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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1967
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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
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System ID: UF00079914:00408
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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FLAGLER TIDE TABLE

TIDES FOR NOVEMBER 9.15 I

. Tribune HIGH LOW
Urged
Day A.M. P.M. A.M.. P.M
I 9 2:00 2:30 8:06 9:00:

Atlanta 10 3:06 3:30 9:12 9:54 ,
I P 11 4:06: 4:30 10:12 10,42", '.
12 5:00: 5:18: 11:06.: '
Daytona 9. 1967 SWO A YEAR ., ::6:00 ,l1t48': 11:58
of 100
14 6:30: 6:42 12:02 ,12:30
Moore and
with the INVESTIGATION FOR ,15 7:06: 7:18 12:36 1:36:

mission ; FLAGLER BEACHCOMMISSION
ing the county
r sulting 1 Tax Bunnell Ranks ?". l,

Conway 5a.
ta, Ga., to : State Attorney Dan Warren Thirteenth On
nell Airport. has filed a motion here fora
grand Jury investigation of
The > property the City of Flagler Beach. A ListThe
,sentatives told the 4.59 mill Flagler County grand Jury Priority
commissioners will investigate complaints of
to attract the levy for City of Bunnell Is
purchasing irregularities by
Creek The 4.59 number thirteen on a prioritylist
Spruce
the City of Flagler Beach
sia County had boards of fifty.five Florida communities -
when the fall term opens De.
and was who advised the
the area did'nt
cember 11.Flagler .
needs., tax rate by State Board of Health they
The voters. Beach has a charter would like to participate In

lanta firm unofficial provision calling for bids to federal help in building sew.
South and expressed be taken on any purchase of erage treatment works.
sioners to' mill levy more than $1,000. Their application is under
attractive offer mills. Public Law 660 and the board
Judicial
Seventh Circuit
has been notified that $3,650-
locate here.
returns show Judge William Wadsworth 000 is available on a priority
No action called for a 60 member Jury
elec. point system. Priorities are setup
commissioners panel for the fall term of the
voted for on a number of categories
ageed to'meet for 10 Jury. ,health
including public necessity
the matter and From this number, 18 will
; 0 mills and wealth of the community
could De'made.. be selected to serve on the
votes were cost' per capita,
Other grand Jury and Jury membersfor whether the plant would eliminate
mission the fall term, of circuit
improperly (treated sew.
county court will be chosen Into
.... age being discharged
which will be
shellfish areas and readinessto
State law next Plan '
BISHOP TO VISITST. start building.
Decided to Applicants who have not

termine priority THOMAS CHURCHThe received funds by June 1,
roads for the
1968 will be ,given an
oppor.
partment which Rt. Rev, Hamilton West,
Road, Bunnell ) Dickinson, Bishop of'Diocese of Florida, tunity to !renew their request
the list is
if fall
and
any ,
Water will make his annual visit to
trances, Florida, to '
Kings Road, that a new St. Thomas Episcopal Churchin thrown open and any may
The board must
streets in ad valorum Bunnell Sunday, Nov. 12. qualify. pro
BunnelJ.' in Install. The Rev. Hamilton will deliver cess the application which Is
the Federal Water
awarded by -
Adopted a No. the morning message at
memory of 11:15.: He will be assisted dur Pollution Control Administration ,

oneer ing the special service by the in Atlanta.
chairman of the the Install Rev. Canon Edwin F., Shu- Money granted covers 30
proceedures.'j Taxes Act per cent of the cost with the j
maker
ty Commission. priest In charge of the
by the 1967 community furnishing the re-
Agreed to StThomas, Mission.The "
law mainder but if the plan envisions .
anos from.:, .iSt became'' Rev. Shumaker, Penny ;
Community ap Farms, Florida is retired from a master plant instead ,
Adopted a applicable Christ Episcopal Church In of many small one? or if the
vehicles and of county Brownsville, Pa. and has been area forms a socially and economically ,

airport property.Agreed the state. assigned to St. Thomas Churchfor related region, 10
at approximately two per cent of the grant may be "
taxpayers months. edded making a total of 40 .
H. Neely to lr local tax
erings for a of their The congregation is remind. per cent. I
The board has been hand-
nell Airport. insallment ed of this special service.
ling this program since the
Accepted I
must be law went into effect 10 years q
plan of Brown .
30 days EASTERN STARFRIENDSHIP ,
ago and upwards of 130 communities
surance which the have received' help
Beach, for all NIGHT
during this! time.If .
ment officers
son. taxpayers TUESDAY NOV. 14 each of the top 23 appli
Installment
cants 'file
adequate applications
Agreed to thereafter, Bunnell Chapter No. 93 Order in time, the remainderwill
with the State
Install. of the Eastern Star, will have to wait because the
ment to in of taxes observe Friendship Night, $3,650,000 runs out with the
problems Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 8 p. m. at 23rd applicant.
area. the Masonic Temple. The communities in orderof 'f
A request by
son to Helen Seagraves, Deland, priority: Orange Park, Plant I
of commission :. will serve as the visiting City, Jennings, Baldwin, Br d.
tabled Worthy Matron. Officers from enton Beach, White Springs, '
Approved other chapters In this district South Beaches Brevard County

will will serve in their respective Wildwood, Everglades,
Roll.Awarded Friday stations. Gulf Breeze, Sarasota, St. Aug.

food supplies ( Spudsters' Following the meeting there ustine, Bunnell, Bushnell,
County game. Game will be a fellowship hour in Chipley, Clermont, Hawthorne,
nam's Grocery. the dining hall. Jasper, Ocala, Tavares, Tren
ton, Clearwater, Green Cove
Springs, Jay, Key Cojeny
CITY OF Beach, Port Orange, R1d e.
crest, Springfield, Riviera
HIRES Beach, Panama City, Jackson.

The Bunnell ,' ville Beach, Lakeland, West

sioners hired Panama City Beach, Winter

son for the Haven, Hollywood, Dunedln, I
man at their Port St. Joe, Avon Park, Cocoa 1

day night. Beach, Ocoee, Ormond Beach, ,
ident of Altamonte Springs, West Eau
former deputy Gallle, St. Petersburg sludge I
policeman. facility, Tarpon Springs, Wil

salary is $ ton Manors, Orlando, Largo, I
Four Ft. Lauderdale, Madiera :

ceived by the Beach, N. W. Orange County,
for the Jacksonville sludge facility,
cants were S. W. Orange County, Cocoa

kl; Charles and Winter Park. f
lip Tuoeio. ;
"
The city DONORS NEEDED 4

last month Donors are needed to/ replace "
policeman to Y 5S ,blood for Charles Ton \

Wortagr who kin, Flagler Beach, who is at
Job. patient IJt Bunnell Genera (
Other ,- Hospital.

mission S Af' Mr. Tonkin has received
the bills. { several pints of blood and

Heard a i & they are seeking! donors to replace -.'
Molded to r, n the supply.
blocks north: All types of blood an a.
Part I.. : 1LiI ceptable and. donors are Mk*
resfs. The ed to eootsct the AMMttutid i
ed < wr to lounge tractive addition te IB x AT ft .. CMS Blood Dardb __

for necessary The new atand is open to the public. lusia Ave., Daytona Beach.111III .


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THURS.. NOVEMBER 9.' 1967

HAS YOUR 2-THE. FLAGLEU T2ICUNE : T.- .,J.,.)un**. *4r I
llr Iflaglrr\ ribuuiINCORPORATED _I ,trC __ _
CHILD HADMEASLES

DUNNELL FLORIDA ... VACCINE? C E Lean Western "Center
1
tar-The LEN WILSON
total of
Department reports a
wINC.
Editor and Publliher 556 children receiving measles Pork Chopslb.

BETTE S. :McDANIEL vaccine since September _
Newt Editor 1st 1967. Ages from 1 year to
12 years. All school children
with written permission from
69clb.
Deslsaated newspaper for all
Legal Advertising their parents were brought to .
the Health Department by IU.
school personnel for their vac
Entered as second class matter
February 6, 1913, .t the po t- cine.
office at Bunnell. Florida under Vaccine 'is still available and S. D. A. Choice
Act of March 3, 1876. will be given at the regular

Copy- Immunization clinic each 39 cU.
lOc Per Tuesday P. M. between the
......
Ose Year .sS.bOElz .
Mentlla ., $3.00 hours of 1 and 4 to any childIn
Outside Flacler County this age group.
".00 Per Year The F.lagler County Health S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
Department wishes to publl- ,
Florida State Turnpike officials cally thank the personne from
say personnel of the all three school who helpedto STEAK lb. 49'U.

Florida; Highway Patrol have make this program- a suc
rendered 29,306 individual cess. i
calls for aid to distressed mo- w
(orlsts this year. The 10 serve S. D. A. Choice i
\Ice 'stations along the turn. CLASSIFIED S
pike have answered an additional ROUND '
15,761 requests. ADVERTISING ROAST lb. 49

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT m BONE

IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT. FOR
FLAGLEIl COUNTY KLOIU
IDA. '
CIVIL ACTION No. 263 RATE-4q per word. {Minimum Lean Western Lyke'i "Sugar Creek"
CARMELA BRAINARD charge per issue $,.00.

GEORGE, Defendant.Plaintiff F' BRAINARD., SINGER AUTOMATIC MODEL CONSOLE SPARE RIBS SMOKED BACON

NOTICE OF SUIT ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE.
TO: George F. Brainard Blind stitches buttonholes ">. Ib.
Austin Road 590 59c
Lake Mahajak, New York decorates, etc. Original price
You are notified that a Complaint
for Divorce has been filed $300. Has balance $61.20 or
tglnit you and required reliable party In this area can
otuore Lean Western
to serve a an*
the assume $8. ninthly payments.
war or pleading to Complaint
on the Plaintiffs attorney, Phone Jacksonville COLLECT
Samuel V. Holch. 110 North 353.194& Ask for Credit Man.
Third Street. Palatka, Florida,
PORK STEAKS lbM 49
and file the /original answer or ager. Will deliver, no obllga-
pleadng the above in the Court office on of or the before Clerkof tlon. NoV.. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 5tc ,
December 4, 1967. If you fall to
to to, Judgment by default willb 2 Bedroom unfurnished house
taken against you for the relief back of Brannam's Grocery
demanded In the Complaint.Done .
and ordered this 1st day Contact Duane Deen, 437-3228, FRYER BACKS-PIG 00
pf November George, M.1967. Clerkof evenings. 10-19-tf I NECK BONES-RIB FEET$1 I
said ir: rtdlou
(Seal) SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain
By Janice Murray fields installed; Rota-Roter
Deputy Clerk snail Reasonable Van Camp' No. 21fz CanPORK
Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23. 4 toYOUR shell prices.
Call George Jarosz, 437.3410 For OUR VALUE
ITTO 8-1-tf A ND BEANS 4 $100

1964 Chevrolet ton truck,
one SHORTENING
All Flavors 3 Pkg.
oz.
stake body, good condition.
Priced reasonable. Phone 253- For

Daytona 5528, 614 Beach.S. Palmetto 119ltp.Ave., JELLO 3 Zge 3 4t; 3ge

Plantation

WAITRESS, EXPERIENCED- 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Dlxiana Restaurant. 11.9-ltc MEAL 4 Bag 29cLimit

FOR SALE-2 houses furnish.ed .
Plantation
2-car garage 5 acres of
young pine trees on land. GRITS DELITE
4 gag
High ground. Must sell because 1ge
HOME of age. $4,900 little' mon
ey down. Owner will carry Juniper 0 LEON
CALL US FOR,F ,ff ESTIMATE mortgage. Star Route In Ko- LONG

HOME INSULATING CO. rona. Acress from church over RICE 3 Bag 33e Ibs.
railroad in Korona. See Ben.11.9.4tp..
357 Andrews St Ormond Beach 2 '
29
(in Solids)
Office 672-0745 Home 2553232pw _
SPECIAL-Colorful Bat Man
Rugs, $2.79 each while they MAXWELL HOUSE
m.CQ>NIMO last. 8 hll% rayon tweed

FIBERGLAS rugs, $12.95. Jerry's Furniture INSTANT COFFEE FROZEN FOODS -
& Appliances, Old Dixie Hwy.,
2 miles S. of Korona. Phone
i I, 4373752. Nov. 9, Itc 6 Oz. 9'0'' Pkr.imit .
6ge F
Jar s ts Each
STICKS
HELP WANTED Couple or 3ge
two men. Tropic Breeze Nursery 1 wit >4 $5.00, or more food order
6 miles S, on U. S. Hwy. 12 oz. Can
1. Formerly Stuckey property.See .
T. C. Brown, owner. ORANGE NIP Each
ggE 11-9-ltc. FRESH PRODUCE Z5ea.
sSt
R P Looking for man 20.38 yearsof RedSWEET
age Interested in a sales
career with large Southeastern POTATOES lb. tOe KANSAS QUEEN
Company. Starting salary
$95.00 Write P. O. Box 518,
No. 1 Yellow FLOUR
Bunnell, Fla. Nov. 9162tp.

FOR SALE or RENTCentral.ly QUASH '16. fOe
.
located 3 bedroom houseon 5 Bbag .9 e
canal, 135 Palmetto, Flag. No. 1
Flagler TribuneBUNNELL ler Beach. Owners reside In Limit 1 with $5.00
Each or more food order
South Carolina and will be CURES 5 e
PHONE 437.3282 on premises Nov. 11, 12, 13.
Priced for quick sale. 11-9-ltc.




CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.


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Phone ID 7-332 OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227

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Teach Young 3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE TRUR3. NOVEMBER S. 1967 ,

CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Pond of prizes provided the

Hunters Gun ._ MelInda Baker celebratedher entertainment for the young !
guests. '
fourth birthday: October
First 30th. at a Halloween party Fourteen of Mellnda's play.
Safety :-T: d mates were served cake and I
i given by her parents, Mr. and Ice cream.
Mrs. Bill Baker at thlr home, '
The hunting .
season gets Other guests were the honoree's
': underway soon, and many ',i Deen Road, Bunnell. grandmother, Mrs. Carlton .

youngsters will be going out ,d ar The Halloween motif was Johnston and Mrs. Lillie \,1
'I with their parents, some for used In the decorations. A fish Baker.
the firSt time, to learn how ,.
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to handle a gun. Dr. Brooksof y - . .
the Flagler Health Depart.
ment today suggested a list
of fundamentals In gun
handling for them to remem NOW
ber. Others already Introduced 0
to the sport would do wellto i
review them, he said, to be
sure they haven't developed
dangerous habits. IS THETIME

"The first commandmentIn
using firearms Is never
point them-loaded or un '
loaded-at something you
don't Intend to shoot In so
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD Florida Fruit
! many cases, a grief-stricken -
companion begins his expla and Vegetable Association's Distinguished Service
nation of a shooting accidentby Award was presented to the Florida Agricultural Ex.

saying he didn't know the tension Service at the recent convention of the growers TO SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE
gun was loaded. It's 'too late organization. Toastmaster Willard
M. Fifield (left) made
then to he's he madea
mistake.say" Dr sorry Brooks also the presentation to Marshall 0. Watkins.. director of the OFCHRISTMAS

advised hunters to be sure extension service.
the movement they want to
fire at is actually the animal
they are after, not a dog or by the stock once safely over. takes. Starting them off slow. CARDS

another hunter silently stalk. 5. Quit when you're tired.A 'ly and surely will assure en.

ing game. hunt dragged out beyondthe joyment .in hunting;
Other important points list point where your reflexesare .AND
ted were: good is usualy no fun and HONORED ON BIRTHDAY LETTERS
is .
certainly dangerous.Dr.
1. Load your gun outsidethe
car, Just before beglnlng Brooks suggested fath Jack Holt, III, celebrated his
to hunt. Unload it 'before getting ers start their sons and birthday Saturday at a partyat We have a complete and tasteful selectionof
I back In the car. daughters with BB guns to his home. personalized Christmas Cards and Holiday

2.Keep the safety catchon learn gun handling, then Fifteen of ,Jack's friends Letterheads, designed for everyone.
as you walk, slip it off as graduate them to single-shot jolnel him for the celebration.
you raise the gun to your .22 caliber rlflles or ,410, shot. Also attending were hisgrandparents Christmas greeting messages for business
shoulder. guns. "The simpler the me Mr. and Mrs. firms, printed with your own message if desired.
3. Walk with the barrel chanism and the lower the Lamar Hughes and, Kelly and
recoil, the easier it Is for a Stop in and 1 look through our 1968 colorful
into the air of 'and his
pointing or away Barry Tampa great-
boy or girl to learn funda albums of greeting cards.
John
from hunting companions! : grandmother, Mrs. Tuck.
4. When crossing fences or mentals.An er, Sr. of Palatka. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE I
other obstructions, set the gun automatic or semi. automatic Mrs. Holt was assisted by
safely aside where It won't gun with a big recoil Miss Terry Lawton in servingthe I
slip or be nudged, pick it up may scare them into mis- Invited guests.



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4-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. NOVEMBER 9. 19G7 PROGHAJZ FOR Weekly SermonRev. RESOLUTIpN .,' .

WSCS MEMBERS '! GEORGE MOODY

Oliver F. Taylor Pastor the Honorable
"Launched Into Action" WHEREAS,
was the topic of the program Bunnell Methodist Church George' Moody departed this
presented to the Womens Society life on: October 23, 1967 alter
of Christian Service last PEACE having 'served, the people ,of
LOCALS Wednesday morning at the Peace! What a wonderful Flagler County In numerous
First Methodist Church of thought! There are misunderstandings capacities, including the office
Bunnell. Mrs. Lloyd Robert of the word of Commissioner and Chairman
son gave the devotional. peace. Peace Is not merely the of the Board of the East
cessation of hostilities. Many Fiagler Mosquito Control Dis-
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Craig BAXLEY STUMPH Mrs. Doris Tucker, president people in the world clamorfor trict from Its origin in 1952
had as their weekend house Mrs. Horace Monroe Baxley, announced the annual CleanIng peace as if It could come until his death, and
guests Mr. and Mrs. William Jacksonville, announces the Day at the church will be with the wave of a magic WHEREAS Mr/ Moody was
Yates and children Diane and engagement of her daughter, Tuesday, November 14. All wand. Somehow mature minds always keenly Interested ,In
Leslie of Bradenton. Minnie Omega, to Norman members are asked to assist working together will have to .the growth and developmentof
Frederick Stumph, son of Mrs. with the work or make a con find solutions. Life Is never the eastern part of Flagler

Tom and Anita Lenssen and Howard J. Stumph.The tribution. simple, but always complex. County, having been the orig.
Joy Steflik and children Mar. wedding will be at;8 Hostesses Mrs. Evelyn Cook True peace is where man inal homesteader and developer
tin and Holly, attended the p. m. November 24 In tfie and Mrs. Freda Deen served 'can enjoy life with some of the central part of Flag
"Air Fair" at Kissimmee Sun University Baptist Church. refreshments sense of security without the ler Beach and also having reclaimed
to 25
day. The ,bride elect was grad- ... attending. constant threat of disaster al. and developed, during
uated from Robert E. Lee ways looming In the fore the last fifteen years, a
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Steflik High School and the Baptist NOVEMBER ground. The nuclear weaponsof lange section of marsh landIn

were in Palatka Friday and Bible College, Springfield, CALLING the world stress the need Flagler Beach, and
Sunday ,to attend the annual Miss. for peace. Most people of the WHEREAS, Mr. Moody as
Putnam County Historical Her fiance was graduatedfrom November is a month for world 'have few problems In an officer of !the said East
Society Antique Show held at Jacksonville School of hay rides, wiener roasts, after. envisioning the world as a Flagler Mosquito Control District
Ravine Gardens. Technology and was a memo the game' parties and all nuclear holocaust if things devoted much time, effort
ber of the Naval Reserve. kinds of fun activities where were to go astray. and planning toward the
Dale and Rosemary Brown Norman is the grandson of food plays a major role. Moral responsibility is the eradication of mosquitoes and

spent Saturday at Wekiva the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Be sure to have quality, only answer to the world's the work of said District
River with Mr. and Mrs. Joel Osborne, former residents, quantity and Just the right problems. However, this does THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED .
Phillips of Winter Park. who operated a grocery busi foods on hand, reminds Mary not mean one side or the other that the Board of
ness .here many years ago. Harrison, consumer specialists will become subservient to Commissioners of the East
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Park. Florida Agricultural Extension the other, but that men will Flagler Mosquito Control Dis
er had as their houseguestlast ATTENDS G. A. Service. The less tender cuts sincerely seek out true peaceif trict publicly acknowledgethe
week Butler of HOUSEPABTYMembers there is to be solution.We .
Aubrey of beef, such as chuck steaks, a great loss to the District
Atlanta, Ga.ATTENDS of the Girls Auxiliary rump roasts and ox Joints, can cannot afford to heal the and to Flagler County and ex
of the First Baptist world's wounds
"They
be tastiest of dishes. Be sure lightly. presses Its deepest sympathyto
CONVENTIONMr. Church of Bunnell attendingthe have healed the wound of
to cook them with moist heat. my the family of the Honorable
and Mrs., T. H. (Buddy) annual G. A. Houseparty The moisture softens the meat people lightly, saying Peace, George Moody, and
Wadsworth were in Gatlin- at Lake Yale, Eustis, last week fibers and connective !tissue peace, when there Is no BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
burg, Tenn. November 2.5 end were: Elizabeth Matherly, and produces tender meat. It peace." Jeremiah 8:11. that a copy of this Rsolu-
where he attended the Quality Linda Church Karen Clegg,
also allows seasonings to pen tion be presented to the family .
Wood Preservers of the ,South and Elizabeth Knoblaugh.
etrate for extra flavor. of the Honorable George
ANNUAL OPEN
convention. Mrs. Marvin Parker and Moody and that a copy be .
Mrs. John A. Clegg, counsel. Pork shoulder and loin HOUSE AT SUNLAND published In The Flagler Tribune .
ARRIVE FOR VISIT ors, accompanied the group. roasts, bacon and sausageare and a copy be spread
Sgt. and Mrs. Terry Cole good choices In that de. The Annual Open-House upon the minutes of !the Boardof
and daughter Candy of Aber. MYF DISTRICT partment. Large'-size turkeys, program at Sunland Training Commissioners of the East
deen, Md., are visiting with OFFICERS ELECTED fryers, chicken hens and eggs Center In Gainesville to com Flagler Mosquito Control District
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Carol Lynda Townsend, are worthy of your considera memorate the 46th anniversary

A. Gardei at Flagler Beach. Bunnell, was elected presidentof tion If you are looking for economical of the institution, and to Resolution adopted by the
The Coles leave Nov. 28 for the Methodist Youth Fel protein foods. inaugerate National Mental Board of Commissioners, East
Venice; Italy to reside while lowship Sub-District at a re- Retardation week, will be Flagler Mosquito Control Dis
he is on a tour of :duty with organizational meeting ait the Fresh fruits and vegetablesin Sunday, November 19th. an trict, at meeting of November
the US Army.FLAGLER Bunnell Civic Center Monday good supply Include ap nounced Superintendent R. C. 1,
night. pIes, Italian prunes, Tokay Phillips.The 1967.Frank BredeChairman

BEACH VISITORS Other officrs elected were grapes, bananas, cabbage Open-House tours will Pro-tern
Mr. and Mrs. J. Fitzpatrick JoAnne Wilson, Flagler Beach, sweet potatoes, yellow dry begin from the Auditorium at Lyman L. Gage
and three daughters of Arvl- vice president; Marsha Thorn, onions, tomatoes, cooking 1:30: P. M., and 2:15 P. M. on Secretary
da, Canada, visited at; Flagler Crescent City, secretary; Joel greens, corn, carrots, ,b'cccol'. the 19th day of the month.
Beach last week with, her parents Padgett, Hastings, treasurer. ,and cauliflower Groups will meet in the Aud
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar The Methodist Sub District itorium. After a discussion of RETURNED FROM TRIP

Mless, 143 Avalon Street. is composed of Flagler, St. PTA EXECUTIVE the Sunland Training Center Mr. and Mrs. Lillard White
The Fitzpatricks left Sun. Johns and Putnam counties.Six and the distribution of printed have returned to their homeIn
day enroute to Call, Colombia churches were represent. COMMITTEE MEETS materials, !tours will be conducted / Bunnell after spending several

South America where they ed at the meeting. PTA Membership chairman, through the Cottages, weeks In Tennessee.Mr. .
will reside.HALLOWEEN. Ninety members and 'their Mrs. Mike Steflik reported the School, Occupational Therapyand White Joined a group of
sud-district counselors, Mrs. association's membership now other areas. Projected friends In Knoxville, Tenn.
PARTY Becky Clegg: Bunnell; Mrs. totals 174 to the executive slides of the programs and fon a two week's hunting trip

About thirty.five children Mary Maltby Hastings ,and committee at a meeting Mon. activities at Sunland will be to Blue Mountain, Utah. He
Mrs. Howeron, Palate at. shown In the Auditorium. bagged nine
a point buck
attended a party at St. Johns day night at Bunnell High on
tended. School. Mrs. Robert McDaniel, Superintendent Philips said the /trip.
Park Community Hall Halloween
PTA president, presided. "About 45 guides have been Mrs. White remained in
night. FLAGLER BEACH COUPLE recruited so that the visitors'' Knoxville for a visit with her
Hostess for the party were WILL WED NOV. 17 Principal Kenneth Herring will be taken in small groups sister and brother In law, Mr.
Mrs. Joan Harper, Mrs. Eileen commended T. A. Jones for his of twenty through a representative and Mrs. Alvin Keith.
Watson Flagler
Kin. Kathy ,
and Mrs.
Harding Margie
excellent work as chairmanof sample of all cottages
Beach and Howard Hollen-
football ticket sales. and "
ney.The bach, Flagler Beach, will exchange programs.
youngsters enjoyed a
John A. Clegg was appoint. The Superintendent added,
weiner roast and refresh. wedding vows In a O. F. ALFORD
ed chairman of the nominat "Please bring your entire tam
ments. simple ceremony Friday, No. Registered
ing committee.It fly. Children under twelve will
vember 17 at Flagler Beach.
announced the fifth be entertained with movies
was Real Estate Broker
LANA ANN SHEFFIELD Friends of the couple are
and sixth grade students, under and games, and there will be
invited to a reception ait 7:30
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Shef
cribs and BunnelL Florida
the direction of Mrs. Wal play areas for the
field Bunnell at the home of Mrs. Katherlne _
Colony Park, small --
ter Morris, will present a very children. IA.
are the parents of a daughterborn Heckman, Hwy. A-l-A and
at the PTA
program regular
14th street Flagler Beach.
Sunday afternoon at 2 meeting. -
m. at Halifax Hospital
p. ,
Alex Mlkulich Port Credit
,
She eleven weighted ounces eight at poundsand birth Ontario, Canada Is visiting at HOSPITAL NOTES Flagler County Insurance
Flagler Beach with Rex Crampat
and has been named Lana ADMITTED: Walter Jenkins -
Massie's Motor Court.
Ann. Bunnell; Juanita Stubbs, Inc.
THANK YOU Bunnell; Julia Bass, Bunnell; Agency,
LISA ANN BAYLESS Vernon Brinson
Bunnell; Natalie
We are sincerely grateful to
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bayless, our friends in Flagler Beach Hannah. Bunnell; Clifford All Forms of Insurance
Keystone Heights, announcethe Higginbotham
and Beverly Beach for their Bunnell;
birth of a daughter born Brenard Koslowski 105 North
kind expressions of sympathyIn Flagler Bay Street -:- Phone 437-3171
Tuesday, October 24 at 6 p. m. bereavement. Beach; Charles Tonkin, Flag.
at a Gainesville Hospital.She Thank our you for the beautiful ler Beach; Florence Colby, Bunnell, Florida 32010LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTY

weighed six pounds and flowers and thoughful re Ormond Beach; Barbara BONDS
three ounces at birth and was membrances.Mrs. Green, Ormond; Hattie Battles

named Lisa Ann. Luta! Guillefcti Crescent City; Milton

Mr. and Mrs. Bayless are Mrs. Neva Capo \ Rodebaugh, Orange City.
both former members of the Mr. and Mrs. John DISMISSED: Frances Zell. MMiFMM'i 'TlPiaijmMM*
Bunnell High School faculty. Guiliettl ere, Frank Crawford, Earl
Rice, Joe McCartney, Julia
Lovelace, Bertha Plummer, after you see
Edwin Mitchell, D. F. Grog '
$100 REWARDFOR han, Lottie Steele, Florence your doctor. .

Spivey, John McIntosh, Carol
INFORMATION LEADING TO THE AR-
Creal, Amorette Wells, Lotus bring yourprescription
REST AND CONVICTION OF PERSON OR PER- Kendall, Grace Kinney, Clara

SONS RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE TO THE Lou Phillips and Infant son. i toPror..I8W

BANK'S DRIVE-IN WINDOW, OR FOR INFOR- UDC TO MEET TODAY

MATION LEADING TO THE ARREST AND United Daughters of the O i1AgA 1 '

CONVICTION OF. PERSON OR PERSONS IN- Confederacy will meet this

FLICTING FURTHER DAMAGE TO ANY OF afternoon at 3:15 at the home
of Mi*. J. O. Craig, 111 Orange .
THE
BANK
PREMISES.
Street Bunnell.
R -
CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL Mr'*. H. T. Cook, chapter ..
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Quantity Rights
<.< .'<<' WE GIVE \ I Reserved

r'Mg E'nr1 T S *.*

..,...'.., TOP Prices Good

Thurs., Fri., Sat., w
VALUE and Monday

SUPER MARKET Nov. 9, 10, 11,

yt > STAMPS and 13, 1967
103 SOUTH RAILROAD ST. Phone 437-3201

J !! iii1w+ s \

Lyke's (Sugar Creek) SMOKEDPICNIC
Pvt. Charles Knox, son of
Mike Tidwell, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Knox, '
USN, has returned to Memphis Bunnell, Is in basic trainingat
Tenn. after spending a Fort Benning, Ga. His ad. 'lb.
fourteen day leave with his dress is: a, 39

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Pvt. Charles Knox .
Tidwell, Hwy. A-1-A, Flagler. RA 12889975-tth Pit i
Beach.POEMS. Co. B-9th BN. 2nd. B. D. E.
USATC Fot Benning, Ga.
FORTHANKSGIVING 31905 Fresh Boston ButtPork


The students of Mrs. Ton- MAILING DATES

kin's sixth grade have been FOR CHRISTMAS Roast lb. 49
busy writing poetry and the DELIVERIES
following poems were select.
ed for publication: Postmaster Ray Mercer to-
day issued a reminder list of ,
Thanksgiving Day mailing dates for Christmas

By Paula King gifts and parcels. Fresh Delicious World's BestGROUND

The big day day.of thanks, is 'a very said The that Bunnell these postal are official final PORK STEAK Lb. 5ge BEEF Z Lbs.Danny's 9ge

deadlines
suggested by the
It's ft ll of fun and full of Pure
Post Office U. S. Choice Boneless
play. Department to ( ) Homemade ( Pork)
make sure that all mail is delivered Lb.
The young children, whether old or on time. ROUND STEAK 9ge 'SAUSAGE 2 "- 99*

Join in boldly while songs are Special attention will againbe Tender Delicious
sung. placed on the delivery of Tender Delicious (Boneless)

After play.we sing, we go out to mail to the servicemen surrounding in Vietnamand area. CUBE STEAK Lb. 8ge STEW MEAT Lb. 6ge

And we play, and we play and APO and: FPO numbers shouldbe
Armour Star
play ,all day. included on' all overseas Fresh OceanCHUCK

After, is done we,play, and thedinner military mails. STEAK. 5ge ROE MULLET Lb. Zge

We run into eat at the set of The deadline for mail to all
the sun. members of the Armed Forces
This is, why Thanksgiving is abroad are:

fun Gifts weighing more than
A time to play till the day is five pounds sent by surface

done.A postage rates, November 15.
time to be thankful for
what has been doneA Gifts five pounds or less, CaneSUGAR5Lb29.
time to be thankful for plus letters and greeting
everyone. cards sent at surface rates go
t by air on a space available
The seventh Florida ,World mall basis, December 1.
Trade Conference sponsoredby (SAM).

the Florida State Chamberof The term SAM applies to Limit (1) with purchase of $5.00 or more food order
Commerce will be held in
Jacksonville April.4-5. "Bridg all gift parcels weighing five
pounds or less to members of
Oceans for Profit"will
ing be the the theme. the Armed Forces serving Northern (Ass't. Colors) Shurfine Reg. or Drip)
overseas. These parcels may
be mailed at the regular surface ,
LOTS OF YOUNGSTERSHalf rate, but will receive COFfEE
of the world's present special attention. They will go TISSUE
population has been born by air on a space available .
War II. basis and will bear the spec Lb.
since World
ial SAM marking.Air 'I't Tin 39
10 Rolls $100.1 '
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT: mall gifts and greet

IV TUB CIRCUIT COUNTY counT, FLORIDA OKFLAGLEIl ings, December 11. Limit ((1) with purchase of $5.00 or

269 Div A Deadlines for domestic military Limit 10 Roll Please more food order
EJihfLr GRAY, and civilian mail are:
Plaintiff
Domestic Surface Mail:
LOUIS MARTIN GRAY, Martha White (Plain or S. R.) Copeland (Pure)
NOTICE Defendant.TO DEFEND Gifts to distant states, December
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: 4.Greeting.
LOUIS MARTIN GRAY FLOUR '
AND> POST OFFICE
RESIDENCE ADDRESS UNKNOWNYou cards to distant JAR LARD
are hereby notified that a states, December 10. ,
cult has been filed against you 5 Lb.
In the above entitled cause: and and cards to ,
Gifts greeting '
you are hereby required to file 47- ; 2y Lb.
yteur answer with the Clerk of near by areas, December 13. Bag .. _
this Court., and to serve a copy Jar ,, '
thereof plaintiffs upon attorney the whose plaintiff name or Domestic Air Mail: Limit (1) purchase of $5.00 or more'I

and DONALD address/',- JACOBSON, Gifts and greeting cards, food order Limit ((1) Jar Please
ESQ VInE December 19.
317 ORANGE AVENUEDAYTONA
BEACH FLORIDAnot Local Mail:
later than December 8, A. D. Calendars and similar
Kraft .
16
?. oz.MAYONNAISE Hawaiian (46 Cans
oz. )
; you fall to do so. Defaultwill items, December 8.
6e entered against you for Greeting cards, December Jar
the relief demanded In the bill 390 PUNCH 3 Cans
of complaint. The nature of said 20. 8ge :
suit beIng for Postmaster Mercer said "We
DIVORCE
WITNJ1 S my. hand and seal are asking that the public co- Everfresh (20 oz.) Everfresh
of said Court this 1th day of operate by shopping early, (Reg.) !
November GEORGE A. D'M.1987.' MOODY mailing early and using ZIP White BREAD 4.Loave. White Loaves !
95
Clerk of said Circuit Court Codes to encourage the most e BREAD 9Se
(Official Seal)
By Janice Murray efficient Christmas postal operation
Deputy Clerk ever."
Nov. 8, 18. 23. 30-4 tc

Produce Frozen Foods Dairy Items

Vine RipeTOMATOES

, l ON TIME ,
rv 50/ .__.. Z5 e Winter Garden 9 oz. KRAFT

CERTIFICATES Strawberries,
Red DeliciousBAG 2 Boxes............. :I'IVELVEE
VOLUtIACOUNTY MINIMUM SWHW-90 DAYS APPLES, T A

RENEWABLE AUTOMATICALLY 4 Lb. BagJuky ............ 45C
NATIONAL .. Morton's (Meat)
SweetORANGES LJ. Loaf
BANK OTfMHOnoond 175 W. GrG H 2 990Apprentice
Ph. ,

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ces a driver in violation if he

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT COUNTY COMMISSIONER j I PICK UP UNLOADON stops to receive or deposit

CHURCH the limited access .
passengers on
r IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT I( LIMITED ACCESSThe
WICKLINE CHOSEN
AND FOIl KLAULBK COUNTY roads.
FLORIDA HEWS Florida Highway Pa. old"law
No. 208 STATE DIRECTOR The required all vehicles
PAUL AMPEn, JR. trol reminded motorists today with three or more

Plaintiff, Flagler County Commissioner 2 that law changes by the 1967 axles to stop at railroad cross-

BAnBARA"'NEU, STAMPER, George Wickline was seat. BUNNELL Legislature prohibit drivers Ings but I passenger vehicles
FIRST BAPTIST
Defendant. ed as a director of the State from stopping to pick up or pulling trailers are now exempt
AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT Charles( D. Anders Pastor
Association of County Com unload passengers on limited from this requirement."In .
NELL STAMPER
BARBARA
TO: Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
2241 Wayne Street missioners at a recent meetingin School. access roads and cars pulling Florida last year 16,865
Chicago, Illinois 606 ItYOU' trailers are no longer required
Clearwater. accidents resulted when one
HEREBY NOTIFIED 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship
ARE ito stop at railroad crossings.Col. .
that an action for divorce Commissioner Wickline has 7:00: p.m. Training Union. car was stopped in traffic, not
has been filed against you and been member of the association at an intersection," Kirkman
\ you are required to serve a copy a 8:00: p.m. Evening Worship.Wed. H. N. Kirkman Direct.
of your written defenses, If any, since 1944. He served as .: 7:30 p.m., Prayer or of the Department of Pub. said. "And we hope the law

to torney It on for BERRIEN plaintiff BECKS whose, address at. a District Director for four Service. lic Safety said, "It is alwaysa changes" will reduce this

la: 119 North lUdicewood years and has ,been a Director Nursery all services. hazard for one vehicle to number.

Avenue, Daytona Beach Florida at for the six 2 Blocks East of stoplight when
and file the original with the large past stop on: a busy highway
clerk of the above styled Courton years. Moody Boulevard. others want and expect to The 18th annual Florida
or before November 27, 1967: Grand Prix of Endurance will
These laws
keep moving. new
otherwise judgment may be
a
entered against you for the relief LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH should reduce ,the number of be run'at Sebring on Mar. 23,
demanded In the Complaint. TUB CIRCUIT COURT Flagler Beach such dangerous stops." I and will again count for the
WITNESS my hand and the FLAGL.EII COUNTY FLOR coveted F. I. A. World
seal of said Court at liunnell. IDA. Max HalL Pastor Manufacturers -
Flagler County Florida, this CIVIL ACTION No. 251: Sunday School: 9:45. It has been unlawful for a Championship
20th day of October, A. D. 1967. MARGARET A. DURUAND,
GEORGE M. MOODY. Plaintiff Morning Worship: 11:00. person to walk on express. Points.Cranberry.

Clerk of the Circuit Court, Evening Worship: 7:30.: .
Flag ler County, Florida.Official HENRY M.s.DURLAND,
Wednesday Prayer Meeting:
( Court Seal) Defendant.
By: /1' Janice Murray _

I: Deputy Oct. 26,Clerk Nov. 2, 9, 16-4tc : HENRY NOTICETO M. DURLAND 7:30.On the corner of Third and Cues
Residence Unknown. Central.

.;, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ,
that a Complaint for Divorce
TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S has been filed against you, and FIRST METHODIST J
counT IN AND FOR FLAG- you are required to serve a copy CJtockfIL
I.KII COUNTY. F 1,0 III U A. IN of your answer or pleading to BUNNELL r : by 13m-If
PROHATB. the Complaint to the Plaintiff's Her. Oliver Taylor, Pastor
NOTICE) TO CREDITORSIN attorney LELAND B. SHAW P.
RE ESTATE OF O. Box 296, n Florida, Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
32010, and file the original answer Worship Service, 11:00: a. m. cranberries
PHEDIME JOSEPH MORIN or pleading In the office of Fresh are on stage,now through December.Fresh .
Deceased. the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Methodist Youth Fellowship. or canned or frozen tangy cranberries can play a feature
To all creditors and all persons or before the IS day of November 6:30 p. m. role in almost any meal, You can spark a breakfast with cranberry I

having against said claims estate or: demands so an .order 1967. N default you fall mtaken do be 2 Blocks ,East of Highway juice or cranberry muffins-. add zest to luncheon salads I

You and each of you. are hereby against you for the relief No. 1, Lambert Street. with cranberry sauce, whole or jellied make dinner nicely
notified and required to pre- demanded I In the complaint different by using fresh cranberries in a stuffing or dressing. I
sent any claims and demands DATED at Bunnell, Flagler That ruby-red color and unique flavor is right for desserts,.too. !
which you or either tot you, may County, Florida this 16 day of ST THOMAS EPISCOPALThe
have against the estate of PHE October, 1967. Try cranberry sauce hot or cold, over vanilla ice cream. And
DIME JOSEPH MORIN deceased GEORGE M. MOODY, Her. Robert Stuart some cool evening soon,surprise the family with this hot pudding:
late of Flagler County, Florida. Clerk Circuit Court. Priest in Charge
to the County Judge of Flagler Flagler County, Florida. Church School 10:00)( BAKED Cubes of jellied cranberQ'CRANBERRY
: a.m.
County at his office In the Count
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LELAND B. SHAW, PUDDING sauce add color to chicken
Courthouse, Bunnell Flagler P. O. Box 29S Sunday. 2 cupS Bisqulck): salad. And for a special lunch
County, Florida, within six Bunnell Florida S2010
months from the date of the Attorney for Plaintiff.Oct. Morning Worship 11:15 a.m. 1 cup sugar eon or club supper, try this
first publication hereof. All Communion first Sunday of .' salad:
19, 26. Nov. 2, I.Uo 3 tablespoons melted '
claims and demands not presented j
each month '
within the time and In LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT shortening jiFlegg CRANBERRY.
'
the. manner prescribed herein Thrre miles east of Bunnellon % pap IIIDk MARSIIMALLOW SALAD
shall be barred
as provided by Highway 100.CHRISTIAN .
law. IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT EV- 1 bag ((1 pound) fresh '
First publication on October ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 2 cups whole cranberries cranberries
26. 1917. AND FOiL FLAGLER COUNTY SCIENCE fresh
frozen
Merritt H. Powell FLORIDA. ( or ) 1 package (li ounces)

As Administrator of the CASH No. 179. SERVICES Heat oven to 350. Grease and marshmallows
Estate ofI'hedime JULIAN L. ALFORD Christian Science Services
are.
Joseph Morin Plaintiff, flour a square, pan 9x9x2 1 can (1 pound 1 ounces),
Deceased. vs l conducted Sunday morningsat inches. Mix Blsqulck, sugar crushed pineapple
Oct. 26, Nov 2, 9, 16, 4tc. JOE ANtf ALFORD, 11:00 a. m. in the lobbyof shortening milk and egg. Beat wen drained.

Defendant the Flagler Beach Hotel. vigorously / minute. Fold in 1
cranberries.Pour into cup whipping cream
:NOTICE OF SUIT prepared
"- -,.. pan. Bake about 45 minutes or whipped
I ,..; '..: TO BUNNELL
: JOE ANN ALFORD, 1324 until nicely browned. Invert J4 cup.sugarimmediately
Troupe Street Augusta, Georgia. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSRev.
YOU onto plate. While 1 cup chopped nuts
HASTINGS MATTRESS ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED -
that a Complaint for Divorce John Llngold Pastor warm, cut into squares; serve
& UPHOLSTRY WORKS has been filed aganlst you In the Sunday School 10:00 a. m. with hot Butter Sauce. (below). Grind cranberries. Mix In remaining
above styled Court, and you are Worship Service 11:00 9 to 12 ingredients. Pour: into
requested and directed to : a. m. servings
710.12 Lemon St. servea '
copy of your Answer or other Life Liners Service, 6:30p. : Butter Sauce: Combine cup a I'/i-quart mold. Refrigerate
Palatka, Florida written defense to said Com- m. butter 1 cup sugar and '/ cup overnight for a soft gelatin-like

Phone EA 5-9166 plaint Attorney upon for JAMES Plaintiff H. TUCKER, at 211, Evening Evangelistic Servo light cream in saucepan. Cook salad or freeze 5 hours. Un-

Furniture, Upholtering North Itldgawood Avenue, Day ice, 7:30: p. m. over low heat stirring constantly mold and, if desired, garnish
tona Beach, Florida and to file until smooth. with : 10 to 12
greens servings.
Repaired & Refinished the original thereof with the Deen Road.
Mattresses & Box Springs Clerk of the Circuit Court in anf
for Flagler Florida,
I Made to Order Also Renovated Flagler County'bfoue\ ; Bun THE METHODIST CHURCH
nell Florida on or before the Flagler Beach
Call Laura Morris 437.3233 18th day of November 1967. An independentinsurance
If you fall to do so, Judgment Reynold Nelson Hoover
After 6:00 P. M. by Default will be taken and Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
entered against you for the re.
PRICES REASONABLE lief prayed In said Complaint Morning Worship 11 a. m. agentis ,
BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED DONE AND ORDERED at Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45
Bunnell Flagler County Florida
t Jut as near as your this 16th day of October, p.m.Men's a man
Phone or Post Office 1967. Club meets the first you
GEORGE M. :MOODY Monday of, each month at
Drop Us a Card Call CLERK ''
or AF THE can fall back
7:30
m.
Free CIRCUIT COURT p. on
Pick-up & Delivery By Janice Murray Woman's Society of Chris-

-. .. (SEAL) Deputy Clerk tion Service the 2nd Thurs. '

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

South Daytona Avenue.


CATHOLIC CHURCHES '

BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENSFREE Rev. Fr. Anthony Leon, Postot / zk

ST. MARY'S KORONA +

ESTIMATESCUSTOM Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m. 1

Weekday Masses: Mon., Wed.,
BUILT KITCHEN CABINETS and Friday at 8:30 a.m.

BATHROOM VANITIES and STORE FIXTURES FLAGLER BEACH CHAPEL

Weekday Masses: Tuesday
Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods Thursday, and Saturday at

FURNITURE REFINISHING 8:30: a. m.

ST. STEPHEN'S. BUNNELL ,
Now.Serving Bunnell and All Surrounding Areas, Sunday Mass: 10:30: a.m. / ,', .j '

50 Mile Radius ..'i I3f
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Call Collect 437-3513 CHURCH '4'I

Flagler Beach .t. ., I'

Rev. R. W. Dickert. Pastor ", ,''Iojll

Sunday School 9:45 a. m. r4" ..

Worship Service 11 a. m. s : .

When you Communion every first Sunday

of each quarter.
DISTANCE 1ET
Daytona Avenue, South of

GEORGE School. If your home burned, your business were burgkrteed or your car
MEANS
were involved in a serious collision,would you know where to turn
DO IT!" WE MAKE for help?

NOTHING! s P A6 OUR OWN PAINT You would-if you bought your insurance through as ie-
v pendent insurance agent.

W. Pay Postage Both Ways Buy Direct--Save-Why We are independent agents, pledged to sews you first. Be awe

Pay Mare we're independent-representing a number of strong companieswe -
Use PBF Save-By-Mail" ServiceD GALLONS can select the right policies for you at the lowest cost. Whsm

r 4ml Inhft s.d IN* 3 LATEX trouble strikes, we are at your side to help you get your claim

I aterler-Exterior settled quickly and fairly, without red tape.

Welfgive you personal service when you need it, day or night
= ,. Gallon SS6iI 98 That's The Big Difference in insurance. ,

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LEGAL ADVH.K'I'ISKSMEirr!: \ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
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'TUB CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH 1T( TilE CIRCUIT COURT IN
4-H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IV AND FOR VOLUSIA COUNTY
Top Youths Named : AND FOil FLAGLEU COUN- FLORIDA
I TY FLORIDA FRANK B. VENEER b/a
:
: n"rnv XO. MOO JACKSONVILLE
CITY Ob* 1-\\.0..1:04. EAC'H, COMPANY,
a municipal corporation existing Plaintiff,
Chicago Congress Delegates : under the rows of the vs.
State of Florida Flagler County C. B. KING AND HATTIE: KINO
'-' Florida Defendants.
o __ .__ Plaintiff.
Five Florida 4-H Club memo that to be In NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S BALE
the winner's
bers representing an Impressive circle Sponsoring Bush, whose project CERTAIN LANDS upon which
variety of skills are takes more than luck. It takes is electric Is Westinghouse Special Assessments are delinquent NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
among those coordination fleetness of foot, Electric Corporation. THAT, P A. EDMONSON as
whose best-in-state awards for the Defendants SHERIFF OF FLAG LEU\ COUNTY -
will to
their projects have won them win, and that special Bush has given dozens of OP SPECIAL MAST- FLORIDA by virtue of a
trip to the Na- a union o>; horse and rider that demonstrations in his project NOTICE ER' SALK certain writ of Execution heretofore -
TO THE DEFENDANTS HERE. Issued out of the Circuit
tional 4-H Club ;:::-----, IN AND ALL OTHEUS WHOM Court in and for Volusla Coun-
Congress In Chi IT MAY CONCERN: ty, Florida on the 9th day of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN August A. D., 1967. I have lev
cago Nov. 26 that the undersigned SPECIAL ied upon and taken into my constructive -
through 30.They d Circuit Court custody the following
Seventh RJJletle In andfor described real >> as the\
are : Flagler County Florida. un- property of the Defendants. Cfv<
Dayna Robosky der, pursuant to and by virtueof B. KING and HATTIE KING, lo*
16 daughter of a Final Decree of Foreclosureas Gated In Flagler County Florida -
amended entered In the above to-wlt:
Mr. and Mrs. entitled cause pending In the A part Of the SWIG of Section
John Robosky Circuit Court Seventh Judicial 3. Township II
,,0 f Bon if a y; ... L Circuit for Flagler Coun. 30 East and, more particularly
Carol Me Cor'mick Mill R Og.SIY L Mill Wshher Mu! McCormick Bush Spoon.rand ty.will:Florida.at 11.00 Chancery A. M. on No.Mondaythe 6000 described a concrte as monument follows: Beginning'at marking

17, daughter of Mr. and only love kindness and practicecan has received Uth day ot November Flagler 1967 the original Southeast corner of
door of
numerous at the front the
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Mrs. W. L. McCormick, Apala. produce. : County Courthouse, Bunnell.Florida the said Section; 8. as a point of
awards and recognitions. reference and running thence
wtlisell
chlcola; Donald Bush 16, 'ion Miss McCormick, whose project Spooner's winning project is at. offer public for auction sale and to the South 87* 40' West, along the
of Mr. and Mrs. Emos was bidder for cash South line of the' said Section 8.
Bush, safety will be hostedon highest and best
beef and his trip is sponsored andclaim a distance of 4278.22 feet to an
Century: Edward Spooner, 17, her visit to Chicago by Gen by E. I. du Pont de tyemdiirs &' all the of right the, title.defendants Interest CERTAIN Intersection with the Easterly
eral Motors. boundary of the 150 foot rightof
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray LANDS, upon which assessments
During the Company. His cattty have, steadily are delinquent and way of the Florida East
past she has
year
Spooner Greensboro and Wan Coast Railway; 'thence North
numerousu bound by
won awards. parties or persons
da Walther 18, daughter of Mr. made surveys of unsafe inter- said Final Decree as amended In 10* 13' 41" West, along the said
sections in her community; Miss Walther whose specialty and to the following described Easterly right or way boundary
and Mrs. Robert Walther of compiled case histories of accidents is home improvement; will property, situate! lying and being a distance of 1791.92 feet to the
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of point of beginning of this description -
in the County Flagler
Brewton Ala., near the state- and how they could have be hoated'at the, cpngress 'by' + Sta,{e q( Florida, to-wlt! : ; thence continuing

line.Winning been prevented; prepared a display The S & H Foundation,' Inc. Beginning at a 'potnl/07 feet North 10* 13' 45" West, a distance -
in the horse for East and 116 feet South of the of; 8 to a point
category poison prevention and Skilled in all phases of homemaking Northwest of Tract 10 15.14 feet Southerly from the

Miss Robosky will be prepared a program on kitchen and home Improve running West corner to the east line ol> point where the quarter section
line Intersects said
sponsored by Merck & Co. safety. the John Anderson Highway as the Easterly
on
ment she has given right of way boundary thence
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numerous It now lies, thence In a Southeasterly ;
"The little
cost of
her trip. my safety demonstrations 'and' exhibition direction along said east North U.41' 80" East, parallelto
project," observes Miss and south :of the quarter
McCormick
Two of her horses have won line of said John Anderson Highway '
"probably saved consider tours. to the south line of the section line, a distance of
70 riding and showing trophies able in doctor The Cooperative Extension north half of Tract 10, thence 1306.81 feet, to an intersectionwith
money bills and the Westerly boundary of
within East along said line to the West
the
past two years. She possible fire damage by encour Service, which directs 4-H activities line of Connecticut Avenue. the 100 foot right of way of U. S.
explains: Thence North along said line to Highway No. 1; thence South
aging
awareness of safety prac selects the, award win all In 14* IB' West along the said
the point of beginning;
"Many a time we've found tices." -
ners. '- D. Section 11 Township Westerly right of way bounda.
Plo South Range SI fast. In the ry. a distance of 91965 feet;
Bunnell Development Company's thence South 87* 41 80"; West, a
Allotment per plat filed with distance of 921.80 feet, to the
points a $30 Job. None of the Clerk te' Circuit Court of point of beginning of this de.
Flagler County, Florida, EXCEPTING scrlptlon EXCEPTING THERE
these repairs were necessary THEREFROM Beng apart FROM the following parcels of
I Too Late her car had been carefully of the North half of Tracts land, to-wit The Southerly 200'
checked and In perfect 9 and 10 of Block "D" Section of the above described propertyand
put 11, Township 12 South Range 81 further excepting therefromthe
condition ,by top-noticch me- East, according to plat of Bun following parcels of land, to-
READiilJSEEGULARLY' II IIs To Classify chanics, with only one minor nell Development Company, and wit:
more particularly described as
1. Being of the
I adjustment which a part 8WV1
1 i I Itb Russell Kor necessary follows: of Section 3, Township 12, South.
I NT could be made with the turn Beginning at the Northwest Range 30 East and more particularly -
of a screw driver. corner of the Bald Tract 10, asa described as follows:
/ point of reference and running Beginning at a concretejnonu-
Who works on your car thence South 1 degrees 25 m nt marking the original
Under the new law passedby 05" East, along the West line of Southeast corner of th f( said
have motor trouble
when you the last legislature Florida the said tract 10, a distance of Section 8, as a point of ; reference
? Is it some one you know 118.0 feet to the point of beginning and running thence ,South
motorists will be required to this thenceNorth 87* 40'
of description; West, along the South
and can trust? have their cars checked !twIce 88 degrees 22' 40" East. line of the said Section 3'a dis
a distance Unnecessary car repairs a yean. to be sure they are in West boundary of Connecticut with the Easterly

1,., .. ., "' cost motorists hundreds of good mechanical condition. Avenue, thence South 1 degree boundary of the 150 foot, rightof
? 26' 05" East along the West way -of<< the Florida East
thousands of dollars throughthe Unless we watch it we will boundary of Connecticut Ave Coast Railway, thence North

activities of unscrupulousgarage find that motorists will be nue, a distance of 68.0 feet 10' IS' 45" West along the said
South 88 degrees 22 40" West Easterly right of way boundarya
Why operators and jack-leg taken for plenty by checkers a distance of 100.85 feet to an distance of 1761.92 feet, to
who will find so many things Intersection with the Easterly the point of beginning of this
repairmen.
boundary of the 60 foot right of descrlpton; thence continuing
The wrong a motorist will haveto way of the John Anderson Highway North 10. 18' 46" West, a distance
Checking on the situationthe mortgage his soul to keep thence North 18, degrees of 450 feet; thence North
American Automobile Assoclatinon 21' 50" West, along the said 87' 41' SO" East distance of
his car In operation. easterly right Christian! put a car in perfect a distance of 21.09 feet to the 46" East, a distance of 450 feet;
condition with the exceptionof The law opens up so many West line of said Tract 10: thence ,South 87. 41 80", West
thence continuing North 18 degrees a distance of 350 feet to the
Science one minor adjustment and ave ues for crooks to gyp the 21' 60" West along said point of beginning of this description

turned the car over to a lady unsuspecting motorists thatit Easterly right of way boundary; i
I a distance of 29.46 feet; thence 2. Being a part of the Southwest
$
driver who was Instructed to pitiful. North 88 degrees 18' East, a Quarter of Section 8 Township
Monitor take the car to repairmen distance 1 of 11.50 feet ;: the point 12 South, Range 30 East
I Realizing the danger the of beginning of this description. and more particularly described -
have it checked by them and situation holds for the motor Bearings are referred to the as follows: Beginning at aconcrete
be given their diagnosis and True Meridian and parcel containing monument marking the
recommends ing public car manufacturers, 0.15 acres. Deed Book original Southeast corner of the
estimate of necessary repairs. oil companies and others dependent 46, page 217, Flagler County said Section 3, as a point of reference
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and
Records running thence 87
The young lady visited a on motorists are take The said property as aforesaid 40' West, along the South line

you read number of repair shops. Although ing steps to protect motorists being sold to satisfy said of the 4278 said.22 feet Section to 3 an, a Intersection distanceof

a glowing red light on and, reduce their operating any Decree and as all amended valid ,prior subject mort-to with the Easterly boundaryof

your localnewspaper the dash 'board of the car cost gages rights., liens and encumbrancesand the the fa East right Coast of Railway way of;

made the trouble easy to pin. They are establishing Diagnostic Dated this Slst day of Octo.bel' along thence the North said 10:'18'1:5lg't.o ti>
point, only one of the shops A. D. 196T.
Centers where licensed way boundary, a distance of
visited diagnosed the trouble.At ICELAND B. SUA W. 2211.92 feet to the point of beginning
supervised technicians go Special Master of this description;!
several places she was over your car with a fine tooth OSSINSKY AND KROL thence continuing North 10* IS'
Is wlde'rangsnewspaper 411 Main Street 45" West, a distance of 455.14
Your local newspaper a instructed to leave the car
Its comb while you wait. They Daytona Beach, Florida feet to the Quarter Section ligg2
with many features. and they would get to it when check everything tires, battery Attorney for Plaintiff thence North 87. 4V 80" W.V
emphasis Is on local news. It also Nov 2 a distance of 450 *
could. After 15 or more 9, 2 to. feet thenc
reports the major national and Inter. they with modem mechanicalaids South 10; 18' 45* East a dls.
national news. repair men had "checked it that! tell them just what tance of. 906.14 feet; thence.
YOUR out" she received the follow- the trouble Is. South S7 41' 80" West, a dls-
THE MONITOR COMPLEMENTS feet thence
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT iftSI1..00 ; North
LOCAL PAPER ing reports and bills for "serv A complete examination ata West a distance of

We specialize In analyzing and Interpreting ice rendered": test center takes less than 30"450 feet; thence South 87- 41
IN TIIH CIRCUIT COUIIT OF distance of 30 feet
the Important national and Her carburetor was cleaned one half hour and costs $9.50. FLAG LEI' COUNTY, FLORIDA tod the tint of beginning of thU
International. Our intention Is .Ifflptlon. ,
news. and the service-
overhauled an au- Performing same
and
to the into sharper focus. In Case Ne. 2tr netAUMend refer
The bring Monitor news has a world-wide staff of omatic choke Installed for that ordinarily would cost you TONY PANTALONE. offset.v n with no variation

Another shop adjust. $50 or more. It Includes 86 different Plaintiff.
correspondents-some of them ranK $16.50. 'Ih on the 13th of
among the world's finest And theMonitor's ed the carburetor for $1.50 tests based on factory ELIZABETH TANTALONE, ... 4t A. D., un, bet. the

Incisive, provocative editorials another made an adjustment: specifications. They recom Defendant. lag 1 1i o'hours look In of the sale, namely

are followed lust as closely foe $3.50. Shop after shop repaired mend such repairs as they NOTICE 2.:0 0'clock: In the afternoon forenoon and
STA on
PANTALOOhOOETO:
by the men on Capitol Hill as they THJ said c 1&1', at the front or
her car and billed her deem necessary for safe operation EJLlZABBTH! the d of"
are by the Intelligent, concerned and to 118 CON KLIN A.VENUEBINOHAMPTON
adult on Main Street for $12.50 to $18. you can go any NEW YORK Sft dsra-jsate'
MONITORYou Another; shop told her she garage or repair man you You are hereby notified that .. :
WHY YOU SHOULD TRY THE wish but know Just what suit has been filed against you aCf offer wf"yttr&itev
probably know the Monitor's professional would have to replace spark you In the above entitled cause; and the hlghe.t '

reputation as one of theworld's plugs install a voltage regulator repairs may be needed withno you are ebItIt't': to file .....
the and guess work. your answer Clerk of
Try new
finest newspapers. condenser (
B.
this Court and to serve a copytl&.ot KING HATT&d1tG.Ciu
Moniton: see how It will take you upon the plaintiff or to and takes :.
above the average newspaper reader. plaintiffs attorney, whose namean4 tact.1' t aM all prior 11.on.As :
beloW address is: sAt1rlD L taidNeUVut
Just fill out the coupon Mr. Charles J. Luke II
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MO North Rldffewood Avenue COII P'oilat

TIlt CMlttfta tItHe MHIt.r TOYS WANTEDNew D later&t&CJ'! ,c Floridanot 2 A. D. s3' t, A. Lld

One Norway Street 1917. 'LtornD.tRtW.PBNIDtf} ESQUIRE
Boston Massachusetts, U.S.A. 02115P. It you fall to do so. Default "84 North Grandview t

..... start my .....11or IIIIIICrlptlon for used and broken toy to be repairedand will be entered aganlst you for Daytona Beach Florida Avenue
the relief demanded in the bill
lit period shocked beta*. I sscliN. Children.For Oct. 19, 28, Nov. 2,
distributed to Flagler County Needy of complaint The nature of said I, ftc
S, ,.....(U...fwuls,. suit I being for
lVtMtfM C e as..1 l12 Disabled
contact Flagler County
8 pickup DIVOtL
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Veterans, Jim Boee Chapter No. 86. Phone 439 ofW D.'AII SllUt 4&ye. of

n.Miatree ...
2490. 3 ."'KOODY

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Toy may be left at Btmnell Dry Cleaner. or

e1b Atlantic Hardware at Flagler Beaeh. (OffclifiWSFMr*

slits .....-.r .. !; It, $1. 4tc.

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WINNERS IN DESSERT nell High School, were Judgesfor Panchella, most unusual dessert 8-THE fXJlGLER TRIBUNE THUR&, NOVEMBER 9, 1967BEST

RECIPE CONTEST the !recent Dessert Contestat : recipe; Pie division, Mrs.

ANNOUNCED Flagler Beach Elementary Betty Herring first place and

School sponsored by the PTA. Mrs. Ann Batten, second
I Mrs. Judy Santucci, home place; Cake entries, Mrs. Bet.
1 economist of Florida. Power & There submitted were twenty.for five entries ty Johnson, first place and
Light and Mrs. Nancy Caithey, Judging. Mrs. Jasper White second
t home economics teacher, Bun. Winners were: Mrs. Rose place. f

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Rapid growth of tho egg in. button tied to retail areas 4)) spots and othel'mpurltles-b
ii,. dustrjr in six Southeastern greatly improved quality as a done on the assembly lino. A
states-Georgia Florida, Ala. natural part of growth; 6) bet constant' stream of eggs slid
barns, Mississippi}, North Carolina ter packaging; 6) all-out promotion across a conveyor which at one
and South Carolina-Is of eggs and egg prod- a strong light il-
seen as having a healthy impacton ruminating the interiors of
the entire.Southeastern ucts.Georgia leads all the other about four (dozen eggs at one*.
economy in an article published states in the area in egg* product Hand-candling is a thing of the
recently in the Southeastern Bourne credits this leader-
Poultry Times. chip in part to the decision of past.After candling, the eggs ate
Bylined by Ray R. Bourne,of Georgia producers several years re-oiled, and recooled to be-
Packaging Corporation of ago to tax themselves two centsa tween 42 and 48 degrees.At the
America, a firm now completing casa for education, advertIs- same time, packages! in which BICYCLE ENTRY
a large molded pulp plant in ing, and promotion of Georgia tho eggs will be shipped are
Macon, Ga., the article stresses eggs and egg products. cooled to the same temperature. Perry Blanton son of Dr. cycle that won him first place
that an all-out industry emphasis Producers have come to real Delivery to area:food"gtorta and Mrs. Blanton, Flagler for the best decorated bicyclein I
on quality Is a major factorin Izo the importance of producing has been'speeded up to 36 hours.' Beach, Is shown with his bi the Halloween parade.
the egg industry's phenomenal quality eggs for both the local Careful attention to quality
growth. and national markets, throughthis control, maintains Bourne, as
The industry has given the extensive program. well as all of the egg producers
Southeast an economic boom Annual sales of eggs in Geor- interviewed in Ids article, las
-l = where it needs it the mostInthe gia totaled S123.439.000 in growth a major .
rural areas, according to 1966; in 1960 the total was $89- of the egg industry.the
Bourne. 400,000; in 1956, $39,661,000. This has minimized shelf Ill 'k ; : '
Ten years ago, the six states Other states in the area also and given ,the industry a de-
produced only 33 per cent of show similar growth curves. served reputation for reliable, .
i the eggs needed for consump- The egg business has come along uniform high quality. New ; *
I tion within their boundaries, way since the time when packaging concepts also>> are
, +' and imported the rest. Today, farm wives scooped eggs up in playing a vital role in,the success '
I I the same states produce their their aprons. of the. Southeast, egg in-
\\'I own needs with more than: 50 Huge, air-conditioned egg dustry. .
t'to per cent left over for export. production centers with as Damage to eggs in transit has
Fifty per cent of tho eggs many as a million birds at one been cut to almost nothing by + r
produced in the entire U.S. now location have made the modern
the use of cushion-like molded
come from these six Southeastern egg basket a product of advanced -
states. science.On pulp trays and retail cartons.To .
Bourne states that the boom the large farms,,eggs are meet the fast-growing demand
in egg production can be traced gathered at least three or :four for more egg packaging-
.' I to six major developments: 1) times a day.,They; are quickly materials, Packaging Corporation
I ";: larger but fewer farms: 2) new washed, treated with oil to seal a major supplier,has constructed
I mechanized processes in packaging shell pores against air entry a.$4,000,000 plant in
\ and packaging at producing and cooled to 65 degrees. Macon, Ga., which will begin
sites; 3) speeded-up distri I Candling-checking for blood operations this fall. w

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Pictured are the winners Photos by Theo C. Heln

,"-w e're warm in winter. '.'. '.v: selected participating from over 100 In youngsters the. for 1 the funniest costume: a

'L :',,' ,. Halloween costume paradeat Fisherman, was: won by Bill
: Flagler Beach. Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs.
f cool in i summer" j"j"'I Prize for the most original Allen Reynolds. Melony Laing

,' : I costume, a bat, was won by daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
'. ,. mn "< Martin Steflik, son of Mr. and John Laing, won the prize for

Two comtoffa In one with fame/ess electric Jeve, oCyc&lr conditioning Mrs.'t.'Louis, Steflik. First prize the prettiest costume.

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Farm TourCookoui Cooperating in sponsoringthe
tour and cookout besides

j PlannedFor the Farm-City Week Committee
4 will be the Flagler Coun .
ty Chamber of Commerce,
Nov.
21At
Bunnell Lions Club and Flag1 .
a meeting of the Jarm- ler,Boll and Water Conservation
Y{ ,.1.,2. ,City:" Weei lc Committee last District.
.tt..o Friday members called for a Other projects planned by
tour of farm and ranch areas the group were to ask Mayorsand
,. Electric Reverse-Cycle air extra cost of separate heating and of the county to highlight National Chairman of the Board of
conditioning is the cleanest, safest,'._ ._ cooling systems. Farm-City Week, November County Commissioners to sign

cheapest way to heat and cool your homer, nameless electricity eliminates fumes,i 1723. proclamations, offer speakersto
: for Ideal comfort. ; smoke,soot and odors. No fuss,no Plans are to tour cattle, various groups meeting
horse and cabbage farms in during November 17.23 and
Gives constantly freshened, mu s..Just dial for year'round comfort
you the county and enjoy an outdoor make a TV program.
filtered air. ... in a quieter, more as you like it..winter or summer. cookout at the last stop.A Members of the Farm-City

healthful homel! .. See your electric air-conditioning final schedule of stops is Week Committee are: Don

One compact unit saves space and the. contractor or appliance dealer today! incomplete but farm and Jordan, Chairman; TIlman
ranch areas in Haw Creek, Robinson, Secretary; A. B.
Bimini and Flagler Beach are Johnston; Ronnie Cathy; G. B.
,4 I under eomideration. The date Kelley; George Clegg; Louis
: THERE'S NO MATCH FOR has been set foci Tuesday, November Steflik; Lewis Wadtworth;
21 beginning at 12:30P. : Shelton Barber; Herbert Fuller
: If;, :,. yo FLAMELESS ELECTRIC i. ( M. The group will leave ; P. A. 'Edmonson.Committees .
I : l 7w ...it's: cheaper,too I from the Courthouse 1n private assigned to i
"\ autos. date are Program, Don Jordan I
Anyone may attend the and Tllman Robinson; Cookout -
FLORIDA POWER HIlHMt VIIO t LIGHT flOHlOA COMPANY tour and oookout, however P. A. Edmonson and Tom
reservations ntuat be made in Lenssen; Publicity, Lyman
'-- advance by calling!: the County Gage, Herbert Puller, Tilman
Agent's Office, 437.3122. Robinson, Don Jordan.






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