may be left at Bunnell Dry Cleaner. erAtfcftttc : Mr*. Eldon Knlft -__ J4 Professional BUfl.
Tat .
special was
Hardware at Flagler )Beaea.J *-
W*. h414 tit VmveTrWJB e[ Week of
Prayer and Silt Denial

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1 PARTY Weekly SermonRev. 5-THE FLAGLER TJUBUNE. mUBS.. OCTOBER 26. 1967

SENIOR' CITIZENS) OUTer F. Taylor, Pastor R Ii ___ ___________ .

Former: Chairman Rev. E. Bunnell Methodist Church Quantity Rights
Lester Stanton,.served as Installing WE GIVE' Reserved
ofllcgr,when the GOALS
new METT S
Life Is ; ***
I slate of officers of the Flagler filled with goals.
Senior Citizens Club assum Sometimes we seek to'attain TOP Prices Good
ed office following' ceremonies small goals, and at other Thurs.,. Fri., Sat.,
last week In 'ithe Club's times we may strive for large
goals. Human VALUE and Monday,
nature demands
headquarters In the Municipal
Building, Flagler Beach. that we have a way of meas. SUPER MARKET Oct. 26, 27, 28
uring our success or failure STAMPS and 30, 1967
New Chairman Mrs.Mildred in life. Material success Is 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST.
Phone 437-3201
Sargeant appointed the fol. readily Identified. Standardsor
lowing committee heads: goals set the measure by
House, Mr. and Mrs. John which family loyalty is Judg ARMOUR STARCHUCK
Schott; Publicity, Walter ed.In
Creal; Hospitality, Mrs. Helen all phases of life it is
Jordan;r Visitation, Mr. and imperative that the individualfind
Mrs. Oscar Mless. Mrs. Sar a certain sense of security ROAST Lb. 49
geant also called a meetingof in personal accomplish .
the Club's executiveboard ments. Therefore, It is not
which was held In her home, unreasonable that a person
1220 S. Central Ave., Flagler needs a sense of satisfactionIn
Beach, Wednesday, Oct. 25. spiritual matters. Unlessone ARMOUR STARROUND
Program plans were discuss. has personal goals in regard
ed. at "this meeting. to his own spirtual life

Club It was would announced have a Halloween that the It will proper be spiritual difficult to balance maintaina in BONE ROA51...................._....... Lb. 65ENGLISH'

party evening in the,clubroom Oct. 31. Tuesday Cider. life.It must be remembered that CUT ROAST. .: : : 69;

'and donuts will be served. goals do not always have to ...........: : ..: ..... Lb.
The Club's next regular meetIng be of ultimate consequence,
will be held Tuesday eve but that in most of life goals ALLMEATSTEW.

ning, Nov. 7. Because the pub. give us direction for life. "I ..........................:......... Lb. 69
lic room In the Flagler Beach press on toward the goal for
Municipal Building will be in the prize of the upward call
use as a polling place on of God In Christ Jesus." Phil. SHORT RIB STEW ; 49
Nov. 7, the Club will meet in ippians 3:14.GORDON: ..........,_............. ;.._.._... Lb. 4

the First Recreation Methodist Church Building, Flag.at SHIELDS B HIS STEW = .H.

usual let Beach.potluck There supper will startingat be the. RECEIVES AWARDA KET ...................:::. ... .......... Lb. 39C

Walter 6 o'clock Creal,, according chair.to handsome plaque recog STEAK I
publicity H DCK 59
man. his nizing community 15 years of has service been to ...................,........_..... ........... Lb.
awarded to Gordon S. Shields,
SCHOOL NEWSFFA owner of the Western Auto
The walnut and bronze wall
October 24, the Bunnell plaque, engraved with his
Chapter of Future Farmers of name, was forwarded from
America elected the officersfor Western Auto Supply Com PORK STEAK Lb. .S9
the coming year. pany's general offices In Kansas .
They are.as follows: 'President City, Mo., and presented I
Wayne Allman, vice through the firm's division offices
president, ;Mike Durrance; which serve this area. Lean Delicious Pure Pork
sentinel, Gordon Recognition of community
Worley; secretary
Henry Bowers; treasurer service by local Western Auto Ground BEEF Z Lb. 990 Pan SAUSAGE 2 u" 990Shurfine
; Chuck Hear; reporter, Associate store owners is given
Ray Smith; chaplain, Mike by the company at five. .
Zimmerle. year Intervals.The honor Indicates -' "'(All,Grind) Fabulous Shurfine All Purpose "
We hope to accomplish our the d-aler has com \
many .purposes In the classrooms pleted a specified period of
+tas well as In outdoor outstanding merchandising COFFEE S FAB OILLb.
activities. service to his customers and
Wayne Allman. community.
Tin. 39- 2 Boxes Reg. 39" 24 BottleLimit oz. 29

,. ... -.. I
1 with purchase Limit 2 with purchase Limit 1 with purchaseof
50 I $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food of $5.00 or more food
a 10 order. order. order.SHURFINEPRODUCTSSALE.


BANK Ph. 677-8217 175 W. Granada
El Ormond Beach. Florida
Shurfine ELBOW Shurfine ((46 oz.) GRAPEFRUITMACARONI

u 1::- IOe JUICE Can. Z5e i

Shurfine (Self-Ruing and Plain) Shurfine (Tall Can)
FLOUR 5Bag. 4ge Canned MILK 6 Cans 9ge

PUBLICTHE Shurfine (18 oz.) Shurfine ((303 Can)
White. Chocolate CAKE: For CUT Cans $4TOO
3 896 BEETS
and Yellow MIXES 8

ShurfineMAYONNAISE 32 oz. Jar Shurfine 303 Can (Whole Kernel)

550 CORN 5 Cans $1

Shurfine ((303 Can) Cut Shurfine (Yellow)

Green BEANS S Can 8ge POPCORN 250

Shurfine (303)C" Shurfine ((303 Can)


Shurfine ((303 Can) FRUIT Shurfine 7 oz. *....4

COLES Variety Store COCKTAIL 3 Cans 790 Thin SPAGHETTI fOe

AlA I FLAGLER BEACH Frozen Foods Produce Dairy Items


OCT 28 BAG (18 oz. Bag) 4 APPLES, .......... 49c' Kraft (Fresh)
SATURDAY GREENS, $ 3.Bag.A ...............;: j, POTATOES, Gal. ........ 49-
P. M. 2 UMFreli ....... 250 ; .
I 1:30
*t, Flaw .1 GreenCABBAGE Table Ready

-1-k---BILL KINSEY, AUCTIONEER, ICE% Gallon MILK...........590 Lb ,........ 80 SOLID Lb.........OLEO...........,._ I'eHALLOWEEN
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Florida who harvest
AND KOH KLAGLKH COUN- Directorof deer with eight or more T Mrs. Margaret Somerville,
D. Meiklejohn,
TY.. FLOHIUA.JV NEWS points or black bear with Field Advisor of the Citrus
206. the State Beverage Department
PAUL, stfAMrEn. JR., that net cigarettetax skull measurements at least Council of Girl Scouts was In
Plaintiff, collection for the monthof 10 inches long and five inches Flagler County this week to

DARDARl"NELL STAMPER August, 1967 amounted to FIRST METHODIST wide are eligible for, honor formulate plans for organizing -
Defendant. $4,997,335.91. Of this amount badges as recognition of their Girl Scout Troops In BunI
AMKNOKI NOTICE OP SUIT BUNNELL skills in Florida's forest and nell and Flagler Beach.
will to the
TO BARBARA NELL STAMPER 1597414.79 go y 3ev. Oliver Taylor Pastor
2241 Wayne StreetChicago State General Revenue Fund fields. At the present time Girl
Illinois OC14 Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.
YOU AfE HEREBY NOTIFIED and the remaining 3399921. Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. Application forms for honor Scouting Is not available In
that an action for divorce 12 will be distributed to badges will be available Flagler Beach and an attemptis
Methodist Youth Fellowship
and ,
has been flied against you
qualified municipalities. the Game and Fresh being made to establish
you are required to serve a copy 6:3C p. m. through
of to your It on written BERRIEN defense BEAKS If,any at., Amounts distributed to the 2 Blocks East of Highway Water Fish Commission, Dept. troops inn.the area.

torney for plaintiff, whose address local municipalities were No. 1, Lambert Street. I-E, Tallahassee. Anyone Interested in serv-

Avenue la:Daytona 119 North Beach.Hidgewood Florida; Beverly Beach, $231.10; Bun Since 1964, a total of 17 ing as a troop leader or troop

and Ale the original with the nell, $2,555.42; Flagler Beach, ST. THOMAS EPISCOPALThe honor badges have been presented committee member is askedto

clerk of the above styled Court $1,103.39 Marineland, $156.- ROT, Robert Stuart to Florida sportsmen contact Mts. Somerville In
on. or before November 27, 1967;
otherwise a judgment may be 54? Painters 11111, $17.05. Priest for deer and one for black Daytona Beach, phone 253-
entered against you for the relief Charge bear. 0531.
demanded In the Complaint. Church School 10:00 a.m.
tant 4MornIng Thousands of Florida hunters
said Bunnell.
seal of u
t Flagler County, Florida, this TilE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Worship 11:15 a.m. ', will be at their favorite MARSHALL APPROVED
20th day of October A. D. 1967. FLAGLER COUNTY. FLORIDA fields for the opening of the Thurgood Marshall has won
GEORGE M. MOODY Communion .first. Sunday. of
Clerk of the Circuit Court CIVIL ACTION N. 232: each month. first phase dove hunting. season Senate approval and has become
/ Fla County, Florida. IDA BORENSTEIN on October 7. the first Negro Supreme
(OtHcUl Court Seal) Plaintiff Thrre miles east of Bunnellon
Murray vs. Highway 100. Court justice in the nation's
Deputy Clerks HER1IA'n01iENSTEIN.Defendant. Dally shooting hours are history. President Johnson
Oct. 26, Nov. Z, 9. 16-4tc from 12 noon until sunset.
NOTICE]! OF SUIT BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST nominated Marshall June, 13
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT TO: HERMAN 'BORENSTEIN. Dally bag limit Is 12. per to Succeed retiring Associate. ,

1JT TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S You Residence art notified Unknown.that a complaint Chose.: D. Anders. Pastor day and hunters are requiredto Justice Ton* C. Clark. "
COVHTi IN AND FOR FLAG tot divorce has been filed Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Sunday have their guns plugged to
LKIl COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN against you and you are required School. a three shell includ
I'HOBATK. to serve a copy of your answer GOOD EYESIGHT
NOTiCe TO CREDITORS or pleading to the complaint 11:00 a.m Morning Worship ing the chamber.
IN HE 'ESTATE OFI'HEnitM on the plaintiffs attorney 7:00 p.m. Training Union. Golden eagler can see eight

JOSEPH' MORIN Samuel V. Holch, 110/North 8:00 p.m.:Evening Worship. The second phase dove times better than man, the
Palatka, Florida,
Deceased. Third Street.
and all and file the original answer or Wed.: 7:30: p.m., Prayer hunting season Is from November National Geographic says A
To\\'creditors having claims or demands persons pleading In the office of the Service. ; 18 through December mature bird can spot a rabbit

against said estate: Cleric before of 4th the day above November Court on.1967.or Nursery, All services. 3. The third phase season opens half a mile,away. The eagle's

by You'notified and each and of required you. are to here-pre- If you tall to do so, Judgrantby 2 Blocks East of 'stoplight, December 16 and continues sight Is telescopic, microscop
default will be against
sent soy claims and demands you for the relief taken demanded in Moody Boulevard. through January 8. ic, monocular, and binocular.
which/you, or either of you, may the Complaint.
have against the estate of PHE- Done this
and ordered September
late ot' Flagler CoUnty. Florida. :Jr&'e M. M6ody
to the County Judge of Flagler Clerk Circuit Court PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS ONE /N\\ SIX
County ,this office In the County Flagler County, Florida
Courthouse, Bunnell Flagler (SEAL) Rer. John. Lingold Pastor
County. Florida, within six
By: Janice Murray
months from the date of the Deputy Clerk Sunday School 10:00: a. m.

first I publication and demands'not hereof. presented Aliclaims -' Oct. 6. 12, 19, 28, 4tc. Worship Service, 11:00 a. m.

within the time and In LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Life Liners Service, 6:30
the manner prescribed herein p. m.
shall be barred as provided by
Evening Evangelistic Service
publication en October JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; isrAMI 7:30. p. m.
26, 1967.
Deen Road
Merritt H. Powell TV. FLO1iDA.
Aa Administrator lOC theI'hedlme CASE N*. in.
Joseph Morin Plaintiff. :
Deceased.Oct. vs Flagler Beach tIE'
26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 4tc. JOE ANN ALFORD. '
Defendant. Reynold Nelson Hoover ,+sI

NOTICE OF SUIT Sunday School'' 9:45 a. m. *(11r/ JI' 11

i: ( :": .::t: '": : '. .'.. ;-.', :_ _.. TOl 'JOE ANN ,ALFORD. 1324 Morning Choir Rehearsal, Worship, Wed.11 a., 6:45 nt

Troupe Street, Augusta, Georgia. "
ED that a Complaint for Divorce p.m.Men's Club meets the first
& UPHOLSTRY has been flied aganlat In the
: ,. .WORKS you
Monday of each at
above styled Court, and you arerequested mpnth
710-12' Lemon St. and directed to serve 7:30 p. m.Woman's. 1t1n.
a copy of your Answer or other :
Palatka Florida written defense to said Complaint Society of ChrIS. .; a
Phone EA 5-9166 upon JAMES H. TUCKER, tlon Service the 2nd Thursday -
Attorney for Plaintiff, at 211
Furnitute, tTpholtering North Rldgewood Avenue, Day 9:30 a. m.
tona Beach Florida, and to file South Daytona Avenue.
Repaired & Refinished the original thereof with the .
Mattresses & Box Clerk of the Circuit Court In ant ;;
'Springs for Flagler County, Florida FIRST mST CHURCH
Made to Order, Also Renovated Flagler County Courthouse, Bun
nell Florida on or before the Flagler Beach
Call Laura Morris 437.3233 18th day of November, 1967.
If you fall to do BO, Judgment M.OX Hall Pastor
After 6:00 P. M. by Default will be taken and

PRICES REASONABLE lief entered prayed against In said you Complaint.for the re. Sunday School: 9:45. 4Hit ALUMNIOne


'' Jut Runnell, Flagler County October Florida Evening Worship: 7:30.: of every six adults In the U.s. has been a 4-H member
as near this
as your 16th day of ,
1967. Wednesday Prayer Meeting: claims the Cooperative Extension Service. At the present time
Phone or Post Office GEORGE M. MOODY 7:30.On the total 4-H Alumni In 50 states I* some 26 million men and

'Drop Us a Card or Call CLERK AF THE the corner of Third and women. Their Influence In community, state and nation is often

Free Pick-up & Delivery By CIRCUIT Janice COURT Murray Central. noteworthy and merits special attention. One such way is through

Deputy Clerk the 4-H Alumni Recognition program, now in Its 15th year.
-....: .: -. ',\I Oct.(SEAL 19.) 26 Nov. 2. 9. 4tc CATHOLIC CHURCHES Men and women from all This year scores of qualified

Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon. PastorST..MARY'S walks of life are nominated by candidates will be considered

friends and relatives for alumni for 4-H alumni award, accord-
honors Including awards proing to 4-H leaders. Each county

BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. vided annually by the program will select four residents for

Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed., ical sponsor, Olin Mathieson Chem- local recognition and the

: and Friday at 8:30: a.m. Corporation. alumni pin.
FREE ESTIMATES Among prominent people who '
FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL have received the 4-H alumni During the put three years

\ CUSOM BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS Weekday Masses: Tuesday, gold key-the more than 6300 persons reo

BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES Thursday, and Saturday at are educators. businessmen.celved the alumni recognition.

8:30 a. m. statesmen, farmers, entertainers pin.
Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL clergymen and an astroFour men and women alsonaut

FURNITURE REFINISHINGNow may be named for 1967 state
Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m. They include Edd IL Bailey honors. Each will receive a

Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, president of Union Pacific Rail- handsome bronze and walnut

50 Mile Radius COMMUNITY MEMORIAL road; Mary Merryfield, a syn- plaque appropriately Inscribed.

CHURCH dlcated newspaper columnist; The 4-H alumni key Is
presented -
Call Collect 437-3513 Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr.;
Flagler Beach annually to eight
national -
Roy Rogers, movie and tete-
Rev. R. W. Dickert. Pastor vision star Mrs. Dexter Otis winners at the alumni
Arnold, past president of banquet held during the Na
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. eral Federation of Women's Gentlonal 4-11 Club Congress in

Worship Service, 11 a. m. Clubs; Robert Slmpldns promi- Chicago..
I| S VE- BY -MAILI'I | Communion every first Sunday nent New Jersey farmer; J. Earl For information on how to

of each quarter. Coke, recently retired vice submit names for alumni

Daytona Avenue South of president, Bank of America awards, contact the county extension -
School. and Dr. George W. Beadle; office. The former

EARN S president, University of Chicago. 4-H'er need not now reside in

ABOVE AVERAGE his home county or state.



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3 LATEX $5

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i Gallons Sj 98 Dedicated to dignity service and economy. Loweet cost
; Md' Outside White 2P by far in the entire area on any service of vow choice.
We invite your comparison. Serving all faith.
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Too Late I a' FLORIDA.
Absolutely no rough tiioa.coy.vwpossessions ;; COM MANY
p t overload| Plaintiff,
To Classify All hand.heads and housing. Seat belts vs.

: must be help! C. B. KINO AND HATTIE KING

jjy Russell Kor I kept Inside car window \*&' -. ( Jj,. Defendant

(vObObey (
It may not have occurredto ) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
you but the billions and SHERIFF OF FLAGLER COUNTY -

billions of dollars your government FLORIDA, by virtue of a
Is all traffic sign certain writ of Execution here
spends actually tofore Issued out of the Circuit
your money. No matter how I p .a Court in and for Volusla County -
Florida, on the 9th day ofAugust
deeply they put countryIn A. 1997 I have levied -

debt or how much interest : e' ftem all doors locked upon nf.a. 'I Into rny constructive
custody the following'delcrlbed
they pay for borrowed mon while car Is moving. real property as the

ey, they still'scream for more *S Exit on curb side cnly.I property of the Defendants, C
U. KING and HATTIE KINO located
and higher and
more, higher
In Flagler County, Flor-
taxes. WHY and for WHAT Id".. to-wit:
A part of the SWtt of Section
Now they want to raise our When the khool bell 3. Township

postal rates again from five N it>po sat ring'ifMpthm'carpool) SO East and :JorO;particularly:
described as follows: Beginningat
cents for a letter to six cents K are creamXdil nti ,t. A yjr begin to roll! a concrte monument markingthe
and Id cents for ,cn Southeast of
airmail. But original corner
the echanl4 al con wq / Do not touch or bother.y. < pan-_ the said Section 3, a* a point of
they permit mall-order I brakes; tries ghts, e the driver! tune schoolbusf' reference and running thence
racketeers to burden your yam' a South 40' West along the
driver for line
group I
postman with tons of South of the said Section 3.
Junk e F of moppets, follow a distance of 4378.22 feet to an
mall that is carried for *
a pit. Intersection with the Easterly
tance. If these chiselers had .t' t these safety rule boundary of the 150 foot rightof
way of the Florida East
to pay a fair rate for' their kV Coast Railway; thence North
junk mail there would be no Check gas gauge before 'REMEMBER. ( 10* 13 46" West along the said
Easterly right of
reason to raise rates to hon xsWRl .>. starting each trip. you ruv{e a) a distance ot 1781.JJ way feet boundary to the

est taxpayers. In fact rates Oil CCWm 'S. precious cargo! > point of b'thence:: \of this description
could be sharnlv reduced- and- North 10* 13' 41" West, a distance -

the POS Office: would still be and should now take it lock, of 8>0 feet, to a point
BARE CHESTED TAXPAYER ONE OF TWO PLANTED 15.14 feet Southerly from the
able arid
to stay in the black. stock barrel. point 'where the quarter section

But you poor dumb, simple Nothing makes any sense "MlghH we. suggest that the Rice grows ofGeographicsayL line Intersects the said Easterly
right of way boundary; thence
have the National
taxpayers no highly anymore.' All the principlesthat first picture to be used ,on the in North 87* 41' 80' East, parallelto
paid lobbyists to plead your laid the ground work two cultivated acres Japan, and 15 feet south ot the quarter -

causeYou- elect a senator and built this great nation new six-cent stamp could appropriately SCOREBOARD 1308.54 section feet,line to ,an a Intersection t

and a representative to protect have gon down the drain and be an American BIG with the Westerly boundary
your interest but all they our elected officials have taxpayer standing with his The electrfo Scoreboard in Highway the 100 foot Ol right: of thence way of South U. a

do [3 stick a pice sharp knife been in the forefront to bringit bare chest Houston's Astrodome stretch 14* 1C West{ along 'the said

in your back at every turn. about. showlngIndlcat.es farther than a football Westerly right of way bounda.ry .
ing that he has already lost field and requires five operators a distance of 919.C5 feet;
You didn't bargain for a Greece and Rome went thence South 87* 41' SO" West, a
the his shirt. from Yankton, the National GeographicS.D. distance of 931.80 feet to the
costly was in Wet Nam( that through same experienceand '
S.D., Press. point Pf beginning of this de.
apparently we are not per. look at them today. scrfptlon. EXCEPTING THERE-

mitted to win. You didn't America can, and is, follow FI:01: iIDA 'INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT land FROM; toiwlt tie following: The Southerly parcels 200'of

bargain for national chaos ing in their footsteps ,so fast STATEMENT: OF CONDITION-JUNE 30 1907ASSETS of the above described property

with government sponsored that the Communists do not Cash In CheckIng -Accountl............. 3 99.0&&." and following further excepting of therefromthe
Idiots inarching the street Jtove to Wprry About, ,a war, Cash! )Ir, Savings Ac<', \Jpt......._..-....... 228916.81 wit: parcels land to-

leading agitators to demand to defeat us. They know that 328.003.29840.C39.71 1. Being a. part of the 8W%
Cash In Banks, June 30. 1967. ... $
everything and two dollars all they have to do is sit back Treasury Bill Owned, Net,....,..::::... : of Range Section SO 3 East, Township 13, South,
besides. You did and let us commit suicide Lands Owned In Fee._.-*._.._...... 41.908.61 described more follows particularly
not scream as :
Office Furniture & Equipment......... 6,762.67Petty
for the Great Society but and we are doing It In all Cash .......................?.,;;..............._ 85.00 ment Beginning marking at a concrete the original monu-
!I brother it and the languages Including the Southeast of the said
i ten pr more you sure thousands got of Scandinavian. TOTAL ASSETS .............-........-. $1,217,349.19 Section and 3, running as corner a point thence of reference South.

s highly paid bureaucrats to Thanks} to our politicians 87* 40' West along the South

I administer the program. and our Supreme Court ware Account. Payable .............LIABILITIES.. ......w $ "' 4,022.55 line of of the 4378 said 32 Section feet to 3,an a distance Intersection -
the down a 4 a Reserve fort County Tax Rebate_ '' 71,600.00
I American cities that have Qn 'way ,with the Easterly
,. 1,11,72664TQTAI.
Surplus a 4 v ; lot
done the most' in providing nation so fast that it isn't ? ? boundary of the the 150 foot rightof
way East
''j' housing, Jobs ajfd other ad- funny, Maybe you ,think, It LIABILITIES .& SURPLUS $1.217,349.19 Coast Railway; thence a'N

vantages for the so-called under can't, happen to us b\ft\ 1 dozen -T_ Easterly 10' 13' 46"right Went of along way boundarY'the the said

; privileged have suffered or more nations equallyas RECEIPTS: distance of 17(1.93;
from powerful, thinking the Cash In Banks July 1, 1981............ 85,290.35 point of beginning tt'th'; ':
most burning, looting Received during the period: 'i descrlpton: ; thence continuing
and general 'bell raising and same thing, have gone down Tax Levy North a distance
the drain. Puval County ....................... 91S6.710.S4 irC5'e; North
I the politicians egg them on Bt. Johns County ...*.:................ 14.549.77 87' 41 '0" East a distance of
I by telling (them they are poor, Our only hope is that God Flagler County......................-.. 2.818.4S 250 feet: thence South 10* 13'
Volusla County ..............._._.. 48.914.29 45" East a distance of 450 feet:
i suffering souls and' are more Almighty will send .us a Brevard County ............. 65.S56.03 thence South 87* 41' 30" West.
; than Justified in anything leader with common sense Indian River County ,..-.._.-..:... 16231.63 1 1lilt. a distance of 850 feet to the
they do.Agitators. and of Lucle County ..._................. :31.561.50 I I point of beginning of this de
ability to pull ifs out Martin County ......._........_._._ 13.543.93 scription.
like Stokley Car- the quicksand we are ,in to- | Beach .County ........M-.... 190.810.S9 2. Being a part of the Southwest -
michael arid We need another Washington fim! Y ..). ...._.......... .lb Quarter of Section 3, Township
Raft Countd'
Brown day. ....._:................. 38p240,994,{21.11 1,131.911.87 13 SO East
stump the country urging the or Lincoln but the out and: more particularly described

Negroes to themselves look is not promising. Maybethe Inter.*t Income, ..._................................. 10.868.73 as follows: Beginning at a
arm\ Sale of Land .......-..-....--.....-........... 54.880.00: concrete monument marking the
kill the white l man and take Goo4 Lord is as fed up as Lease of and ......._......._..... .._...........*. 201.00 original\ Southeast corner of the
what is rightfully theirs because most- of us and doesn't care Sale of Sand .......?................-............. 1,735.80 said Section 3, as a. point of reference
Miscellaneous Income ?,_..r.........-..... 61.78 and running thence 87*
they made America anymore. Itelmbtirsemtnt of Expenses .......... 171'00 40' West, along the South line
T-- of the said Section 3, a distanceof
Total Cash July 1, 1968 an4 received 4X78.22 feet to an intersection
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION during period ..._................................. with the Easterly boundaryof
(Act et Oet bet U, IWZi Seetloa 4388, United States Code) DISB EdI way ef
1. Date of Flllngr: August 25 1967. Adm IstratFve Expenses! : the tt0f3at"Lfo"at.tO Railway. ;
... 2. Title of Publication: The Flagler Tribune. 130 \y Bond Premlynn and Insurance thence North 10- 13' 45" West,
3. Frequency of Issue: Weekly. ...-..._...................._............. 111.11 along the said Easterly right of
4. Location of known office of publication: 109 S. Railroad St.. Bun Commissioners'! Per vie moo............ 8.0911.50 way boundary, a distance of
nell' Flagler County, Florida 82010, Box S3. Commlssl nera Mileage .............. 391.10 2211.92 feet to the :point of be
6. Location of the headquarters or general business offices of the EmploytM' Salary ...._-................ 1,787.50 ginning of this description;
publishers: lOt S. Railroad St.. Bunnell, Flagler County Florida. Box Office :Beit ......._._...__.._,...__ 190.11 thence continuing North 10. la1
38. sit Box Rent .-..- 13.50 45" West a distance of 45S,14
6. Names and addresses of publisher: editor and managnlng ,plies & >'rinfne 581.14T feet to the Quarter Section II_
Editor: Leonard R. Wilson 748 Big Tree Road Daytona Beach 1'1x. .. .. ........ .. .:::= thence North 87' 41' 30" Blast! ;,-.,
Publisher The Flagler Tribune Inc. ID ......._..........._..._._..._.. 412.10 a distance ot 450 feet: thenc
Managing Editor: Leonard R. Wilson 748 Big Tree Road Daytona A ting ..................-....... .__.. 600.00M South 18' East
Beach. Fla.Leonard'li.. .............__ ...._..._.. 64.33 tance lt' 5.r feet:' thence;
: 'e tnt Repairs ._......_.__.. 6.00' 14,360.84 South 87' U' ao" West, a distance -
Wilson 748 Big Tree Road. Dayotna Beach, Fla.. 3201*. ot 100 feet; thence North
Joan F Wilson. 748 Big Tree Road. Daytona Beach Fla., 32019. Legal Expenses: !' 10' 18' 41" West a distance
John A" Clegff. Bunnell Florida 32010. Attorneys Retainer ..._._........._... $4,800.00O 450 feet; thence South 87' 41'of
Bunnell Timber Co.. 21i a Railroad Ave- Bunnell, Fla.. 32010. ,. Fees .._._..... _..._ 4.8>>.'l 30" a distance of 350
8. Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders own- BxpVnse' ...............,............._.. 1'11'I. to Welti nt or beginning of feet
Ing or holding 1 'percent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages Postage :................._............_..... 37.93 thlll
or other seucnrltles: ................ ?.....p.._.._...:: 97.95Travel All Meridian
M B. and Eula Fuller 901 E. Lambert Ave.. Bunnell, VIa.,, 32010. : 981.50 nptlc with no variaton
9. Paragraphs 7 and 8 Include in cases where the stockholder or security Legal Advertisements i ::=:.::.=. .: 233.07 offset

holder appears upon the books of the company: as trustee or Miscellaneous ................................... 40.2'6' 10.fr90.00 That on the
In other nducjary relation tb* name of the P "on or corpor I 1 VJ embJ erA.. D.. 1967 between the
lonJ'fo such trueteee acting, also the statements In the Engineering, Surveys & Procurement: noun ot
two paragraphs show the affiant's full knowledge and belief as to General Manager's Sa ry..._.._... 12,600,00 11:00: fclock In the sale forenoo, na Jy
which stockholders Manager's' ...... 2:00 h and
the circumstance and condition under and security Secretary Hilary 3000.08 clock In the
holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as Maps Prints Supplies..............._.... 44.23 I said afternoon_ on
securities in a : other than that of TelephoneTravel the Flag'lertC 4
a trustees bona tide. hold owner.stock Names and and addresses! of Individuals who ar. stockholders ......:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. :::: : n:1: Bunnell Cfront sef

of a corporation which Itself Is a stockholder or holder of Postage and Office Supplies......... aH.53 time or this 'siVfoWrf(
other r the pubMshlns Office Rent & Utilities ._ 2,594.74 > I \ :
bonds have been, mortgages Included or In paragraphs 7 tnll when the Interests corporation of such Miscellaneous ._ ..::::::::_ :::::::. 327.24 P.JIM.to the 'hest bidder eae for
equivalent to 1 perecnt or more of the total amount Equipment & Repairs .. 1.12 cash in hand the
of th stock or securities of the publishing corporation. Dues & SubscriptionsEconomic ..:::::::::::::: 8.06.T: $ real Property above dMj>|bed -

10. Extent and nature of c4reulatw: Survey ...... -_ _.._....... 300.00 UQt hId &I the piper-
4 Freight Rate Computation' .......... 15.00 240'94.8'' KING and HAT'PIp: EI'OOsubf :
(2lsa4 eejgeah taxes and
Miscellaneous Expenses: any. to latl.ty solidiPrior tK1THE
w IZ L oUf Tax Assessor's Fees....................... 4 t P. A. DMiOI4/p1 :
Tax Collector's Fees .. 1 : : I AI Sheriff
A. !!tai No. ooplM printed (Nt pr.*. r1l8)t% 1B.1. Tx Collector's Fees vaReed...?. II $. l: .;. Florida.WA ot l"Ja.ltl'nt
Clreuiatl Wabasao Bridge !ctjon "
;lee throe. dealers aM carriers, Henry Holland Buck AeteicHenry \ L.W: SNEL s.noBSQ "
treet vendors and cowUr p&4e lit er #* .It1' '" !
2. ail subscription I 'II' Holland Buck Dii! hsse.:: I46r1 11 pv<lf Avenue
t n.. \ 1 Office Furniture A nt. Darts.... 1iIe.,1I. F<1IMa
D: Tpeeldied ibution (including MlDpa.l) by Treasury Bills Pure; ............ ..iJlI: ..7.....w on. 19, 26. NIt,. 2. t. .tc
mall. carrier or otherwise _II Hm. -
distribution (sum ot C $ p j 14" 11M) Way Expense _
tal left-ovor. unaccollntil. ...-.d- R'Eot County. ,............:....................
P'after. rlnU..r ce use ,.. .. .. Fee*.........._........... _. _'WIn. : .......
G. tai (lam of I8 & (-sihorsld squat Mot \ "
A :11i! ,Y. TOTAL .
press run shown In ) "" -- t
I certify that the etate..u &. ,: : J...
made by me above are correct v ,... a
and complete. of .D' 1
Yrs. __" R'I'I"' Oe yrr. =#

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BUNNELL LIONSr HONOR ROLL, ", ( net, Bunnell; Janice Minshew,
Lions Club IN
Flagler Bunnell; David Graghan, Bun
r DISCUSS PROJECTS BUNNELL HIGH1st members were the first to nell; Julia Lovelace_, Bunnell; G. Harrell, 69, brotherof

[ The annual Broom, Sale and Six Weeks view: a film showing the capture Walter Jones, Bunnell;,Darrell Mrs. Dean Holland, Bun
Light Bulb Sale sponsored by New Honor Roll Policy: of a freshvatef Pink Britt, Bunnell; Stella Jones, nell,passed away unexpected.
the Bunnell Lions Club were Students must have 90 or Porpoise now in captivity at Bunnell; Henry Bowers, Bun ly Sunday morning.
discussed at the Lions Tues above in' each.and every sub Marineland, at their dinner nell; Charles Williams, Bun- Surviving his wife, Mrs.
day luncheon-meeting at the Ject. meeing Monday night at the nell; Bertha Plummer, Bun Alverda Harrell, Jacksonville;
Pier Restaurant. Marine Studios
Bunnell Civic Center. The Senior High School Grades nell; Douthy Everhart, Flag. four daughters, Mrs. L. P.
broom sale was scheduled for 10.12 Public Relations ler Beach; William Heckman Humphreys and Mrs. Harold
Monday night ait 7:30: p. m. Gary Buckles ,Dave Rodman presented the Flagler Beach; John Durrance, Beck of Jacksonville, Miss Patricia
film taken on an expedition,
when Lions will call house to Nancy Hargett Flagler Beach; Anne Fuller, Harrell, Tallahasseeand
Studios to
financed Marine
house. The light bulb sale Ann Meekins the Flagler Beach; Richard Webb, Mrs. Jack Metcalf Omaha
the Amazon River, where
was set for November 14 at Terry Rawllns Flagler Beach; Evan Yelving Neb! four sisters, Mrs. W.
7 p. m. Lion Willard Tucker Is Junior High School Grades sea animol was captured. ton, St. Augustine! Patricia' J. Hamrick, Washington, D. c.,
chairman. 7-9 Lions President Floyd Collins Hamelman, St. Augustine; Mrs. Dean Holland, Bunnell
Members agreed to enter a Barbara Cowart welcomed nine new members Anthony Nikitas, Daytona Mrs. George Deen, West Palm
r '.Afloat In the Veterans Day Parade Nancy Creal The newly organized Beach; Florence Colby, Or. Beach, and Mrs. A. C. Knight,
November 11. All mem Minnie DeenCatherine club's membership now tot mond; Edwin Mitchell, New Lake Charles, La.; and five
bers will meet at the P. A. Harris als 36. York. grandchildren.
Edmonson home at 7 p. m. Debbie Meekins At a special directors meet. DISMISSED: William Heck Funeral services were held
November 10 to decorate the Suzanne Nelson ing following the dinner man, Anne Davis, Walter Wednesday afternoon at 3:30
float Elementary-Grad" 4.6 meeting plans were formulated Jones, Anna Raymond, In the chapel of Hardage and
Announced there would be Karen Allen for the Charter presentation Louise Cantrell, William Harris sons funeral Home, Jackson.
a board of directors meetingat Sherry Buckles banquet, Monday, Nov. Susan Crews. Jimmie ville with the Rev. C. M. Coal.
I the Edmonson home, 506 Debbie Herr 27 at the Daytona Plaza in Crews, Evan Yelvington Janice son officiating. Masonic rites
E. Palm, Bunnell, at 6 p. m. Kim Knight Daytona Beach. Willie Harris. Minshew, Clarence Shultz were conducted at the grave
Nov. 10.President. Louie Mercer on was appointed chairmanof Ethel McMillan, Vera Smith, side by members of Duval
Edmonson appointed Anita Moore the ,banquet committee. Gregory Crews, Otis Nipper, Lodge 159 F. and A. M.
Don Jordan program Tammy Robertson The directors voted not !to Charles Stuckey, Grace Nip
director.It Daphne_ Rodgers limit the clubs membership as per, Charles Tonkin, Rosely Darrell Britt, Patricia Hamel.
was announced Lion John Kathy West was recommended by the International Cameron, Edward Eatman, man.

i_ Seay had transferred his Mona Wetherington Association, ac
membership to the Flagler cording to John Seay, secre APPLICATIONS, REQUESTED

Beach Lions Club FLAGLER'BEACHELEMENTARY tary. The City' of Bunnell will receive written ap
Randy Morris and Andy
\ Yelvington were guests at WIFE 'OF METHODIST plications for the position of night patrolman un

Tuesday's meeting. HONOR ROLL BISHOP DIED SUNDAY til 4:00 p. m. Monday, November 6, 1967. The

Mrs. James W Henley, wife Board of City Commissioners will interview
ITS STILL CORN First Six Weeks of the resident Bishop of'the applicants
at 8:00 Tuesday;November 7 1967
Grade 3Deborah Florida< Methodist ConferenceJ. p. m. ,
Corn, America's great food Arnold W. Henley, died Sunday in at the City Hall.Applicants .
to the world
gift goes by Joe Miller Nashville Tena after brief
; a
many names. The Dutch, Frank Reynolds Illness. must be at least twenty-one ((21))
Hungarians and Preach sometimes of resident of Flagler County and
Doug Thomas Funeral services were con years age, a ,
call "Turkish
corn Hal Whitaker ducted In Lakeland Wednes bondable.
Wheat. The Turks call It .
Grade 4 day at 2 p. m. at the First CITY OF BUNNELL
"Egyptian corn, and Egypt. t
Brady Fennell Methodist Church.
lane y
say Syrian corn.
Grade 5 ">:'...
Patty Reynolds '
FLAGLER BEACH Cheryl Hoskins i ) !'

Grade C '' ..... .
Cherrie Hanna

SATURDAY. OCT. 28 Rodney Law .' -, c ,
Dale Johnson
A "Favorite Dessert Recipe \ .
Peggy ReynoldsPam
Contest" will be one of the Thomas \ -

highlights of the Flagler Peggy Wilson j

Beach ciation Parent annual Teachers Halloween Asso Mike Frank Abbott Bryan ,: Will Electric Irrigation M .

Carnival October
Saturday; I
Marty Green ,
.. -v
28 at the Flagler Beach Elementary V

School. AIR FORCE BAND TO t. boos Your MoneyCropTI
The contest Is open to all
residents of Flagler County PRESENT CONCERTAT

and everyone is Invited to enter PEABODYThe
their favorite dessert. Entries United States Air Force
must be at the Flagler Band and the Singing Sergeants -
Beach School Cafetorium by under the direction of F't

3pm. Saturday and Judging Major Arnold D. Gabriel, conductor
will take place at 3:30: p. m. will present a concert
Prizes will be awarded to contest Thursday, November 2 at 8
winners and each entrant p. m. at Peabody Auditor
will receive a complimentarygift. ium, Daytona Beach. The concert -
is sponsored as a public
I The Halloween festivities service by the News Journal I
begin with a parade for costumed Corp and admission is free.
youngsters and decorated The Air Force Band, a muse
bicycles at 1:30: p. m. at ical organization, with a remarkable -
the Flagler Beach City Hall. record of achieve

Immediately ollowing the ment, will present two performances -
parade and Judging, !the carnival 1:30 p. m. matinee -
activities' will Include for students and 8pm.
cake walks, booths and games for the general public.
and will get underway in the Tickets are required for the 'i'
school building evening performance and may
The days activities will conclude be obtained from Sgt. Crisp,
'With the showing of a US Air Force Recruiting Of- i .
science fiction movie in the fice, 620 N RIdgewood Ave., t I l'fit

,afetorlum Daytona' Beach.


j THE FLAGLER BEACH PTA CARNIVAL ) j1(I .. ..... ... '

bet lit will!
"Please fill out and, send to Flagler Beach School. All entries become -

the property of the PTA.yhonejffo. .
.. : j
," ., A modern electrically-operated pump and I I Ii

lathe....-.,............t...............,.............;......................-.......... .e7..........-...-. ;E': '"'", i sprinkler system will increase productivity i
,;;:Addr@68. .:1.. ..1.r ...............,...............................................-...................--..........--..- ;?:t--: : and conserve water. You can sprinkle just Ij t
\ .1 the amount you need .where and when j )

: .. .................................................:............._..._p .......,._....- ";' i| water is needed. Night operation can minimize '

Type'ot! Dessert ............................................................. .... .w..... ...- i ." : evaporation loss. !''
'\ : ,, \ Electric motors give dependable perform '
I. anee and peace of mind. Can be controlled'by
h. ; I time-clocks ox float-switches to make t)

1 '",.. irrigation automatic. And now the average |
f. $100 REWARD : ; r. price paid per kaowatt-hour is one-Said

I, FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE AR. law than it, was jaM; 10 years ago.


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