The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00407
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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:' ; ;hc" Tribune. SHELLFISH FOR FLAGLER GIVEN To Enter Legion (

; The Flagler County Health

Department reminds Interest. .Oratory ContestHigh
,. ed persons that with: the shell
I < fish season now open oysters School
I Students of
I VOL. 55 NO. 44 THIIRS DAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1967 S3.50 A YEAR and clams should only be Bunnell have been invited: by
approved Flagler Post 115 of the Amer-

; !!!!!!!!!!!!! '''''!!!!!!!!! !1I! SCHOOL ELECTION ican Legion to compete in the
I iTiIiiTiTiiTiTiiTiTiiTif."tiTiiTiIiiTiTiiTiTiiiiTiiTi1i Farm Bureau Health. The approved area in 31st annual national high

TUESDAY. NOV. 7 Flagler County is as follows: school oratorical contest. The

COUNTY The Matanzas River waters Invitation to enter the
Meeting Draws competition
;, All Flagler County freeholders from Marker No, 97 of the In- was extended today by
are eligible to vote in
tracoastal Waterway south to
Post Commander Levi Bran-
the upcoming District No. 1 Large CrowdA Marker 109 of the Intracoastal

HAPPENINGS Special School Mlllage election Waterway. Long's Creek is nam.

and are urged to do so. barbecue dinner was not included in this approval The contest for Bunnell's
, students has been arrangedwith .
'" t|!lll IHMIM III|!IIII!III|!MI |II!IIIIB.IIpBriTiiuiiii This years ballot shows served to a record crowd of but all other waters lying
:; .rilMiiiirSiiiMiiriiii au .'iii.iiii ii between these 'two markersare the full cooperation of
than 180 attending
4.59 mills at the school more persons local
school officials and Mrs.
I IF '. boards recommended the Flagler Farm Bureau approved.The
levy.- :
"y A committee has been form. Beasley of the Bunnell "
Dinner Saturday
. .. ed to study the possibility of Voters who go to the polls" Annual night at.-Meeting the Bunnell primary reasons why faculty who will assist In; local -
combining two of Flagler other areas south of this area contest arrangements.The .
Nov. 7 will decide the actual Civic Center.
County's three State Parks, district millage they wish to in Flagler County are unsatisfactory subject to be used in

Beach State Park and Bill Eustis told for shellfish harvest. the prepared oration in the f
r Flagler be in effect for the next two Rep. Reedy j,
(' Bulow Ruins State Park. years. Remember the election Farm Bureau members and ing are:. (1) the remoteness of 1968 contest must be on some

". date NOVEMBER 7., guests "It's no longer agriculture the area from inlets which phase of the constitution of /

< A .group of persons from '.-, J it's agri-business. He restricts the exchange of waters the United States, emphasizing

a neighboring, Volusia County said agriculture Is a: billion by tidal action, (2) sub. the duties and obligations '.

t. and two ,Flagler county residents Chamber of ,4 /i dollar business In Florida surface drainage from individ of a citizen to the national

t met Monday afternoon but agribusiness, the transfer ual waste disposal facilities, government. The prepared

at ,the North Peninsula Zon Commerce from the farmer to the ((3) drainage from cattle graz orations must be the original I
Committee office and ing lands and (4) waste from
consumer, is a four billion effort of each contestant, and a
agreed to work together on dollar business. boats. must not require less then 8 ,

.. the project Those present Annual BanquetMore For Information contact nor more than 10 minutes in
I were State Representative Bill The bureau's outgoing president delivery..

Conway; Charles Warner than 80 members and' George Clegg reasserted Sanitarian Gene Holly, Flagler Flagler County County in addtlon to the awards: I
Daytona Beach Realtor Sedg- his faith in the work of
; guests attended the 1967 Annual
p' Health Department, Phone earned by the winners of the t
Ormond Beach the local bureau.
ley Thornbury ;
, Flagler County Chamberof 437.3113, Bunnell Florida. various elimination rounds of
Charles Tracey, secretary of
Commerce Banquet-Install competition, university scholarships
Chaxlton Wall, nominating
the North Peninsula Zoning ation meeting at the Bunnell
of $4,000 .$2,500 !
committee chairman present. 1967 CHRISTMAS ; ;
I.. Commission Ormond Beach; Michael and Murray Flagler Restaurant Thursday night. ed the following slate of 'directors and. $500 ,go.to'the first. thru

Guest Speakes John Smolkoof SEAL CHAIRMAN fourth places, respectively In
for the ensuing year:
I. Beach and E. H. Threadgill,
Florida Development Com the national finals. The top
: Flagler Beach.According L. E. Wadsworth George NAMED
mission described the commissions Clegg, L, O. Robinson, J. B. four youthful orators who

I to Michael' Mur programs and invited Pellicer, John Clegg, Victor Anthony J. Puleo, M. D., has have won in all previous

ray the parks were originallyone Flagler County to work with Cowart, Louis Steflik, Myrl been named 1967 Chairman of elimination rounds of the j

operation and the committees the Development Commissionfor Henry, W. E. Knight, III, Dan the Christmas Seal Campaign contest will vie in the 1968

Intention Is to restore progress in the county. ny Johnston, W. W. Deen, according to an announcement national finals on April 11 at

\the original arrangement, Smolko also reviewed Governor Harold Emery, Raymon Tucker yesterday by St. Paul, Minn.

plus building road linking Kirk's new Community Cordell Robertson, Tom Thomas J. Jenkins Jr., President The American Legion will 1

Old Kings Road with Hwy. Utilization of Potential pro. Le nssen, Lyman Gage, Clifford of, the. Spaceport Area pay expenses of the winners,

: A'lf rf. and connecting the. two gram to the group. Mr. Smol- 'Higglnbotham, ,and WaK Tuberculosis and Respiratory' as they progress in competl-. (

I parks. ,ko was introducted by Dr. ton Kinney. Disease Association. tion, Commander Brannam l

' .... John Canakaris, chamber vicepresident explained. k'
.-' Murray said "The Flagler talent contest Dr. puleo.js an an theslt.
, :; The: sponsor- High '-School students in
, Bunnell High School who
. existence for 13 years since challenged memo won by David Steflik, 14 year named Director of the new are
interested in entering the 1968
,It was conveyed by the Fed. bers and Flagler County political old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pulmonary Function Labora .
competition will find
.'eral Government to the State leaders to promote.a Steflik, Jr.. David Was present. tory sOOn to open at the Halifax complete
government rules and contest information
of Florida for recreation pur study of a more con ed with a $25 cash award. District Hospital. He is
at the school office or
Chairman of the
.poses. Nothing has been done solidated area developmentplan. Other contestants were Marvin Respiratory
from Mrs. Cora Buckles .
Disease Committee of the oratorical
,with the park and (the committees Wadsworth also stateda Clegg and Minnie Deen. chairman.COMMITTEE.
: concensus is to seek progressive chamber Is Spaceport Area Tuberculosisand ,j
Bureau' member Danny Respiratory Disease Association
an overall plan for the area"In
needed to achieve the
. Johnston reported there were and has been Volun- PLANS !
considering the location plishments desired by the. 3 new members this year teen Medical Director of the

\of the two parks it is apparent community. bringing the total to 97. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary FARM CITY WEEK

Flagler County's.representation Newly elected officers and Disease Survey that has Flagler Farm-City commit
I six directors Installed The BUreau 12 .
were by adopted resolutions
on the committee is been in operation since October tee members will meet Friday
John A. chamber direc which will be sent to
very small compared to Volu Clegg, 1966 at the SpaceportArea Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. in the coun
tor. Officers installed were L. Tallahassee to the Legisla
sia .
County's.We Tuberculosis and Respiratory ty commissioners room at the
E. Wadsworth, president;',John ture.
Disease headquartersoffice. courthouse to plan the annual
would recommend the M. Canakaris, vice president; National Farm-City

new committee members consult Tom Lenssen, treasurer. Directors ST. REGIS PAYS ,FLAGLER week observance, Nov. 17.23,
the nine capable were P. A. Edmonson, "Christmas Seals tradition
very : are a according: to Don Jordan, :
members of Flagler County'stwo R. L. McNab, Louis Steflik WOOD GROWERS $256,815 with all of us," says Dr chairman. l

state park advisory Nagl Abraham and Anthony FOR, 'WOOD DURING 1966 Puleo "but few people realize Other committee members '
councils since they are appointed Kahlert. how much good is accomplish.ed .
: to advise on' matters St. Regis Paper Company with them. 80 percent of are' Tillman Robinson G. B.

relating to the use and development FORMER RESIDENT bought some $256,815 worthof the money stays right here in Kelly, Lyman Gage George I
Clegg, Louis Steflik A. B.
of wood in Flagler
parks grown our own area, and 13 percent
'-.-) DIES IN DAYTONAMrs. County during 1966 for its goes to the State Association.The Johnston, Agriculture mein.bers.
kraft mill in Jackson Flagler Beach Mayor I
Rose Franz 96 Culver paper other 7 percent goes (to
.Useless borrow pit s from ville. Herbert Fuller; Bunnell Mayor
the National Tuberculosis
road construction may becomea Manor Nursing Home, Or. Shelton Barber; Chamber

valuable asset for two Flag- mond Beach, died last Wed Most of this wood purchased for important pro of Commerce President L. E. I

ler county residents. Wallace nesday night at Halifax Hospital In Flagler County is jects, including research In Wadsworth; Bunnell Lions J j

Weeks and Walton Kinney after a lengthy illness. handled through Florida Tim. tuberculosis and respiratory Club president P. A. Edmon- '

have ventured into an opera She was a former resident of ber Products, Inc., operated by diseases. I urge everyone to son. ....*.. *
buy and Christmas Seals I
use. ,
tion they hope will prove a Bunnell. John F. Hogan, an independent that others "
,profitable business. Born in Germany she moved dealer shipping wood to BULLDOGS PLAY '
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to Bunnell 50 years ago. St. Regis. Programs now being conducted
They have stocked a 10- She resided in the Blaek Point According: to figures compiled are the pulmonary OVIEDO HERE'
acre borrow pit with 25,060 section of the and later
county recently, St Regis function testing every Thurs- FRIDAY NIGHTThe
fingerling channel catfish. moved on peen Road in Bun. bought some $6.3 million day in the headquarters office

The fish will be fed almost nell. She moved to National worth of wood in 52 countiesin school health programs, Bunnell Bulldogs will

every day for about a year, Gardens about 23 years ago Florida where the eompany educational films and seminars play their last: home game I

harvested and sold for food. where she resided until 1985. owns or controls 600,000 acres for physicians and Friday night when they meet !

The fish are fed a high protein Survivors include a niece, of forested land. nurses. the tough Oviedo (team at 8

diet especially preparedfor Mrs. Rose Rittllngmaier, Yonkers The company manages p. m. at Bulldog Stadium. I

cs thab. N. Y.Funeral. about 45,000 acres of taxpaying P.T.A. EXECUTIVE The Bunnell team will travel I
services were held land in Flagler. County, to Hastings Nov. 10 for a

They !have run into several Tuesday at 11:00 a. m. at and it has a forest headquarters MEETING NOV. 6 conference game with. Hastings .

problems with their Interesting Woodward Lowther Funeral near Hastings. ; Callahan Nov. 17 for
Mrs. R. F. McDaniel Bun-
new venture. They had Home, Ormond Be I. Burial Landowners and tree farmers another conference tilt. ;
nell Parent-Teachers Association
eo rid the newly created lake was In Espanola CMy, may secure forest management '
has called
of the grown Aril (already with Butt H. Rider, Mttwrirt advice and counselat president a APPOINTED TO
meeting the executive
existinfl in the pits with Witness Church, Ormond no charge from St. Regis eon- } I
mittee 7:10
Monday, Nov. 6 at PARK BOARD
it Beach, officiating. foresters dealers !I
ctaretaAfe befoe Mocking or shipping I II
p.m. meeting will be in I ,
with <*tfeh. They also discovered Pallbearers were V. Liz, wood to St. Regis. the Bunnell High School library Mrs. Louella Fleurie, at "
the infected wskl, M. Gordon, F. Battfcrti, The owns controls
cattyh were company Mrs. McDaniel said. Flagler Beach, has been aj* .'
with a fungus disease F. Horack, M. Barber and C. 1.6 million acres of pointed to the Flagler Beach t

which they now have under ....... woodland in the Southeast. The nne regular PTA meet State Park Advisory Council 1

control. St. Regis. wood Is made into ing will be Monday, Nov. X cording to State Park Director

MAM SVPPR 'JOIt.111t more than 5,000 consumer at 7:80 p.m. In the Bunnell Bill Miller.

This be reported to be the The ladies Guild of the products, ranging from paperto school cafeteria. Mrs. Fleurie and her family \I

flrrtj! OMMMKial eatftrii industry Community Memorial Churchof lumber to perfume Mine; The PTA Membership drive are enthusiastic I '
et this type to be developed Flagler Beach will of these campeitt
serve a products are manu.factured now underway will continue hawing camped from Canada
In this area of the Ham Dinner tonight (Thursday by at Regis and through Nov. 3 and all parents to Mexico and she 18 dM iy
state and definitely a first for ) at 6 at the Church. of
p.m. some them by other com are urged to Join the association. interested in outdoor
recreation -
Flagler County. Good Luck. The public Is invited. panies. facilities.



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2. 1967I
2-TI1:! nACLI:1 rUJuu I ". J!';' "THUBSYEMBER,
iim>#t 3Hlaglrr IriblultINCORPORATED I, ., ., .J ; L1
Too Late


To Classify BarBQue'dEa.
BY RuBMll rat Editor and Publisher scwINe. fffeiCljrt
While we gleefully bounce Newt Editor
along the road to Inflation a Bar.B-Qued '
and continue rto throw .
Decimated Bew p i*r for all
our money to the four winds I.eRal Aher..I.s SPARE RIBS lb. 98C
like It really grew on trees ,
and our national debt seemsto Entered at second .Iall matter
be shooting for the moon February 6, 1911. a t the pO It-
and will probably reach it before office at BunnelL Florida, under
we ever get a man there, Act of March 3. 1$76. U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL
we might stop and count our CUT"k.
lOe Per' Copy
the O>. Year ......-..f3.GOlis lb. 89
claim :
Uncle Sam can Moath ...' .00 ,
Oscar as the "King of Suck. O.tolde Flakier Ountr
ers". In two world wars we $.00 Per Year 11' 1"
bailed out our so-called allies .
and loaned them billions lence. National productionsoars
plus additional billionswe but it has a hard time :
gave them outright.If keeping pace with !the slipping iiiDji STEAKS Ib.89
we could find a good col. dollar.
lection agency to turn our bad Congress sensing public unrest ; .
debts over to and they were tells LBJ that they will
successful in collecting what not approve any increase in'
U. S. D. A. Choice
Is owed us and took a juicy taxes unless he agrees to stop
commission for their work, we Federal spending so politically .
still could go a long way wise LBJ says O. K. we will CHUCK STEAKS lb. 59Choice
toward paying off the nation. start with your own pork barrel .
al debt and might even bal. local appropriations for
ance the budget if somebodyput roads, public buildings and
handcuffs on LBJ and the like. Congress, of course,
Congress until they came to screams Its head off as do the
ther senses. municipal and state agencies. Juicy Lyke' "PURE PORK"SAUSAGE
We scream about honor and How Is Noble Congressmanever
national obligations. We must going to get reelected if ALL MEAT STEW
keep our sacred word, so we he can't throw millions of
fight in Vietnam and try to support to his district? And lb. 1 lb.
fulfill the unlimited promisesof you, my friend, back them for 6ge Roll 3ge I
the Great Society. How fear you might lose a coupleof _
about asking some of our no- dollars.

tie understanding allies like.' At,the end of the day no LEAN WESTERN "BOSTON BUTT" IDEAL FOR BARBEQUE
Great Britain, France and body is to blame for the situation .
Russia to pay us what they but the poor dumb
owe us instead of Insulting voter who selfishly thinks PORK ROAST lb. 49
and kicking us around? only of his own program and
In my book, modern diplomacy forgets that in the end he is
doesn't make much paying the bill.
sense. The more we help our
America needs statesmen,
friends and neighbors the but where are they? TURKEY AND Ibs. NECK BONES-RIB TIPS, Ib.$*r OO
more they curse and abuse all us. PIG FEET TAILS.... 4 FRYER BACKS................. 5
Finland alone among our
debtors has made an effort to
pay off. CLASSIFIED Hormel (WITH BEANS) ,..

used The to American be "King of dollar the Road"Is that ADVERTISING CHILI 3 15 Cans oz. 'I00 MAXWELL HOUSE

now snubbed and discount.
ed. The whole world Is sitting II L rke's 12 oz. Can COFFEECORNED
back waiting for Uncle Samto

go broke. They Joyously RATE-ic per word. Minimum BEEF Ea. lb.
watch him pay thirteen bil charge per issue $ ,. 1 Tin 4ge
lion dollars in Interest on! bore
rowed money and enjoy FOR SALE-New McCulloch Kraft Pint Jar Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
watching taxpayers squirmas outboard engine and boat.
they try to make an honest Buddy Knox, Bunnell American MAYONNAISE Ea. 3ge
living and still meet the de. Service Station. Phone
mands of their political leaders 4373652. Oct. 262tc.
for more and more money.In Jolli-Pac Giant Twin Pack Pillsbury' (Sweet or Buttermilk)
the meantime ,business, FOR RENT-Small furnished POTATO
Apt. with Garage. Ocean front, CHIPS Each
industry and labor claw at canal back, city water. $35.a Jar.BISCUITS
each other's throats for more
month plus utilities. Mrs.
profits and more pay and ben Leeta Guiliettl, Beverly Beach. Co-Ed (Save 39c) ((12 oz.
efits, and to hell with the 8 oz.
country. What's the use, we Phone 4392159. 10-19-tf HAIR DRESSING Each 5ge 4 Cans 35'
are more prosperous than at LOST-Two hounds, 'black
anytime in our history, why and tan and Walker, in vicinity
can't everybody ''be a million. of Hargrove and Hunter
sire? Why worry about tomorrow pastures last weekend. If DIXIE CRYSTAL

if you can get yours found call Don Jordan, FROZEN FOODSMorton' -
today. 4373815. Nov. 2 Itp SUGAR
Medicare brought us double

bills.brought Industrial us strikes and growth vio- ZAG SEWING MODELZIG MACHINE. Sib. 3ge POT PIES 4 8 oz.Pkgs... 8ge

Blind stitches, buttonholes,
decorates, etc. Original price Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order Minute MaidORANGE 12 oz. Can
$300. Has balance $61.20 or
reliable party in this area can JUICE Each
assume $8. mnthly payments. FRESH PRODUCE 3ge

Phone Jacksonville COLLECT U. S. No. 1POTATOES
3531946. Ask for Credit Man-
RUgD p s ager. Will deliver, no obliga- Ib. Pill bury'. (Plain or S. R.)
ta tion. Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 5tc 10 Bag 39C

2 Bedroom unfurnished house Fresh Local TURNIP FLOUR

back of Brannam's Grocery. MUSTARD Bunch
Contact Duane Deen, 437.3228, COLLARD GREENS 3l: ._., '
evenings. 10-19-tf Yellow Cooking 5&49t

Flagler TribuneBUNNELL SEPTIC fields Installed TANK cleaning; Rota-Roter; drain ONIONS 3 Bag lb. 29c Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

snail shell. Reasonable prices.
PHONE 437-3182 Call George Jarosz, 437.3410


K. CRAIG. Funeral Btoetor

JOHN CAPO, M--..c: null Il



PItetM ID 7MMm i.00 .-..-1:00 p... U.S. N.. BUNNKLL

'fc' HOOD ..va. ._... PLOMM Quantity Right K.. rveJ Pries Good NovwnW 2, 3, 4, 5'a.d 8, Iff

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National March Dimes Child Marine Corporal Erick S.
of Kulesld, son of Mr. and :Mrs.
H. F. Kuleskl Sr. of 619 New
Timothy'Faas, a 4yearold '- : Hampshire Ave., Flagler
: California: swinger who .." ..,. Beach is with Marine TOYOUR
likes his muse loud and ,." ... .,..'.' .
Medium Helicopter Squadron-
fast, has been chosen as the n ... .. : ,: 362, Marine Aircraft Group 16

1968 National March of I' I\: First Marine Aircraft Wing at

Dimes phild'for the 30th <'ik <\ ,' Phu Bal, Vietnam.
l "'''.'' :::,: :.. ;"
Anniversary campaign. 'Xil..f :
".. :. His squadron provides helicopter
Despite leg-paralyzing J :.. .'......; <
defect Timmy thrives on the )Y r( transport of personneland HOME
up-tempo? of California living.A ; cargo during ship-to
problem'he still must solve is shore movement and within .4 CALL US OR,FREE. STIMAH I
finding the hours for all he an objective area.
t wants to dp. There are'games h M ; In addition to attacking HOME INSULATING CO.
to' be played outdoors and .\
357 Andrews St Ormond Beach
and install-
books to..be' colored inside, enemy personnel
: visits to Sunday School and atlons, aircraft of the First Office 672-0745 Homo 2553232OW
Disneyland, Beatle records for Marine Aircraft Wing airlift
f dancing and favorite television troops to battle zones, evacuate -
programs to watch. personnel, fly resupply m-COIIMIMO
But Timmy's. --mental. go- missions and provide close FIBERGLAS
-* power is. sometimes slowed \ .,
'!down by'his",physical handi- : air support for U. S. Marines
I caps.. His active routine must .' '\. \ and allied ground forces en. /"" .
,stop.' every day far physical .' "..... gaged in combat operations
therapy at home well 'i
as as
regular visits to a March of .. .... \ i..
Dimes Birth Defects Treatment : \ :
Center in Los Angeles. ..\:
Timmy who has been an t' NIOw :
outpatient at Orthopaedic Hospital \
.since infancy representsthe '
: quarter of a million children e. ;
,born every year in this ;,,

country with a birth defect LOOKING AHEAD to th. 1968 March of Dime campaign against
The March o( Dimes supports
nearly 100 research and treatment birth defects an Timothy Faas, 4, National foster Child from .
centers in its campaign to Whittle -Calif., and Dr. Oliver Nichols, assistant program director IS THE "
overcome the tragedies of birth for the March of Dimes Birth Defects Treatment Center at Ortho .'f\.;
defects. paedic Hospital in Los Angeles. w
? w4
The handsome outgoing little
boy has never''known a world must wear a spread-a-bar on at the Fifth Ward on Santa Fe. :
,without doctors hospital waiting his feet although casts have Road in Whittier.His TIME
rooms and heavy leg braces: helped the clubfoot condition. favorite foods include :
Timmy was born with club- None of this seriously impedes hot dogs, chocolate milk, tacos .
foot and open spine, a spinal Timmy's pursuit of the and,anything sweet
disorder :which caused paralysis good things of life as seen Young Timmy will bring experience -
of his legs; ,Hydrocephalus, through the eyes of a small to his role as Poster
""water on the brain," developed :- boy. Even though he must Child for the coming year. In TO SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE, .
later but was arrested move slowly across a play 1967 he was named Poster Boy ..
spontaneously.His ground he has never' beenallpwed for Los Angeles County ,and ': "
parents, Mrs. to think of himself as learned to shake famous hands. OFCHRISTMAS .
Michael Faas of Whittier,began .''different" Nor do his parents with ease. _** w- ,
bringing Timmy to the March treat him any differently from When the' March Of Dimes
of Dimes Center at Ortho his: brother. Mikev, a normal campaign opens in January
paedic Hospital when'he was 6-year-old, in the first grade. Timmy hopes to visit the White
five months old.They'were liv: Timmy enjoys announcing House and meet President CARDS'
ing in Maimi, Fla., when he, that he wants to be Tartan Lyndon B. Johnson as part of
was born but /returned to when he grows up. By way'' of a month-long tour of cities
southern California to be near emphasis, he pounds his chest around the country. AND
their families. and gives the ape-man yell. He The tour will emphasize the
Timmy already had undergone -, also likes to swing into the"Jerk" continuous work carried on by LETTERS
successful surgery to repair with his aunt, Vicki the March of Dimes to rid so-
his open spine,but doctonin and the two of them have ciety of birth defects-the
Florida doubted that he worked out a special arrange- Great Destroyer The voluntary '
would ever walk; and gave him I"ment. His musical loyalties are health organization has devoted .', I 1f-,,"*"1* We have a complete and tasteful selections'
e a 50 per cent ch'ance of leadinga divided between the Monkeesand its resources and energyto '" f'rt personalized; Christmas Cards and HolidayLetterKeaUs '
normal life.Through I the Beatles.In this fight since the polio vac- .
.. the efforts. of his quieter moments, he likesto cine halted the menace of Infantile ... .:. designed for everyone.
medical team, Timmy walks color, be Td: to. or. play paralysis. Its national 't* '
well today with the .help of with his black poodle, Touche. program provides for medicalcare ffio' <* Christmas greeting message for business
full leg. braces,wooden crutches Timmy and. his brother were research and education to ,'firms. printed with your own message if desired.
and a body corset with aback baptized in the Mormon Church combat the hundreds of kindsof ', ,
'brace extension. At night he and he atten.:. primary class birth defects. Stop in and look through our 1968 colorful

.. albums of greeting cards.

"A BONE BROKE- CLAY COUNTY HIGHGIRLS Green another.Cove standout girls for the ,, THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE ,

St. Augustine High School

often have you heard BALL,,TOURNAMENTA wound up in second place, .

someone say of an elderly taking Orange Park, Taylor
person "He fell and broke his top-notch Clay County High School of Pierson, and
hip"? The State, Board of High sextette, sparked by the Bunnell, after their first loss
Health says it's frequentlythe outstanding play of Nancy to Clay County in the second '
other around: a bone Sirmons, went all the way round. The maroon-shirted
without a loss in the October
broke and caused the fall. '' St Augustine girls played
7' Florida Girls Conference fine ball but seemed to break
And Just as often, a bone Volleyball Tournament to under pressure. RESIDENTS OFFLAGLER
can be broken by a sudden (take home a well-deservedwinners'
movement of a slight shockto trophy. Tied for third place were
such stumbleor Bunnell and Orange Park with
the body as
Possessed with a smashing, COUNTY
being thrown about in a two wins and two losses,
well-placed overhand serve. while Taylor, St Joseph
car. Nancy gained ,many pointsfor Academy, and Florida Schoolfor
The trouble, says Dr. JamesE. her team in that department the Deaf were unable to TO ATTEND THE

lghum: director, of the ; but proved herself get enough games in the win
board's. Bureau of Adult. equally capable'in either the column. VOLUSIA COUNTY FAIR
Health and Chronic Diseases, set-up or spike play as well.
Is a bone conditionwhichmay Teammate Flora Looney was Immediately following the

be often avoidable- hormore production after men. tournament their, the All-Star coaches announced AND YOUTH SHOW i
called osteoporosis '(ahs-tee- opause. Conference .
team choices, as fol. .'
oh-po-ROW-sis). It generally "Of great.:.importance is a lows: Nancy Sirmons and '
affects persons over 40, hits nominal amount of regular
Flora Looney (Clay County NOVEMBER 6.11
25-30 cent women
per exerice because this strengthens High); Susie Seaman (St.
15.20 per cent of the men; bones and the body in Augustine High); Susie Bigs-

and is more widespread arthritis. than The general," he said. "Bone lost bee (Orange Park); Ruby HIGHWAY 92 EAST-DELAND

diabetes or in a young person can grow London (Bunnell) and Sarlto I ,
spine is usually\the first place back. In an older person, it Nouel (St. Joseph Academy).
i affected and the thinned may not, Many oases are due Receiving honorable mention HUNDREDS OF EXHIBITS
bones can cause back pain. to inactivity. Norlean
solely votes were : Elliott
The'pelvis, legs and arms are t (Clay County) Linda PottsSt.
affected ''hTwe ;a&0 ptte r,, important
next ? '''t'- preventive' tnee&trres: several ( Augustine)i Brenda Town- -Education and Youth

It may be detected by x- glasses of milk a day (skim send (Bunnell) and Stacy of
r.ay-and frequently is discovered watch- Orange Park
if you must your -Agriculture Livestock
when an x-ray is tak. weifht a diet with, adequate Hosted by St. Johns River -
en for some other purpose because D and C vitamins be. Junior College in Palatka, the

the condition doesn'talways OhM D, is mecessary to promote tournament marked the first .: Business: and Industry.
pain at first Ones difficulty the of .
body's absorption competition of the school year : I
Dr. Fulfhum said, is C; or possibly calcium_lets. for the fledging conference.

that by the time symtomsshow Fluroides are being ustd with Players and coaches were OPENS 'MON. NOV. 6 4:00 P. M
up, such as low back Exercise :
good result in some cases. high in their praise of S UC'.
ads.* pusen'mpr,have lost and an adequate diet handling of the! tournament.
much as 20 pw otnt of' his can go a long way ,toward Miss Pat Wilson and Miss Jo
calcium.Causss'. staving off (this coneUtfan in Ellen Nader, both of the T. V. and RADIO STARSDeggeller's

are a decreaip in many persons. But if JPV have ,Health and Physical Education
caktom absorption doto back pain, are losing sMteht Department, organisedand
faulty bodily processes; not And you can't esga** InIB ran the evnt with the Magic MidwaySthinging
Bjfliifti ealdura intake; IBS)*. a y* tfctftk is Mmal; activity help of a flijs). jpoup of officiating

whrttytt a decrease in female see your physician.- stUden .

I'J ,! drll"" l tgiiU i,
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Director: of Instruction of Elizabeth Smythe,
Flagler County Schools Wal Bunnell, antique collector and
s ter S. Morris was In Clear. dealer, recently exhibited her
water Sunday (through Wednesday collection<. the Cocoa Beach
attending a. State Antique Show and Sale at the

LOC rLS Educational meeting. Ramada Inn, Cocoa. ,Mrs.
: Smythe ,displayed old buttons
FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB and miscellaneous' antiquesat
Po4-L. r :JJI.
EXECUTIVE MEETINGThe the Cocoa, showing.The .

Harry Atkinson spent the Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bat. executive board of the varied button! collection

weekend in Rocklngham, N. ten, Bay City, Texas visited in Flagler Woman's ,Club met includes unusual studs and
C. where he attended the Flagler Beach last week with Wednesday morning to complete rare Confederate buttons. Her
Rocklngham 500 car races Ws brother, Mr. and Mrs. Albert plans for a rummagesale Interest in antiques started as
Saturday.Mrs. Batten. Also spendingthe scheduled for November a hobby and she now operates .
weekend at the Batten 3 and 4. The sale will startat an antique shop in her

Paul Stanlstt Bunnell, home were their son and 10,00 a. m. at the Flagler home on Deen Road, Bunnell.
and her daughter Katherine, daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Woman's Club Thrift Shop, S. The 'collectors novel button
Cape Kennedy College, Cocoa Bill Batten of Maltland. Central and 4th streets. at collection will be on display
Mrs. Mary E. Bross, John
Beach, spent the weekend in, Flagler Beach. Proceeds will this weekend, Nov. 3.5,at the
Anderson Highway Flagler
Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. Friends of Mrs. Robert be used for club projects.The second annual Putnam Coun
Beach has announced the engagement
David Burnsed and daughters. Read, Flagler Beach will be of her daughter, regular business meetIng ty Historical Societys Antique
While there they attended theUniversitY sorry to ,lean she is a sur Barbara Ann, to Pvt. Dorsey will be held Wednesday, Show at Ravine Gardens in
of Florida Homecoming gical patient at U.s. Naval. Palatka.
Wayne Fuller. Nov. 8 at 2 p. m. at the club-
festivities. Hospital In Jacksonville.A-10 Room Her Born in Lebanon, Pa., Miss house. Mrs. H. C. Heydt, pres. Mrs. Smythe Is' a memberof
address is Bross moved to Flagler Beachin ident will preside. the ,National Button Society .
Mr.. and Mrs. Wilford Will- 2-A I 1955 and is attendnlg Bun. ; Florida State Button

ete, Detroit, Mlchv have purchased Duncan and Patti Re. nell High,School. FLORIDA FARM BUREAU' Club and".the Central'' Florida",
the Harbert home on Titusville the ,Pvt. Fuller Is the son of' Mr.: CONVENTION NOV. 5.7 Button Club.UNDERGOES.
of spent
Deen Road from Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Bernard Fuller of
weekend with Susie's grand. The state's largest farm organization
Walter Wilkins and plan to
Saint Augustine. He attended! SURGERY ,
mother Mrs. C W. Duncan at
the Florida Farm
move into their new home as school in St. Augustine and
soon as remodeling work v is Massles Motor Court. Flagler is ,now stationed In, Vietnam. Bureau Federation will hold Richard Yelvington, Miami,
completed. Mrs.: Willette is Beach. with the U. S. Army. its annual convention in son of Mrs. Laurie Yelvington
Mrs. Wilkins' aunt. Hollywood, Nov. 57. The Farm Bunnell, 'underwent emergency
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dun. Bureau represents more than brain surgery last week at
PvJ. Johnnie Pellicer, US son and children of Crete, FINESSE BRIDGE 35,000 families. Mt. Slant' Hospital In Miami.Mr. .
Army, Ft. Benning Ga. was Illinois are visiting at St. CLUB WINNERS Yelvington was stricken

home for the weekend. Johns Park with Mr. and Mrs. Alice Johnston was, ,high: MARK ENSLEY HONOREDON suddenly and underwent

/ Walter Dunson.Mr. scorer when ithe Finesse BIRTHDAY FRIDAY surgery for removal of a
Fred White, Bunnell, is visiting Bridge Club met Monday eve-i, blood clot last Monday.Mrs. .
in Holly Hill.,. C. with and Mrs. Louis Barrs, ning at the home of Mrs. Mark Ensley was honoredon Yelvington was visit.
his son and daughter in law, former Bunnellltes now livingin Walter Morris, Chapel St. his sixth ,birthday Friday ing in Miami with her, sod
Mr. and Mrs. Joe White and last weekat : afternoon at a birthday party'at
Leesburg, spent Bess Estes was second high. when he became ill.
Beach State Park.
family. their home here on Lambert The group will meet next
i Ave. week ,at the home of, Mary Enjoying a weiner roast and
Mrs.' Sam Watts, Deland, Gurnee, Palm" Circle, ,Flagler party refreshments with the BACK IN VIETNAM

visited here, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Craig Beach. honoree were Mrs. Joann Lance Cpl. Tommy McDan-

Huck and Maryann Meekins spent the weekend in Belle Branch and Tammie Atkins, lei, US. Marine Corps, son of
and family at (their home at Glade with their son In law VISITING IN VIRGINIAMrs. Bunnell; Chip Ensley, Mrs. Pat Mr. and Mrs. R. F.. McDaniel,

Flagler Beach. and daughter, Billy and Carol Goodman and children Janice, Flagler Beach, is serving his
Ethel Lee Whitaker
Tina Jeff and Terry, Mrs.
Deen and daughter Caroline. second tour of duty In Viet.
Mrs. Hazel Stuckey, Mrs. accompanied her son in law Ruth Danrner and children nam in the Security Sectionof
Bertha ,Mlnchew Criss Clifton Leanard Moody( Alexandria, Robin and Kevin, Mrs. Ann. the US Marines.He .
Mrs. Vernon Brinson has returned
and Mr..and ,Mrs. F. H. Wat- Va. where she will visit at the ette Fennell and son Billy,
ere spent the weekend in Astor to her home here froma Moody home for several Iris Parrish, Dina Zamba, Mrs. is stationed at Da Nang
two week's vacation spentin weeks. and his address Is: III ;M. A. F.,
at Mrs. Stuckey's home Kathy Watson and daughter
there. Alabama, Mississippi, Leonard was called to Bun. Mary, Ann Wilder, Jimmy H. S. Co. Security, Fleet Post
Loulsana and Macclenny, nell last week due to the illness Laing Charles Ferrell, Mrs. Office, San Francisco, 96602.
Fred Talbott has enrolled at Florida, visiting: with friends and death of his father, Sue Baldwin and daughters The corporal surprised his
and relatives. George Moody. parents with a telephone call
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Anita and Eleanor, Mrs. Win.
Institute Daytona Beach. \ { nie Duensing and children via( radio) from Da Nang.
Fred\ ', .
,' last '
week. ,"
,has over 100 hours of flying Mrs. Lucille Taylor? Jack- WSCS CHURCH Randy and Sandy.
time to his credit and is work. sonvile, spent several days PROGRAM PLANNED.
ing for his commercial li. last week with her mother, CELEBRATESWEDDING DON JORDAN WILL
cense., Fred has expressel an Mrs. Stella Jones, Bunnell. "Know Your Church" will ANNIVERSARYMr. ADDRESS FtAGLER
Interest, in forming a private Mrs. Jones underwent surgeryat be the topic of the program GARDEN CLUBBERS
flying club and interested Bunnell General Hospitallast presented, by Mrs. Reynold and Mrs. Herbert Allen
is asked to onyone contact,him. week. Hoover and Mrs. Vernon Raymond celebrated their 28th wedding Donald F. Jordan, Flagler
; Thursday, Nov. 9 at the anniversary Wednesday, Octo. County Agriculture Agent will

Sara Rodgers of Titusville Freda Deen, Jeanette Bertha Flagler Beach Womens Society ber 25 at a party given by be the guest speaker at the
spent the weekend here with and Katherine Bankston visit. of Christian Service. their daughter, Elizabeth, at Flagler Beach Garden Club
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. ed in Winter Park Sunday The meeting will 'be in the the Allen home, N. Railroad meeting Tuesday, Nov. 7 at
C. Rodgers.Joe with Freda's daughter, Delores Fellowship Hall of the Flag. Aye., Bunnell. 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs.
ler Beach Methodist Churchat Alfred Juengllng
Friends and Central
Deen at Rollins College, and family members -
9:30 a. m. Hostesses will be Ave., Flagler Beach.
and Linda Gill of Mi in Orlando with Mrs. Molly joining the couple for the
ami visited in Bunnell duringthe Spencer. Mrs. Lynn Clary and Mrs. celebration were served cake, Co-hostess at the meeting
weekend ''with her, grandmother Mildred Sergeant. ice cream and coffee. wil be Mrs.: Gilbert Frank.

Mrs. Daisy Buckles.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dillon
Providence, R. I. are visiting -
and Ms. Tom Holdenare here with hen mother, Mr. and Mrs. Howard McDonald Morgan Peavy, son of Mr. O. F. ALFORD

staying at Ormond Beach Mrs. Daisy Buckles. Weekend Anderson Indiana' and Mrs. Howell Peavy, Bun. RegUtend
this week to manage Black's houseguests of Mrs. Buckles have arrived at Flagler Beach nell, left Monday morning for Real Estate
Pharmacy while their son In were her son in law and and will stay at Prather's Fort Campbell, Ky. where he BrokerBunnelL
law and, daughter, Sam and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Brady Trailer Park. Mr. McDonald is will, undergo basic training Florida

Eleanor Black are attendingth Wadsworth and family : of the brother of Mary McDon with the United States Army. ...... ... ..
National Association of Retail Jesup, Ga. aid, Flagler Beach: Their son
Druggist convention in Buddy McDonald accompaniedthem

Houston, Texas. The Holdensare CHURCH RUMMAGE on the (trip to Florida
staying at the Black's and will remain for a week's Flagler
home with their grandchild "' visit before returning to An. ,
ren., FOR NOVEMBER 15.16 derson.

. Visiting at the W. W. Deen The Flagler Beach Com LEWIS EDWARD Agency Inc.
home munity Memorial Church ,
Sunday evening were WADSWORTH IV
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walker of plans to have a RummageSale
Palatka and Herman McNeill Nov. 15.16 at Ninth Stand Mr and Mrs. Lewis Wads- All Forms of Insurance _

of New York City. South Central Ave., Flag. worth, III, Bunnell, are the 105 North ''
Bay Street '
lear Beach from 10 a.m. until ,proud parents of a son born : Phone 437-3171

Cora Buckles will attend a I 4 p.m. Saturday October 28 at 8:24p. : Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIRSAUTO.rASUALTY
dinner-reception Saturday in The sale will be held in a m at Flagler Hospital in t
Winter Haven honoring Lucy garage next door to the Bur St. Augustine.He BONDS
ton Goodwin home 810 (South
Mae Knox, who was recently weighed eight pounds
elected National Director VIP Central Ave. Donations may and four ounces at birth and
of the the Honor Society of be left at the above addressor was named Lewis Edward

Women Legionnaires.Mr. donors may contact Mrs. Wadsworth IV.
Salah Dickinson; 209 Second Paternal grandparents are

I and Mrs. Buddy Mc. Street, Flagler Beach. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wadsworthof after you see
Farland had as their weekend Bunnell. Mr. and Mrs. Bill

guest, Mrs. Mabel Allcott of THANKS Lassiter, Atlanta, Ga. are the your doctor. .,. ,
Cocoa Beach. maternal grandparents.

The family of Carl 11. Rob. bring your
Weekend house guests of Inson wish to extend our THANK YOU
Mrs. Edna Carroll and Carl heart felt thanks and appreciation I would like to take this prescription to
Carroll were Mr. and Mrs. J. to alj those who sent method of thanking all my
B. Gamble, Jr. and son Brian, flowers and condolences upon friends and neighbors for their C twa
Live Oak. the death of our loved one. card, flowers, and prayers
Special thanks to the doctors, during my recent stay in the '
011 and Lil Hctsey' and nunee' and staff at Bunn ll hospital. .Ii. j

G. H. and Margaret Knight General Hospital. Your 1hougMfuln will I M i ;
wife Flynn Thank you. always be Nm..."u.e.d.
a"d prtI .
InTal' i Shfrfoy MalpHtm Robfaixn Thank 3IDU, : ,;

-. and famAv. I'j' \ ei ae )Isai.r4 3
'., i,1
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Weekly SermonRev. -
Social Security "

I Oliver F. Taylor. Pastor '

N..EWSQ. : Bunnell Methodist' Church ,(Quantity Right

have a heart conditionand
I METT S ***
have been buying over The family is the basic
Prices Good
$30 worth of prescriptiondrugs group of mankind. It is with. TOP
a month from my drug. in .the family that children Thurs., Fri., Sat.,
gist. My doctor !tells me I will learn moral law and respect VALUE and Monday,
have to take this prescription for God. Therefore the fam SUPER MARKET
Nov. 2 3 4 and
perhaps rest
indefinitely, ily holds a place of grave responsibility
of my We. Will my medical In relation to the STAMPS' 6, 1967
Insurance pay these "drug" children. 103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201
costs? : Children are not as easily ,
A. No. There Is provision fooled as some adults think.
In the medical Insurance coverage Often times a child is quickto FLORIDA GRADE "A"I' ,
to pay the costs of prescription see danger signs in regardto ,
drugs.Q. the continuity of the fam
I have had .my eyes ily. A child generally knows
checked and I find that I need when parents do not show a FRYERS lb. 29
glasses. Will medicare reimburse respect for each other. Hus
me for the cost of the bands and wives teach more ,
examination and the'glasses? to their children than they '
A. No. Routine eye exami. often have an awareness of. "
nation and glasses are not included Proper respect of the parents FAMILY 5 Ib. $I 69' Whole
under the medical Insurance for each other is reflectedIn PACKAGE Bag..............._.._.._...
coverage. However, if day to day living. Every
glasses are necessary because child has an opinion of how
of an Injury to the eyes, the his parents love each other,
cost of examination, treatment and also know if this trust is "
and the glasses would be covered bound through God. True love '
because of an injury to reflects a selflessness of character Liver : 39 ,
the eyes, the cost of examina as opposed to the selfishness
tions treatment, and the exhibited in so many
glasses would be covered by lives. The love of God reflects
the medical insurance. Itself In a life filled with prop.
Q. I have medical ,insur er love for mate and off. LEAN BOSTON BUTT k
ance. While on'vacation I had spring. "And these words '
the misfortune to fall off a which I command you this

steep embankment while day shall be upon .yur heart"Deuteronomy PORK ROAST I ,' 49
walking along a mountaintrail. 6:16. Lb.
I could not be moved
until I had been examinedand FARM BUREAU
put in "splints" by a doc '
tor. Are these doctor services ,ELECTS OFFICERSLouis LEAN r.
covered by medical Insurance

A. ?Yes they are. Doctor president Steflik of the Flgaler was elected County
Farm Bureau by the boardof PORK STEAK S9
them services as, emergency whether;, you treatmentat receive directors at 'a meeting Lb

the scene of an accident, Tuesday night. George Clegg,
outgoing president was elect
at your home, at the doctor's
office, or in a hospital, are president.
Others elected to the
covered by medicare. Doctor's serve H
services rendered for an ill 1967.68 year were Danny
Johnston, secretary; Don Jordan
ness or an Injury are coveredby
medicare.rendered during If these the servicesare course Harold, executive Emery, secretary treasurer. and Lb.

The directors appointed Mr.
of a routine physical examination
and Mrs. Frank Steflik Jr.
they excluded from
medical' insurance are coverage.Q. delegates to attend the State Lean Meaty (Pork) Pure Pork"Homemade)

I was taken !to the hos, Farm Bureau Convention In $ Pan Lb.
pital for emergency treatmentby Hollywood, Florida Nov. 46. NECK BONES 5Lbt I SAUSAGE 2 9ge
The Steflik's son, David Stef
ambulance. Can I claim
reimbursement under my lik will compete in the State World's Best Fresh

medical insurance for the cost Farm Bureau Talent Contest Ground u,_. Lb.
involved? al: the convention. BEEF 2 9ge ROE MULLET Zge
It was reported the local organization
A. Yes. ambulance service
now has a: total of
which Is medically necessaryIs 94'paid memberships, accord. U. S. No. 1 (Irish) Florida Grade "A" Shortening
a covered Thus,
to Don Jordan executive MEDIUM
ambulance service (to and POTATOES CRISCO
from a hospital is normallya secretary. ;
covered service under medl- Directors attending Tuesday EGGS '
ical insurance. However, if nights meeting were George 10 Lb. 3 Lb.
the doctor stated it.was not Clegg, Raymon Tucker, Ly- BagLimit 29- Doz. TinLimit 59
man Gage, Victor Cowart,
medically necessary for you 3 $100
Louis Steflik Tom Lenssew,
to be transported home from
the hospital by ambulance, Myrl Henry, Harold Emery (1) bag with pur ((1) can with purchase
and Don Jordan. chase of $5.00 or more
of $5.00
you decided to use the ambu or more .
food order. Limit Doz. Please
lance anyway (even though it (3) food order.
was not medically necessary)
it would be at your own ex SPEAK ATVVOLUSIACOUNTY Kraft (Spread) Delmonte' 'Thrifty 18 oz.
pense. Remember that medical FAIR NOV. 8 (Light Chunk) APPLE

insurance' pays 80 percent Miss Mary Noble, well VELVEETA
of the reasonable charges known authority on the grow- TUNA JELLY I
for all covered services in the ing and care of orchids and 2 Lb. !
year except the first $50. Your home gardens will be a guestof 1/ Cans '18 oz.

reimbursement accordingly.would be computed Deland the Volusla on Wednesday County Fair, November in. Loaf 99 3 (Flat) 89 4 JarsLimit $100

8th. At three o'clockp.
BUNNELL METHODIST m. Miss Noble will speakin (1) Please Limit (3) Cans Please Limit (4)) Please \
MEN MEET NOV. 8 the large entertainment i
The Bunnell Methodist Men tent; on the subject "You Can Jim Dandy (Meal) Showboat (300 Can)

will at 7:15 meet p.Wednesday m. at the, church Noy. 8 Grow question Orchids"her and.talk.answer There will period bea DOG FOOD Gabs; $:.R.99ANDK BEANS 8 Cn. 9ge

for their monthly dinner meet following .
Kraft Fresh ,
No admission will be charged Meal ) Dairy
ing. Kenneth Herring, presi Jim Dandy ( )
dent will preside during the for this program and the ORANGE JUICE '
business session. public Is cordially invited to DOG FOOD Bag $395 25*
i attend. Limit (3) Qu PIeMe'"f-irw
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Miss Noble is a member of '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles MeCraney the American Orchid Society, Frozen Foods Produce i
Bunnell, announcethe is editor of the Garden PageIn Dairy Items
weigh- the Sunday Florida-Times
birth of a daughter
13% ounces, ,Union, and has written; a totalof LETTUCE, -
born ing at 7 pounds 12:45: a. m. Tuesdayat six books on orchids and Master Chef Head.................. 6f Pillsbury Buttermilk Can.
Halifax Hospital. flowering oornamentals.flT0 French FRIES, Red Delicious ned BISCUITS

2 Lb. Bag ..........33e APPLES, Bag CanKraft..................., fOe

--- -- --- -- 4 Lb. BagYellow ...-.. ..... 45e
,I I -- --- --- Sea Brand (Family Size) ; American Slieed
--- Breaded Shrimp, $
r J ;l ON TIMECERTIFICATES 20 oz. Box.......... JL ONIONS, *** 12 5 5e
I 3 Lb. Bag.__......__. 33

..... II DAYS
>fWABLE With Purchase of With Purchase of With Purchase of

Gssai.s $2.00 or more eoellMlda 3 Lb*. or more ,2 Pae.....'
Ph. 877WI7Onmad or dental sttpplls b..f rout Cut-up Fryers
.... l rids
Coupon Void After Coupon Void After Coupon Void After

Monday, No*.' I, 1M7 Monday, Nov. 6, 1M7 Monday, Nov. d, '1.47I

"'I '111. rTr- 1- << ,. ,.1'. Ji11... ,'".'n_ ... .- - -........ ,





IN THE CIRCUIT counT IN Seaman Recruit Michael D. Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson
AND FOIl KLAQLKIl COUNTY Several local residents were Tidwell, USN son of Mr. and Jr., Comptroller of Florida to-
FLOIIIDAJin. announced winners of a recent NEWS Mrs. William H. Tidwell of
206. day announced the release of
1. PAUL STAMPER, JR. contest sponsored by a Flagler Beach, has been graduated $23,696,869 In funds to Flor-
Plaintiff tool company In cooperation from nine weeks of
Ida's Boards of
BARBARA NELL STAMPER, with Flagler Hardware In Navy basic training at the sixty-seven
Public Instruction for use In
# Defendant. Bunnell.
Naval Training Center Great
Charles D. Anders Pastor October.
Prize winners are Mrs. Lakes, Illinois.
1.TO* BARBARA NELL, STAMPER Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday Dickinson explained that
] 2341 Wayne Street Frances Edmonson, portabletv In the first weeks of his
'. ChfeagO Illinois 80614 ; Mrs. Camle Lynn, Mrs. School. naval service he studied military $18,970,116 of the amount was
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship funds of the Minimum
supplied by
NOTIFIED Bette McDaniel and P. W. subjects and lived and
7:00 Training Union.
has been filed against you and Bennett pruning shears. p.m. worked under conditions similar Foundation Program.
II> you are required to serve a copy &00 p.m. Evening Worship. Additional state monies
of your written defenses If any, to It on BERRIEN BECKS, at. Family mystery: How Juniorcan Wed.: 7:30 p.m., Prayer on his first.ship or at amounting to $4.726,753 pro
torney for plaintiff whose address Service. vided the resl.
Is: 119 North Rldgrewood know 'his lessons when Nursery all services. his first shore station.In .
,: Avenue Daytona Beach Florida; Each county received a
he doesn't even look at his making the transition
2 Blocks East of
; and file the original with the stoplight,
i, clerk of the above styled Court books. .Moody Boulevard. from civilian life to Naval proportionate sum based, primarily

on or before November 27, 1967; ': service, he received instuctlon on Its individual
otherwise a judgment ben LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN ; \
i'. entered against you for the re* FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH under veteran Navy petty of. needs. ,The money Is desIg-
lief demanded in the Complaint. TUB CIRCUIT COURT fleers. He studied Seamanshipas nated for' use ni grades 1.12,
WITNESS my hand and thetlleal FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR Flagler Beach and alo
of said Court at Bunnell, IDA. Max Hall, Pastor well as survival (techniques kindergartens
-, County, Florida, this CIVIL ACTION No. 231 Sunday School: 9:45. ,, military drill and other Flagler County's share
day of October A. D. 1967 MARGARET A. DURLAND :
to $25,459.00.Rex
amounted .
GEORGE M MOODY Plaintiff, Morning Worship: 11:00. subjects.
Clerk of the Circuit Court, v. Evening Worship: 7:30. Seaman Tidwell Is a 1966
County, Florida. HENRT 'DURLAND,
(OtflChlaJ t Seal) Defendant. Wednesday Prayer Meeting: graduate of Bunnell High : Stout has written 40(

Dy1' Janice Murray NOTICE 7:30.: School. mystery novels.
"i. Deputy Clerk TO: HENRY M. DURLAND
On the of Third andCentral.
Oct. 26, Nov. 2. 9, 16-Uc Residence Unknown. "corner .

that '* Complaint for Divorce
-.'. lit'. TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S has been, filed against you, and FIRST METHODIST
COURT, INLAND FOR FLAG- you are required to serve a copy ,
,I.KH.' COUNTY, FLOIUUA. IN ', of your answer or pleading to BUNNELL _. "It-
t. 1MIOBATH. the Complaint to the Plaintiff's Her. Oliver Taylor. Postal' -. s t
1 IN HE ESTATE OF O Box 296, Bunnell. Florida. Sunday School, 9:45'a. m. ..
:' PHEDIME JOSEPH MORIN 32010 and file the original answer Worship Service 11:00 a. m.
i 5 or In the office of .p:
Deceased r&lefIe
the c Circuit I Courton Methodist Youth Fellowship,
/ To all creditors and all persona or before the 18 day of November 6:30: p. m. '
having claims or demands 1(67. you fall to do
against. said estate: so. an order oIl default will betaken 2 Blocks East of Highway
You'and each of you are hereby against you for the relief No. 1, Lambert StreetST. '
?notified And required to pre- demanded in the complaint
t sent ; any claims and demands DATED at Bunnell. Flagler
which you or either of you, may County, Florida this 16 day of THOMAS EPISCOPAL .
MXEaJ knlhM estate of PHE October 197. '
deceased, GEORGE M. MOODY The Rev. Robert.Stuart.Priest ,
late of Flagler County, Florida Clerk Circuit Court In Charge .
to the County Judge of Flagler Flagler County, Florida.
Church School 10:00: a.m.
County at his office in the Coun- LELAND B. SHAW,
ty Courthouse, Bunnell, Flagler P. O. Box 296 Sunday.
County, Florida, within six Bunnell Florida 32010
Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.
months from the date of the Attorney for Plaintiff
first publication hereof. All Oct. U, 26, Nov. 2. 9-4tO Communion first Sunday of
claims and demands not pre-
each month. ;
.. sented within the time and in LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
the manner prescribed herein Thrre miles east of Bunnell
shall be barred as provided' by '
on Highway 100CHRISTIAN .
publication on October JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
Merritt H Powell FLORIDA.
As Administrator of.'the CASE No. 170. SERVICES
Estate ofPhedime JULIAN L. ALFORD Christian Science Services are
Joseph Morin Plaintiff'
Deceased conducted Sunday morningsat
Oct. 26. Nov. 2, 9, 16, Uc. JOE ANN ALFORD, 11:00 a. m. in the lobby The operator does not have to leave the tractor seat to chance
Defendant. fi of the Flagler Beach Hotel. blade positions, either horizontally or when angled for cutting
depth, M when dl'cMnj.
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', '_ ,.(. :-J"t'"" ",:" TO: JOE ANN ALFORD, 1324 BUNNELL
Troupe Street:: Augusta Georgia. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Mechanization, which has changed many facets of American
HASTINGS MATTRESS YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED life has had, and is still far
that a Complaint for Divorce .Rev. John Llngold Pastor having, reaching effects oa farming
&. UPHOLSTRY 'WORKS has been filed aganlst you In the Sunday School, :10.00: a) m. practices. Land and water conservation programs have created
"*. ::JetJldC and you are Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. demands for special use tools, particularly in, area when
: 710-12 Lemon St. directed to servea farmers depend upon a stored
copy of your Answer or other Life Liners Service, 6:30p.
Palatka, Florida written defense to said Com water supply Instead of a kind more. It will dig irrigation
plaint upon JAMES II TUCKER. m. Providence for their moisture ditches
Phone EA 5-9166 drainage at a controlled
Attorney for Plaintiff, at 211 Evening Evangelistic ,Service needs. An Irrigated farm opera. backfill
depth, level
Furniture Upholtering North Rldgewood Avenue Daytona
I Beach. Florida and to file 7:30 p. m. tion of any size requires miles land, terrace sloping land;
.;. .Repaired & Refirtlshed the original thereof, with the Deen Road. of irrigation ditches; and.after smooth farm roads or ,road
Mattresses & Box Springs Clerk of the Circuit Court In ant they are built and in use, con shoulders, etc. The "en.foOt
for County, Florida,
f Made to Order. Also Renovated Flagler counts Courthouse, Bun THE METHODIST CHURCH tinual maintenance is required. blade, mounted on a heavy
nell, Florida on or before the Flagler Beach A special tool for this pure curved moldboard which! rolls
't Call Laura Morris 437.3233 18th If day fall of November 1967. Reynold Nelson Hoover. pose has been developed by E. the dirt, can be set In an infinite -
you to do so, Judgment
After 6:00 P. M. by Default will be taken and Sunday School 9:45 At m.' L. Caldwell & Sons, Inc., of number of horizontal
i entered against you for the re. Corpus Christ Texas. It Is positions, angled to cut shallow
PRICES REASONABLE lief prayed in said Complaint. Morning Worship 11 a. m. called the Power Giant, and or deep, or offset to right
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED DONE AND ORDERED at Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45:
d Bunnell, Flagler Florida was designed for the man who ro left and it can all be done
Jest as near as your this| 16th countYJ p.m. ; has a big job to do in a hurry. from the tractor seat,84 Power
1 j Phone or Post Office 1967 Men's Club meets the first It is for use on wheeled tractors Giant is completely hydraulic.
GEORGE M. MOODY Monday of each 'month at of 100 horse power or The tool. weighs 1190 pounds.
Drop Us
tf Card or Call CLERK AF THE '
CIRCUIT COURT 7:30: p. m.Woman's.
Pick-up & Deliveryr By Janice Murray Society of Chris.tion e

(SEAL) Deputy Clerk Service the 2nd Thurs. O iD c e

Oct. 19 26 Nov. 2, 9, 4tc day 9:30: a. m.

South Daytona Avenue.


I BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS :Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon. Pastor


::1. FREE ESTIMATES Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m.

Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed..,

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J Now, Serving Bunnell and Surrounding' Areas, Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m. AT LEAST I&TON5 OF WATER _

Call Collect 437.3513 BOTTLED WATER' REGULARLY

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7-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS NOVEMBER 2. 196? lessly, no drugs, etc. I studiedthe for lawyers' fees and litigation 1\

brief.article and absorbedit that helped result In a LEGA ADVERTISEMENT i

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT as best I could on such thirty-three and one third ,!
IN TUB cincrrr COURT cv-! short notice and that same percent raise in the tax mill- FOR VOLUSIA..COUNTY ,
ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 1STAND LETTERS night went to the hospital. I age. Meanwhile most of tne FLORIDA.f
TY FLORIDA applied what I already knew r ".'-.<*icities are cutting VENEER'

CITY rllANCBHY OF FLAOLEIt NO. BOOO BEACH, TGTUE with these new Ideas and actions the tax rate.It t0Paintiff, .}I

a municipal corporation- Misting and to my amazement, takes a big man to admit "

State under of Florida the,Laws Flagler-of County the EDITORTwenty s;::. had a painless delivery.The a mistake when he has C B. KING Defendants..AND HATTIE KINO. ,I

Flor"- magazine I read the made one. Can't we hope our ,j
I lntlfr. article from was lost while I Commissioners are big enoughto NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE \

CERTAIN''LANDS upon which years ago I mar. was confined and after In. do the same? It would go NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

Special Assessments are de- rled and began raising a fam quiring at Health Clinics, a long way toward healing THAT I. P. A. EDMONSON. as :,

>lnquentb f ndanU. ily. After considering all the Hospitals, Libraries, Book the breach that seems to have SHERIFF, FLORIDA OF ,FLAOLER by virtue COUNTY of a ;J

NOTICE orMCIAU MAST- possible ways of giving birthto Stores and of doctors I have occurred between the Citizenson certain writ of Execution' here-
tat'S' $ALI1 finally found after a two tofore Issued out of the Circuit
TO THE DEFENDANTti HEREIN our first child I decided, year one hand and the Commissioners In and for Voluala Coun }
AND ALL OTHSRS WHOM for my own well.being and search, a book which explains on the other. Let's Courti orlda, on the tth day of J:
the this practice in detail. Peoplein August, A. ( I have lev-
unborn nf'ia 'r'I f.
1TNOTICECI9CSEREBT GIVEN child to have the hope. led upon Into my constructive ,
that the undersigned SPECIAl. baby by natural childbirth Europe and Asia have Angus S. Reynolds custody the following- 1
MASTER of the CIrcuIt Court which I did. It practiced this painless child. described real property as the
Seventh Judicial Circuit. In andfor was a long, birth for about 20 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT property of the Detendaqts, C,:
Flagler,County Florida un, painful delivery, but with years.Don't B. KING and HATTIE KINO located ",v-
der pursuant to and toy virtueof God's help we came through get me wrong f Giving NOTICR OF FORRCLo uRn In Flagler County, Florida -
a Final Decree of Foreclosure birth is the hardest worka SALE BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT to-wlt.I
a* amended entered In the above It well and. have succeeded In COURT A part of the 8WU of Section
entitled cause pending In the having six more children the woman will ever do in her NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 3. Township 12 South RangSO *
Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial lifetime. But show me any that the undersigned QEOROEMOODY East and more particularly
Circuit, In and for Flagler Coun.ty. same way. Clerk of tie Circuit described as follows: Beginningat
Florida, Chancery No. 5000 The day before our eighth Job you can do and do well Court of Flagler County. Flor- a concrte monument markingthe
will at 11:00 A. M., on Monday without original Southeast corner of
practice or knowl.- ida, will on day ofNovember
the ISth day of November, ml. child was born, I read an ," nhurt: hth legal/ the said Section S, as a point of
at the front door of the FlaglerCounty article in a magazine abouta edge. houri of sale, at the main door reference" and running thence
Courthouse Bunnell, Ignorance and complacency of the Courthouse of Flagler South 87* 40' West, alone the
Florida, offer for ale and will woman, having a child'pain.. has kept us chainedto County In the City of Bunnell South line of the said Section S.
tell at public auction to the women Florida, offer for sale and sellat a distance of 427S.22 feet ,to an
highest and beat bidder for cash grees 21' 50" West along said the old idea that child public outcry to the highest Intersection with the Easterly
all the right title, interest and Easterly right l of boundary; birth has to be painful too and beat bidder for cub the following boundary of the 150 foot rl&htua'Ra
claim of the defendants CERTAIN a distance of 'i5ale ; thence : described property situated of of the Florida East
LANDS, upon which assessments North 88 degrees 18' 26" East a long. In Flagler County, Florida ; thence North
are delinquent, and distance of 11.50 feet to the pointof I will be happy to let you to-wit: 10* 13 45" West, along the said
all parties or persons bound by beginning of this description. Lots 11 and IS. Block IT, of Easterly right of way boundary,
read this
said Final Decree as amended In Bearings are referred to the book and explain the Town of Bunnll accord a distance of 17(1.92 feet to the
and to the following described True Meridian.-and parcel containing anything you don't under. Ing to plat of said town on point of beginning of this description
property, situate, lying and be.ing 0.15 acres. Deed Book stand. I think file I In the office of the Clerkof ; thence continuing;
of bet.
In the Flagler. 46. page 217, Flagler County can no the Court of Flagler North 10* 13 45" West a distance
State of Florida, to-wit: Records ter way to thank God for this : tto. Florida In Plat of 190 feet to a point
Beginning: at a point 107 feet The said property as aforesaid new experience than to 1. 15.14 feet Southerly from the
East and 116 feet South of the being sold to satisfy said o pass pursuant to the Final Decree ofForeclosure point where the quarter section
Northwest corner of Tract 10, Decree as amended, subject to it on to others. entered In a case line Intersects the said Easterly
running West to the east line of any and all valid prior mortgages Mrs. Ruby Jarosz, pending laid Court the styleof right of way boundary; thence
the John Anderson Highway as liens and encumbrancesand which Is C. B. O'Neal et ux. North 17* 41' 80" East, parallelto
it now lies, thence in a Southeasterly rights.Dated Bunnell, FloridaOn vs. W. E. Lee, et at. Defendant, and 15 feet south ,of the quar-
direction along said east this list day of Octo. and the docket numoer of whichIs ter section line a distance of
line of said John Anderson High. bet A. D. 19(7. No 5419.WITNESS. 1306.64 feet to an Intersection
way to the south line ,of the LELAND B. SHAW a cecent visit to Boston my hand and the with the Westerly boundary of
north half of Tract 10. thence OSSINsJ1 e Master Mass, I had visited some of official seal of said Court this the 100 foot right of way of U. 8.
East alongsaid line to the West AND KKOL 24 day of October. 1987.SEAL Highway No.1; thence South
line of Connecticut Avenue 411 Main Street the historical sites of- which ( ) 14* 15' West along the said
Thence North along said line to Daytona Beach Florida that city has so I GEORGE MOODY v way bounda.
the Attorney for Plaintiff Clerk Circuit Court : rIII'o
: point of beginning; all In 919.15 feet i
Block D, Section 11, Township NOV. 2, 9, 2tc. found myself at (the BostonCominons By: Janice Murray' thence South 17* 41' SO" West, a
12 South, Range 31 East In the "'" which is Just a fieldor HObbaul.r Clerk distance of 921.30 feet, to the
Bunnell Development LEGAL ADVBUTIlKMBirr" Parte, Whigham &
Company's point of beginning of this de.
Allotment as per plat filed with I pretty park: right in the Consoles scrlptlon. EXCEPTING: THERE
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of IN TUG CIRCUIT COURT FOR heart of Old Boston. It has Attorneys 725 E. for Plaintiffs FROM the following parcels of
Flagler County, Florida, EX- FLAttLEH COUNTY, FLOR been there Kennedy 2 Blvd. land to-wlt: The Southerly 200'
CEPTING THEREFROM Beng a IDA. preserved as a pub. Tampa Florida of the above described property
part of the North half of Tracts CIVIL ACTION Ne. 26S lic park for nearly two hundred Nov. 2, ltc. and further excepting therefromthe
9 and 10 of Block "D" Section CARMELA BRAINARD, years. The Boston peo i following parcels of lard, to-
11. Township 12 South, Range 11 Plaintiff! LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT wit:
East, according: to plat of Bun- ple enjoy it, children play, 1. Being a part of the [SW%
nell Development Company, and GEORGE F! BRAINARD one sees teenagers strolling IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF of Section S, Township 12. South,
more particularly described as Defendant. FLAG LEI" COUNTY, FLORIDA Range SO East and morel par-
follows: NOTICE OK SUIT! around, and older folks sitting ticularly described as follows:
Beginning at the Northwest TO: George F. Brainard on the benches eating peanuts !. Chew No. 227 Beginning at a concrete monument -
corner of the said Tract 10. as Austin Road TONY PANTALONE marking the original
a point of reference and run- Lake Mahajak, New York and popcorn and feeding Plaintiff. Southeast corner of the'' said
ning" thence South 1 degrees 26' Tou are notified that a Com- the birds. VI. lo:61' aa a point of ,reference
05 East, along the West line of plaint for Divorce has been filed ELIZABETH PANTALONE, running thence South
the said tract It, a distance of inst you, and you are required The thought came to me Defendant. 87* te'd along; the South
IK.0 feet to the point of beginning to serve a copy of your answer then that anyone remotely NOTICE TO DEFEND line Section 8. distance
of this description; thence' or pleading to the Complaint TilE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: of 427822 feet to an intersection -
North 8S degrees 22' 40" East on. the Plaintiff's attorney. suggesting that a part of that ELIZABETH PANTALONE with the Easterly
a distance of 107.0 feet to the Samuel V. Holch. 110 North Park be cut up for 'any purpose lit CONKLIN AVENUEJUNGHAMI'TON boundary of the 150 foot :right
west boundary of Connecticut Third ,Street Palatka. Florida whatsoever would be NEW YORK of ata>naUw the Florida I East
Avenue; thence South 1 degree and file the original answer or run You are hereby notified that a. ; thence North
25 05" East along the West pleadng In the office of the Clerkof out of Itown on a raiL suit has been filed against you 10' 12' 45" West, along the said
boundary of Connecticut Ave- the above Court on or before In Flagler Beach the Park In the above entitled cause; and Easterly right of way boundarya
nue, a distance of 58.0 feet December t, 1967. If you fall to you are hereby required to file distance of 1761.92 feet, to
South 88 degrees/ 22' 40" West to so. judgment by default willb we have is much smaller than your answer with the Clerk of the point of beginning of this
a distance of 100.85 feet to an taken against you for the relief those I mentioned but it couldbe this Court and to serve a copy descrlpton I thence continuing-
Intersection with the Easterly, demanded In the Complaint.Done thereof upon the plaintiff or North 10' 13' 46" West, a dl.-
boundary of the 50 foot right I of and ordered this 1st day just as attractive and en plaintiff's attorney whose name tance of 450 feet; thence North
way of the John Anderson Highway of November 1967.George joyable. Why would and address Is: 87* 41 30" East a distance of
North 18 degrees M. Moody. Clerkof anyone Mr. Charles J. Luke, II 350, feet; thence South 10* 13'
21 .60"heWest, along the said said Circuit Court get the Idea that the people 260 North Rldgewood Avenue 45" East a distance of 450 feet;
easterly right of way boundary, (Seal) would not resent the' tearingup Daytona Beach, Florida thence youth (7* 41' 30" West,
a distance of 21.09 feet to the By Janice Murray not later than December 2 A. D. a distance of 350 feet to the
West line of said Tract 10; Deputy Clerk of a section of this pretty 1987. point of beginning this description.
thence continuing North 18 de. Nov. 2. 9. It, 23, 4to lisle park to gain a parking If you fall to do so, Default .
will be entered aganlst you for 2. ,,Being a part of the Southwest -
space for a very few cars. the relief demanded In the bill Quarter of Section 2 Township
Why won't the Commissioners of o The nature of said 12 South, Range JO Eastand
suit I being for more particularly described -
admit they made a mis,
DIVORCE as follows: Beginning at a
TOYS WANTED take? Why won't they put the WITNESS my hand and seal concrete monument marking the
park back In the same condition of said Court this 25th day of said original I Section Southeast corner of the
r October A. D. 19<7. 3. as a point of reference
it was in before they GEORGE M. MOODY and running thence IT'to'

New, used and broken toy to be repairedand dug It up? They would not Clerk CourtOfficial ,of said Circuit of the West said, along Section the a, South a distance line

distributed to Flagler County Needy Children.For only please the majority of ( Seal) of 4278.22 feet to an intersection -
with the Easterly boundaryof
the people but would By Janice Murray
put an Clerk the 160 foot right of way of
pickup contact Flagler County Disabled end to the kind of spending Deputy Nov. 2. 9. 16. 23. 4 tc. e Florida East*Coast Railway;
thence North 10 18' 45" West
Veterans, Jim Boee Chapter No., 86. Phone 439- along the said Easterly right of

2490. "'J way boundary, a distance of
2211.92 feet to the point of beginning -

Toys may be left at Bunnell Dry Cleaners or FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB thence continuing of this North description 10* 18';i iU"
West, a distance of 455.14
Atlantic Hardware at Flagler
feet to the Quarter Section line;
thence North J7* 41' 80" ]Jut..
Friday Nov. 3 and Saturday Nov. 4 a distance of 450 feet theoee-
South 10' 18-; 45" East. a .Is- ,
tance of 905.14 feet; tnence
10:00 A. M. UNTIL 5 P. M. South 87' 4V 80" West a dls-
tance of 100 feet; thence North
distance of
Coats, Sweaters, Dresses and Shoes. Everything 450 feet; thence South 87* 41'
of Bunnell will receive written '0" West
City applications a distance of 3-50 feet
Goes at Half Price. to the point of beginning of this
for the position of night patrolman until description. ,

The FLAGLER WOMAN'S CLUB THRIFT SHOP' .i All Meridian!? refer to
4:00 p. m. Monday, November 6, 1967. offset n with n variation

Board of City Commissioners will interview ap- South' Central and 4th Streets, Flagler Beach vember oA the 1887 dayof
plicants at 8:00 p. m. Tuesday, November 7, 1967, E "'! GI -.. 1151111111IU Jvembl'hours D., of sale between Dam.lr
11:00 o'oJOCk In the
at the City HallApplicants Id: the and'
daps at
must be at least twenty-one ((21) --- ,..,.. ... _.. .. _._._o the Flal'ler County the front Courthouse door or"

years of age, a resident of Flagler County, and ll GREEN'S Dunnelll time of this Florida 1&1e--1:00, (AnUe1P&t o'clOCk d'
sel ltoIthellhif .ale and

bondable. CITY OF BUNNELL !ii! Fuel Gas Service, Inc. !Ii! ed cash In hand the hest above bidder deserlb-for-

t refal Property u the prop.r .,-
laid D rendanq
C B-
Would like to announce Mr. Walt Eberhardingeris KING and HATTIE xuiG, sub-:

now in our employ as Service Manager. He will any to, to taxes Satisfy and said all 1 prior eueut"n liens:

service your gas equipment needs. Walt has resided AI P. A.Sheriff JDD of )

$100 REWARD in Flagler County for twenty-two years. He Count, Florida, lstler

FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE ARREST desires his position.all his friends (our customers) to knowof W Attorney WALTER for Plaint r'MOlAlOn UIR.

CONVICTION OF rBnaview Avenue
AND Also in our employ are Ernest Williams, G. G. Daytona Beach Florida

RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE TO THE "Hap" Leatherwood, and Beth Walters, Vernon Oct. 19, 28, Nov. J, t, 4te

BANK'S DRIVE-IN WINDOW, OR FOR INFOR- Robinson is Bunnell Manager.

MATJON LEADING TO THE ARREST AND Green's Fuel Gas Service Inc. operates a business

CONVICTION OF PERSON OR PERSONS INFLICTING in Flagler County, operated by Flagl County

FURTHER DAMAGE TO ANY OF personnel and purchase everything pestle in
FlagUr" County.




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