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 16, 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: UF00079914:00409
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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t AFTER THE GAMEScore The rIgi i' Tribune HIGH LOW

a safety In ,heavy Day A.M. P.M. A.M.. P.M
football traffics this ,
season by 16 7:42 8:00: 1:06: 1:42
practicing safe driving at all
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time; Is the advice given to
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day to motorists by the Flor- VOL. 55 NO. 46 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16 1967 S3. 0 A TEAR 19 9:30: 9:48: 2:48: 3:36:

Ida Highway Patrol. 2010:12: 10:24: 3:24: 4:12: !;
Pointing to the fact that
2110:48: 11:06: 4:06: 5:00
thousands of drivers will be STATE OFFICIAL FFA CABBAGE FIELD
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Involved In the crowded traf OBSERVES BHS ; a 4
fic going to and from the
many football games In;FlorIda PROGRAMMr. 1967 CHRISTMAS

Colonel H. N. Kirkman, Rieslnger. Health and '. STAMPS NOW '. ,') ";'. a
Patrol 'Commander
said ,
Physical Education Consult
"Courtesy and a sense of AVAILABLEThe
ant of the State Departmentof
fairness ore an essential part Education visited Bunnell 1967 special Christmas

of safe driving, but drivers High School last Tuesday to Stamp is now on sale at the
must also remember that driving observe the new physical ed Bunnell Post Office. A sheetof

Is no game and It"is not a ucation program adopted by .,.. this year's stamp and .a'
I competitive activity. said the school vstem this year. tear tf ten of last ''year's
d According to Kenneth Herring stamp are on display in,the:
"Remember too", concluded "
,. Colonel Kirkman, "That the school principal, Mr.. offlee.:
excitement of a football game Rieslnger was "very impress. : ) !
ed" with the school's out i The ovation given the 1966
I must be put aside when
.Special. Christmas was]
get under the wheel and take standing physical education stamp
so overwhelming that the Post
program. Reisinger said he
on the serious business of
driving home." .. felt so, much progress had Office Department has Issued
been made at the Bunnell essentially the same stamp I

LEGIONNAIRES MEET plant, that he planned to re this year but in the commem.
turn to Tallahassee and work orative size. This Is the sixthin
MONDAY NIGHTAmerican toward Bunnell becoming a a series of 'holiday stamps.
Legion :Post 115 Demonstration Center aheadof The 1967 version will be
will meet Monday, November schedule. bigger than last year's and
20 at p. m. at the Bunnell Schools throughout the will include more of the "Madonna -
Civic Center' to plan the annual state recognized by the State 'and Child with: Angels
community lighting contest Department of Education as ," painted in the 15thcejotury
sponsored by the Post. having outstanding programsare by the Flemish artist
Commander Levi Brannam selected as demonstrationcenters. Hans Memling. The masterpiece

will.Pr sd. Following certain criteria hangs in the National
set by the President's Gallery of Art in Washington

FARM. TOUR SCHEDULE Council of Physical' Fitness D. C .I
Highlighting NationalFarmCity and the State Department of Postmaster' Mercer noted

' -Week this year will Education, these centers are, that use of the special five-

. be a Farm Tour for ;Flagler expected to exemplify\sound Future Farmers of America tional Instructor FFA mem cent stamp or any other five-

Countians on Tuesday, Nov. program of physical educa. "of Bunnell High School have bens pictured left to right are cent stamp on Christmas
21. Following Is a scheduleof tion. planted 3 acres of cabbage at Mlfichel Henry Jimmy Harp cards affords first-class treat.
stops and times of arrival: Principal Herring stated the FFA plot on the Espanola er, Kenny Splvey, Evan Yelvlngton. ment. That means the cards
1 1230 p. m., leave from, Bun. during an evaluation study Road under the supervision of Ricky Mlnchew is will be forwarded if the recipient '
" nell Courthouse made by the Southern Association Ronnie Cathey, BHS Voca driving the tractor has moved at return.

.;.. 12:45: p: m., arrive' Raymon of Colleges and schoolsat ed if there is no forwarding
I Tucker's. Bunnell High School two address. In addition, first.,
\ 1:55: p. m., arrive George years ago, a physical flness FLAGLER BEACHTAXPAYERS class postage on an envelope-

,', degg's. .,. Ui program was recommended TREND OUTLINED fORWNNEELT40N3 means that. the sender may
i 2.55, ., bY.dhe SACSj group, PLAN MEETING.. write a message on the card.
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Local scholn .. : ... Greeting cards sent third-
. 'r f;'_cer's. 'stranger ...... I ; fIi I. < he.Tglef: Beach"'rupaye' -
3:40: p. m., arrive Stefllk farm. Izlng the need for a Z. G. Holland, Jr:, chairmanof eds Association has.''planned class mail are afforded none'
, f4:50: p. m., arrive Tom Lens physical education at Bun the organizational commit a meeting for Monday, NOel of the above advantages
nell High, contacted the State Cards sent by third-class mail
sen's tee of the North, Florida vember 27 at 7:30: p. m. Arrangements
5:30: p. m., Barbeque at Lens Department of Education last Growers Exchange traced the for a meeting which cannot be delivered
1 sens. spring to inquire about improvements trend of potato production In place are being made and will wind up In the dead letter office.

For barbecue reservationscall and requirementsfor the nearby Hastings area to be announced later. .
County Agent's Office, becoming a demonstration Bunnell Lions Club members All Flagler Beach taxpayersare The postmaster urged all
\ 4373122. school, Mr. Herring said. The Monday at their luncheon Invited to attend.P. area residents to shop and
t State Department recommended meeting. mall early and use ZIP CodeIn'

PROCLAMATION the President's Council on T. A. MEETING 'all addresses.PROCLAMATION'.
Physical Fitness Program. Holland pointed out the .
WHEREAS 1967 marks the MONDAY, NOV. 20
It After adopting the program high cost of,potato productionfrom
13th annual anniversary of 'Bunnell High was designatedas the standpoint of labor A play entitled "Make Bunnell ;. d'

FARM-CITY WEEK .sponsor a pilot school for a years and other farm expenses. lIe Somebody Thankful Today" Office of the Mayor -.
I.1 ed by more than one hundred; grace period. Upon completing explained the organization of will be presented by the fifth Bunnell
fifty National Organizations.To !the necessary require their recently formed NFGE and sixth, grade students at .
, WHEREAS the prosperity
promote a better understanding ments BHS was scheduled to to assist potato growers in the Bunnell: Parent*TeacherS ,
( between Farm and be considered as a demonstra meeting increasing price com Association meeting Monday, and well-being of Flagler'' .
City dwellers and to foster November 20 at '7:30 County are dependent, to 'a'
; tion center in the fall of 1968, petition.Mr. : -p. tn.
: the development of a better but after Mr. Rieslnger's recent the school auditorium.The large degree, upon cooperation
a !knowledge and appreciationof visit, may be consideredafter Holland commendedlocal play will be presented between two major'elements l
I each other's needs, better the first of the year. residents Raymon Tuck. under the direction of Mrs. of our society; rural
r cooperation Is needed. Coach Joe Kirkland Bun er, Alfred Tuucker, Louis Stef- Laura Morris. Students par and ,urban people, and '
t\ : WHEREAS, both farm and nell Physical Education Director Ilk, W. W. Deen and Don Jordan ticipating are Mona Wether- WHEREAS, the complexities -
Si. city people need to realize the In charge of the program for work on the organization ington, Paula Kiwala.. Jan of their individual problems -
interdependence upon each said the staff was striving committee representing Petryman, Marcy Strickland, and the divergence of

( I other and have much. to. "sain to give the children In the Flagler County. Dot Tucker, Paul Kiwala, Jay their activities can.ltad'to! a .,
:, .by promoting this good community the best qualityof Rodgers, Jeff Crews, Ted An. lack of understanding between ,- \
; Lions president' P, A. Ed. ders these two and
neighbor policy" instruction. Floyd McKelvln, Chip groups,
i,f. WHEREAS, Flagler Countyis Working with Coach Kirkland monson announced the broom Brooks and Cliff Sheffield. Also WHEREAS, Farm-Cit'Week J r '(
I sharply divided between a on the new program is sale proceeds turned In to featured on the program observances have for several I
fanning commttnilty in the Mrs. Mary Gumee, Health Co. date netted $80.00 will be the student chorus. years provided unparall d I

:west and a seaside resort in ordinator. Other faculty Members approved a $15.00 The PTA objectives will be opportunities to furthe \ ,.g
the east, we must appreciateeach members involved in the donation to help defray the reviewed by Mrs.: Robert Me- understanding between f. .
other's problems and physteal program are Coaches Farm Tour planned In observance .Daniel, president. and city people, and .F
how they affect all of us Sarlta Bradley, Jack Hall and of Farm-City Week. Mrs. Mike Stefllk, membership WHEREAS, a
THEREFORE, I, HerbertFuller Jack Hardin and Charlie Mae There were sixteen: memo chairman will give a report Week 19671'City ] !
Mayor of the tfcy ,f Piersons. bers and three guests present on the 1967.68 membership been created in :
Flagler Beach, Florida, do Coach Kirkland said plansare drive. PTA membershipsnow ty by : ." 1
hereby proclaim the week of underway to present a THANKSGIVING SERVICEST. total 200 and parents who major' agricultural agencies j
November 17th Ittm1 November complete demonstration of the have not Joined the organization and organisations of our
I 23rd, 1967 as Farm-Clty program to the parents and THOMAS CHURCH may do so Monday nightor County.

Jo Week. all Interested persons.COURTHOUSE There will be a Special by contacting Mrs. Stef- NOW, THEREFORE, I, !
: BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED lik. Shelton Barbef; by virtue of "
Thanksgiving Service and I
I that I also urge all resident OFFICES TO Refreshments will be serv the authority vested in me'as ,
Communion at St.
Holy .

of the City of Flagler CLOSE FOR THANKSGIVING Episcopal Church Sunday Thomas ed following the business Mayor of Bunnell do hereby !
if' Beach to take part in the MOTORCADE meeting and program. proclaim November 17.28, \
, November 19 at 10:00
All m.
TOUR of the offices in the Flagler : a. 1967 as a
Courthouse will The Reverend Shumaker will
farms and citrus groves in County close GOSPEL SERVICES FARM-CITY WEEK
Flafler County starting at all day Thursday, Nov 28 and deliver the morninfc.message. CONDUCTED in Bunnell, and call upon aWmkfents I' I

t 12:30: P. M. on Tuesday, November Friday, Nov. 24 for the Gospel Services will be conducted to participate in thfe '\, ,
21st lilt the County Thanksgiving holidays a* at the Espanola Community observance to increase puWteaprecUtkm -
'. Building In Bunnell. The tour cording to George Moody, STATE COMMITTEE Hall beginning Tuesday of the swonf faf> 1-'
" will end with a ohfcken BarB Clerk of the Circuit Court. November 14 at 7:30: p. tens shared by rural and u*
- No reservations are needed AMIMCAN LEGION loner Otis Hunter h*. been Service will be held each IN WITNESS WHCKKOr, I !! .44

, for the tour, tout it 11 in tfiaset- TUUY MOOT -appoint** to the 1wr.e- m- Tueeday Wednesday and have hereunto set my hand I '
ed that those who *'* t.par am f0,01fe -- -=: and Retirement Thursday at 7:30 p. m. and and caused the Great BM tf t J.r

take of he free Bar-B-Q phone "J4IIM ... 'UI Sunday afternoon at 4 p. m. the City of Bunnell this Mfc ,/. t
the Agriculture AfSnt at 4373123. > ..._._, ,...., Shoot Commissioner Hunters appointment The ncmdenomfaiatfonsl day of November, A. D. 1MLSheMon r
Sunday dtsrnoon at 1 p. m. was mad bjr. La- services will be conduced by Barber i
(Seal) Herbert Fuller at the Bhnlnl Bar, Highway mar Hancock PresMtnt dOts Elizabeth Kelly and Peggy Mayor '
Mayor, qty of Flagler If). State Association of County Ferguson. Nancy Bodjten#
Beach Everyone! Is invited. Commissioners. Everyone is Invited. City Clerkr..r.

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( DUNNELL',IL FLORIDA. Flagler County Civil Air Lean Western BOSTON BUTT
Patrol Unit members are jIbPA4/ff
LEN WILSON planning to sponsor a Turkey
Editor and Publisher Shoot Sunday Dec. 17 at
1:00 at the Bunnell Air. Pornoast
New Editor portPlans
for the event were

De.lgaated Bcwipaper for allEntered made during the units regular DAY... L Ib. 49cRgfS..rra
Legal Aa.ertlslas' meeting Wednesday night
at the courthouse, accordingto
at aecond class matter Jan Spangler, Commander.'
February C. 1911. .t the poit- .. xv1
office at Bunnell. Florida, under The local unit meets each Wilson' "Certified" ((14 |DS.. and up)
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. at
Act of March J 111$
,the courthouse. '":.,

One Year 10.' -Per Copy. $&& TURKEYS : Ib 39

Six Months ._....$%.00 CLASSIFIED ..." .,
Outside :Flatter County
...00 Per Tear ADVERTISINGRATE Fresh Florida: Grade "A" (4-7 Jo Avg.)

tmERSTO'THE.o II Baking HENS lb. 37

word. Minimum
.. charge per issue $140. Lyke's "SUGAR CREEK" SMOKED ((6-8 lb. Avg., ) ,

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buttonholes, .
It Just keeps turning over Blind stitches, ;
and over in my brain-"What decorates, etc. Original price
$300. Has balance $61.20 or .
klnd'of could do it?
My; little a person girl had a big reliable party in this area can U. S. D. A. Choice "STANDING' Lean Western,,<

white rabbit up until Friday assume $8. ninthly payments.
evening or Saturday morning, Phone Jacksonville COLLECT RIB ROAST PORK LOIN ROAST
3531946. Ask for Credit Man .
that was more like a puppy V '
than a'rabbit. It had the run ager. Will deliver, no obllga lb. lb.
of our property and many tion. Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, gte 7ge 6ge
times, of our home. She was .. .
even "house broken" even 2 Bedroom unfurnished house Valleydale "COUNTRY SMOKED" ((14-16 I Ib. Avg.)
though it was to the dog's back of Brannam's Grocery. .I
Contact Duane Deen, 437.3228,
bed.Last Saturday morning, my evenings. 10-19-tf : ,
little girl found her little pet Ib.HAWso
-minus' the body. Some SEPTIC TANK cleaning; drain HAM
brave soul had cut its head fields, Installed; Rota-Roter
and ears''off, probably with a snail shell Reasonable prices.
machete. This was done into Call) George. Jarosz, 4 7.3410
middle of our fenced-in 8-1-tf

property.And ,
: 'it lust, keeps turningover FOR SALE-2 houses furnish. -WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY THANksGIVING- V V

in my brain' "what ed, 2-car garage, 5 acres of I THESE SPECIALS ARE GOOD FOR DAYS I
kind of a person could do it trees land. 7 (NOV. 16th THRU 22nd)
pine on
and how do we explain it to
High ground. Must seJJ} because
a 12 year old girl?
Sincerely, of age.$4,900: little mon Ocean Spray (Limit 2)) No. 300 Can

:Bunnell Mary Ann, Florida Meeklns ey mortgage.down. Star Owner, Route will in carry Ko- Cranberry SAUCE Each '19e It '" DI CkE'k CRYSTAl; -"

rona Acress front church over "
railroad in Korona. See Ben. SUGAR
11.9.4tp.Looking Betty Crocker Yellow, White, Devil's Food I

CAKE MIXES 3 : ::. *1 lb. '
for man 20.38 yearsof 5Limit 3ge
rit .
= age interested In a sales /
Bama Quart Jar
career wlth'large Southeastern 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Company. Starting'salary MAYONNAISE Each
$95.00 Write P. O. Box 518, 49 ... .. :

Bunnell, Fla. Nov. 9162tp." Evangeline No. 21/z Can .. .',w, '. !
Joe Grain's Grade "A" I,
p Sweet Each
Used recliner. Looks like new.
Upholstered in plastic and 19C. MEDIUM
fabric, $24.95. Jerry's Furniture
and Appliances, Old Dix. Whitfield 12 oz. Jar
(YOUR HOME ie Hwy., 2 miles South of Korona. Salad CKLETTES Ea. 33 EGGS I

CALl US lOR FREE:UlIMAr" Phone 4373752. 11-16-lt V .
" Dozen $ HOME INSULATING' CO. AKC Doberman Pinscher pup. 3
35?Andrews St.Ormond Beach Excellent bloodline. Good

Office 672.0745 Home 255-3232: temperament. One Shetland MAXWELL HOUSE "- .. .. -
Mare. Will hold until Xmas.
Herbert Allen, Phone 437.3168 COFFEE FROZEN FCpDS-
'9MtMiCO.NINO 11.16.2tc

FlBERGLASFlagler Mrs. Smith's 26
Used Portable Television Sets. 'lb. oz.
Good working condition. Priced 1 Tin 4ge PUMPKIN! *'" For
:i pipe 5
for quick sale: RefUrnish. 8ge

ing motel Unite, $25.00 (each. Limit 1 with ,$5.00 or more food order>> _. :
Phone 439.2269 or439.9226.. -
Mrs. Smith's 26 oz. Size
May' be'seen at A-l-A Motel ,
& Restaurant., 'Nov. 16232tp. FRESH PRODUC'E' '-1 : EP-IES Z For 9ge

Large oil circulating heater -

R us p s with outside.Ave.,tank.'Flagler;aol Beach.NorthFlagler' U. S. No. 1POTATOES ,I'r.',I < -r ,

439-2347.. Call after '3 p. tin.Noy. '
10 J 29e
J6-tc. .c CRISCO

Trade, vicinity Ormond Beach Young Tender Local
upf8r down,'2 year old house,
2''bedroonis,'cafporte, utilHy GREEN BEANS 190 369'
TribuneBUNNELL room and fenced yard. Would .
like small} farm or acreage. Large Crisp HeadLETTUCE
Call.. Ormond, 677-8213.: Limit I with $5.00 or more food order
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PHONE 437-3282: Nov.. 16.?.2tp. 230'
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Ml E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORH9A 8'i 00 a.m.-1:a4 p.m.

Quantity Rights Received Prices Good Nov. 18th Thru Nov. 22nd, 1M7 "

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3-THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS-. NOVEMBER 16. 1937! ting out from under the tax Foundation and Rockefeller
burden and shifting it to the Foundation we know little
Too Late little man. about the ever growing number
His pet peeve is the growing of small tax dodging set.
n number of tax-free foundations ups that are passing the buckto
To Classify that he contends are the little fellow.
nothing but tax-dodging operations .
BY ROT and if made to pay An example pointed to by
.i i their Just share, would resultin Patman Is the case of an 1111.
& v.4 Congressman Wright Pat. sufficient Increased tax revenue nols doctor who set up a
man of Texas has long been to reduce the average "Medical Research" foundation
disturbed over ,the Inequitiesof taxpayer's bill substantially.. and turned over his-assets
our income tax system and While we are ,all familiar to It. The foundation
F t tY the ease; with which more and with the big outfits enjoying which he controls hires him
: : more wealthy people are get. tax-emption like the Ford at a comfortable salary as
medical administrator and his

.. wile, his former nurse, as as.
sistant administrator. The
good doctor continues his
practice and the foundation
L SAL bills his patients whom he
HOSIERY treats the same as before with
(the same equipment

Y $ Regular This Week The foundation pays the
r'" Only upkeep of his office,.provides
w t 2 Pr. 990 2Pr.79c him with,a comfortable home,
I a car, pays his expenses and
sends his children to college
I ..r r". and even provides him witha

f Refreshing the Nation's Economy VISIT OUR SODA FOUNTAIN Being generous a so-retirement called Research plan.

That i js the brewing industry worth to the American i NWICHES-SODA5- Foundation, the organization,
._ economy?Reckon it in billions.Here are some of our COFFEE- (in this case the doctor) pays I I
annual outlays, In round numbers:. MIILK SHAKES 'no income, tax. It is a beautiful I
Excise taxes (federal, state,local$1.4 Billion set-up.and legal under the
Agricultural purchases (grains, etc.).$215 Million present tax laws.
Packaging.purchases ., f
1 :(wbod,fcaper' metal). .'....,.... .$556 Million COOK'S SUNDRYand The; Treasury Department
,,Salaries and wages. ...." ....... .,$2,6 Billion, estimates that there are between
ON THESE FOUR ITEMS ALONE-MORE THAN $4 BILLION 15,000 and 40,000( ,. ax-
GIFT 5 SHOP free; foundations but Patman:
TJ>.brewtries; ( o?America.Pump Constant Refreshment says 100,000 would be a more
t Into.UeAmerkan Economic System.. accurate figure.In .

r .;.' 1 P.O.BOX 273,WINTER PARK, FLORIDA exempt any outfits event are these steadily tax-

shifting the tax burden to
the little fellow and Congressas
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a whole does hot seem a
TTT'v bit concerned about it. Pat-
man has received little support
from his colleagues and
less from the Administration! ,
in his efforts! to bring tax re
lief to the little fellow.

Under .the'law: the Treasury
Department is required to issue
: a tax.e empt certificateto
( Y extensionphOiifi any organization that can
meet the loose criteria of intent
to support educational,
r, welfare, health, scientific or
..;. fi $i.1Oj similar "research" projects.The .
Playboy Foundation of
Chicago for example was
granted a certificate in' 1964
I to undertake a project includ
rnonth' ing "study of. 'smut on. pub.
lic morals; "
Let's all of us get in the
; acts| Why not set up a Foun
dation to 'determine "Health
I. w 4M Hazards of Flying Saucers"
, if any or the "Relation of Educational -
,..t&r Value of the Studyof
Termite Intelligence." Put
yourself and your wife or
great grandmother on the

.......,'. I Board, buy a new car,increase
r your life Insurance, set up a
retirement plan, move Into a
'.' new house and let the foun
dation foot the bill while you
go tax free: It is as simple as
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FAYE LING OLD NUPTIALS Rev. Oliver F. Taylor.. Pastor
Miss Stella Mr. and Mrs. terry Lee '
Faye Ungold
at home at 140 Bunnell Methodist Ch rchmANKSCIVINC'
Wilson are
whose marriage to A3c Henry
Givens will be an event of Murrysville Road, Trafford I
Nov. 25 of honorat Pa. after their marriage Octo
was guest wed United States cele-
subsequent The
ber 21 and
a bridal shower Saturday
Virginia.The brates Thanksgiving. Our pll-
ding trip to West
evening at the Bunnell Civic
bride is the former grim forefathers were thankful -
a__._ r ,..... ... .....-.- Center. Hostess for the affair Miss Marie Ellen Fleurle to God and commemorated
were Mrs. Carl Bratcher end
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. this /thanks by setting
Mrs. West.
C. H. Gordon of Ocala is the PELLICER-MISSINNE P. Fleurie, Flagler Beach. Her aside a special day I to give
A pink pd white color of Mrs. thanks to God. The pilgrimswere
house guest of his brother and husband is the son
sister In law, Bruz and Toulou WEDDINGThe scheme' was used In the bridal Glenn H. Wilson, Trafford, poor folks who became

Gordon, Bunnell. Weekend marriage of Miss Peggy decorations. A large dec. exiled from England because
houseguests of the Gordons Mlsslruie and Johnny Pel* orated cake topped with wed, Pa.The Rev. Edward S. Ham- of their Separatists' viewpointon
were their daughter, Mrs. licer will be an event of ding bells was encircled with mett performed the double the separation of church
Julia Pendarvis and children Wednesday Nov. 22 at seven dainty fern fronds to form the ring ceremony in the Harrison and state. They arrive in the,
and Bill Pendarvis of Lawtey. o'clock in the evening at St. attractive centerpiece for the City Community Methodist new world on Nov. 11,; 1620
I Stephens Catholic Church In refreshment table. Church, Harrison City, after 27 days at sea on the

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miess, Bunnell. Games were played duringthe Mayflower.The .
Flagler Beach were recent Following the ceremony a evening and prizes were Pa.The bride wore a street Journey was rough
visitors at Ringling Museums, reception will be held at the won by Mrs. H. H. Murray length dress of white lace anda and uncomfortable. The

Sarasota. Flagler Beach Municipal Recreaition ,.and .Mrs. Edward Buckner. shoulder length: veil of silk weather was cold and savage

. ; : Hall, .j a \$&, Twenty.five invited guests illusion. She wore a corsageof and the first winter over half
Mrs. W. H. Mayson ana :Mrs. No Invitations are being attended. Quit of town guests yellow roses and carna of the settlers died. However
. Allen Pryor of Belvedere S.C. sent: All friends and relativesof Included Mrs. Henry Givens tions. in the spring when the May
visited in Bunnell Thursday the couple are invited to and Mrs. H. Givens, Sr. of Mrs. Jacqueline Wilson flower sailed for England not
with Mrs. Rosely Cameron. both the ceremony and re Green Cove Springs; Mrs. Trafford Pa., sister in law of one of the pilgrims chose to

ception. Shirley Partain, Mrs. Herbert the bridegroom was matronof return. The year ,was rough
: Don and Betty Moore haveas Part and Mrs. Betty Lee of honor. Crops froze supplies spoiled,

their houseguests her father UDC MEMBERS St. uc" tine and Mrs. Leon Lynn S. Wilson, Trafford, but they gallantly held to
E. T. Sawyer, her nephew ENTERTAINEDThe Stewart of Jacksonville.Miss Pa., brother of the groom was their convictions. The next

Danny Kitchen and their biography of poet John Lingold was the recipient best man. fall when the harvest was in,
daughter In law, Mrs. Donnie Renben Thompson and one of of,. numerous lovely There was a reception afterward the pilgrims gays thanks to
Moore all of Waynesville. his compositions "Music In gifts. at the Ben Gross Restaurant God.On .

The Camp" was read by Mrs. Thanksgiving 1967 we
N.CMr. H. H. Murray at the United SURPRISE Mrs. Wilson a registered live in a land of, abundance.Has .
and Mrs. Frank Brede, Daughters of the Confederacy FAREWELL PARTY nurse Is a graduate of Bun affluency ,brought apathy
Flagler Beach, visited In meeting Thursday afternoonat nell High School and Daytona ? Will we fail, to give
Edge vater last week with Airman Third Class Butch thanks this
the home of Mrs. J. O. Beach Junior College.Mr. on Thanksgiving
their son' In' law Dr. William Craig Orange Street, Bun. McDaniel, US Air Force, who Wilson is a graduateof year or will joyously praise
H. Kelley.: left! via plane Wednesday Pittsburgh High School and God? "Enter his gates with

nell.Mrs.. Leona Knight gave the morning for duty in Iceland attended Embry-Riddle Aero thanksgiving, and. his court
Mr. and Mrs. Bo Manuel devotional.Mrs. was guest of honor at a Von nautical Institute Daytona with praise! Give thanks /to

and sons Mike and Stephenof Dean Holland, vice Boyage Party Tuesday nightat Beach. He is presently employed him, bless his name! Psalm
Callahan, were the week. president, presided during the the home of Mr. and Mrs. in Trafford, Pa. 100.4.F. .
end houseguests of Mrs. Jennie W. Bud Henry, Haw Creek. Miss
business meeting. Mrs. W.
Newell Flagler Beach. Deen and Mrs. Nell Allen, Myrlene Henry was hostess.A COUNTY AGENT B. METHODIST MEN
Joining (them for dinner Sat. large cake artistically GARDEN CLUB TO SPONSOR AUC1'10NAND
were welcomed as guests.
urday evening were Myrna Fall flower decorated with a map of Ice-. SPEAKER RUMMAGE SALE
Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Bo arrangements
land and topped with a min
McDaniel. and Thanksgiving decorations County Agent Don Jordan The Flagler Beach Methodist -
were placed at vantage points iature Airplane was served spoke on "Diseases of Lawns" Mens Club Is sponsoring -
throughout the rooms. with colas to the guests. and "Chemical Pesticide Safe an all day Market RummageSale
Lee Drazba returned to his Twenty.five were Invited to
The hostess served fruit ty" when he addressed the and Auction Saturday
home in
Korona Sunday from the
cake and coffee to Mrs. Deen, surprise party. Flagler Beach Garden Club December 9 at the Methodist
Flagler Hospital in St. Aug.
ustine where he underwenttests Mrs. Allen Mrs; Knight Mrs.: last Tuesday afternoon at the Church according to Bob
last week. Murray, Mrs. Holland, Mrs. C. WOMAN'S CLUB PLANS home of Mrs. Alfred Jueng- Wallace, president.The

i! H. Cowart, Mrs. Katherine CHRISTMAS BAZAAR ling, Central Ave., Flagler Womens Society of ,

v Mrs. Leonard Brock and Bankston, Mrs. R. W. Deen Flagler Woman's Club Beach. Mrs. Gilbert Frank;was Christian Service will serve a.
daughters of Meigs Ga. spent Mrs. Eugene Knight, 'Mrs. members completed plans for cohostess at the meeting. lunch starting at 10:00 a. m.
the weekend here with her Lady Allen, Mrs. F. W. Ting. their annual Christmas Baz : Club president Mrs. Charles and the Auction will be con-

father, John Campbell ley, Mrs. Walter' Cody.; and aar when they met Wednesday McCabe reported on the District ducted at 7 p. m., .
.i Mrs. Sadie Strickland. afternoon Nov. 9. The Directors meeting she at. Everyone is invited to the
tended In Melbourne. all-day eventATTEND
Mrs. Margaret Marshall Bazaar will be Wednesday
Onacock, Va. arrived by plane BAZAAR.BAKE SALE Nov. 29 from 10 a. m. until Fifteen members attend.
last week to spend several SCHEDULED FOR NOV. 18 7 p. m. at the Woman's Club ed. CONFERENCEMrs.

days here with her father, Mr. A Bazaar and Bake Sale is building, Central Ave., Flag. The next regular meeting of H. T. Cook and Mrs.
I land Mrs. Raphael Sturman. planned by the VFW Auxiliary ler Beach. the club will be December 5 Z. G. Holland Jr.- were in
Saturday Nov. 18 at 10 The following churches and at 1:30 p. m. at the, home of Charleston, S. C. last Thurs

. Flynn and Rabeth Edmonson a.. m. in front of the Bunnell organizations will sponsor Mrs. Frank Schwenk Daytona day and Friday where they
of Tallahassee spent the Post Office. booths: Flagler Beach Worn- Ave., Flagler Beach. attended the South Carolina

weekend here visiting with Cakes, pies and other home. ens Missionary Society; Flag Historical Society Genealogical
.their parents, Mr. and Mrs. baked goods will be sold. A ler Beach Womens Society of FRIENDLY CIRCLE Conference.Earl .
P. A. Edmonson and Mr. and large selection of handmade Christian Service; Ladies MEETS TONIGHT '

Mrs. Odell Hersey. articles and gifts will also be Guild of Community Memorial A Spaghetti Supper will be Wilson, Reno Nevada,
displayed. Church; Catholic Ladies served to members of' the is visiting in Bunnell with
Weekend guests of Mr. and Organization; Flagler Garden Friendly Circle of the First relatives and friends.
Mrs. Carlton Johnston were STEFLIK CHILDREN Club and the VFW Auxiliary. Methodist Church of Bunnell
Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Remleyand ENTERTAIN FSCC Santa will make his first when they meet Thursday

their grandchildren Tam. David Donna and Daniel appearance for the season at (tonight) at 7 p.m. at the O. F. ALFORD.
. my and Greg Smith of Sa ,accordion trio children the bazaar. He will be on home of Mrs. Oliver Taylor, Registered
Steflik Magnolia Ave.Following .
vannah Ga.
hand to greet the youngstersfrom
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Steflik entertainedthe 3 until 5:30 p. m. the dinner a Real Estafe BrokerBunnelL
Mrs. Johnny Metts and son Bunnell Club president> Mrs. H. G. business meeting will be con.
Davey visited in Titusville Flagler Senior Citizens ducted by Mrs. Jeff Scale Florida
announced Mrs. Max
Club when the met last .-. -.-
group -- -
last week president ...
with her uncle J. T. of Hall and Mrs. William Poosch
week in Hall
Green and his Fellowship
tricia. daughter, Pa. the Flagler Beach Methodist would members.be welcomed as new -

Church. There were 55 memo

CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY bers and guests presentThe Flagler County Insurance
Club voted to have SHOWER FETES
Elaine Skolar, daughter of Its Thanksgiving dinner on BRIDE ELECT
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skolar eel- the regular meeting night,
Miss Judy Dunson, December Agency Inc.
ebrated her twelfth birthday .
Nov. 21, Instead of on Thanksgiving ,
bride elect, was honoredat
Thursday afternoon at a par. day. This will be a
ty Bunnell.&t I,111 home. Palm Avenue, 6 o'clock potluck supper In a bridal given shower by Sunday Mrs. Fred afternoon All Forms of Insurance

the clubroom of the Flagler
The invited guests enjoyed Beach Municipal Building Skolar, and daughters, Cheryl 105 North Bay Street
-:- Phone 437-3171
and Linda, at the Skolar
a. welner roast and out.door with the Club furnishing the
:gSmes. turkey.It home, Palm Avenue, Bunnell.A Bunnell, Florida 32010
fall color scheme of bur.
:MrS. "Skolar assisted by was announced that theClub's LIFE-FIRE-AUTO CASUALTY
gundy and pink was used in BONDS ,
Cheryl Skolar and Mrs. Rich. annual Christmas par .
the decorations. The refreshment
ard Yelvington served refresh. ty would be held Dec. 19, ac
table centered with
ments ,of cake and punch to cording to Walter Creal, Pub artistic bell
twelve of Elaine's classmates. licity Chairman. arrange
ment, was arranged with a
decorated cake topped with

miniature wedding rings, after you see
punch, wedding cookies nuts

$100( ) REWARDFOR and Gueets mints.enjoyed games dur your doctor. .

INFORMATION: LEADING TO THE AR- ing the afternoon and prize bring yourprescription

REST AND CONVICTION OF PERSON OR PER- winners were Myrlene Henry
and Mellnda Dupont. toy
SONS RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE TO THE Twenty invited guests attended

BANK'S DRIVE-IN WINDOW, OR FOR INFOR- the lovely affair. y


'-'. THE BANK PREMISES. admitted to! Halifax: Hospitalin Proftulonal....
Daytona Beach Monday
CITIZENS BANK OF BUNNELL where she will undergo surgery

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More than 200 fourth, fifth 4th Grade Girls WE GIVE Reserved .
and sixth grade students of Anita Moore, Betty Montana M E T T S Ore 4 ':
Bunnell High School and Julia Harper.5th .
Flagler Beach Elernentary Grade Boys TOP Prices Good
school participated in a Field Eddie Barrow, G. Durrance,
November 16
Day October 25. at' Bunnell J. Crews, J. Sullivan,. VALUE
High School. 5th Grade Girls SUPER MARKET Through
Coaches Joe Kirkland and Minnie Miller, Gerry
Santa Bradley supervised the Thompson, E. Tucker. STAMPS ,. D3:1.:::: ; .
nine events open to the stu 6th Grade Boys 103 SOUTH '
dents of both schools. Tonny Thompson, Marty s
Green, Mike
Winners are listed In the or
der they finished: 6th Grade Girls
Cherly Waugh, M. Wether.
Prices thru Weekend
4th Peg Grade Board-Girls \. ington, Jackie Jones. Thanksgiving ;
Pullups4th -
Nita Moore, Mimi King Grade Girls
Rhonda Pelllcer, Julia Harper.4th Lisa
Rhonda Pelll-
Grade Boys ,cer, Kathy Kenny West Wilson Certified ((10 lbs and Up)
Louie Mercer, Jay Tilton, 4th Grade Boys
Bob Bullock, Wendell Smith, Jim BUbno, Jay Tilton,
Dwayne Weeks. Archie Arnold. HEN TURKEYS lb. 39
5th Grade Girls 5th Grade Girls >
Jean McFarland, Jerry Sue Carol Hardin, Karen Baker,
Thompson, Jodie Kirkland Eve Tucker.5th .
5th Grade Boy Grade Boys
No participation.6th Ricky Tucclo, Jeff Crews.
Grade Girls 6th Grade Girls Biking Hens Ducks Stuffing Giblets Fresh Hans
Mona WetheflngtonSusIe: Susie Sparkman, Jan Ferryman .
Sparkman,Gall Tucker;Jackie Gall Tucker.
Prevatt. 6th Grade Boys Armour Star (Beef)
6th Grade Boy b1
No participation.
No participation. Softball Throw-

Standing Broad'Jump.- 4th. Grade Girls CHUCK ROAST Lb. 49'
4th Grade Girls Kathy West, Nancy McCort,
Lesa Kenny, Anita Moore, Austie Durrance.
Kathy West 5th Grade Girls
4th Grade Boy Minnie, Miller, Eve Tucker, Round Bone (Beef)
Archie Arnold, Jim Crews,
Marcy Strickland.6th .

5th Scott Grade Prevatt Girls'' Mary Grade Decker Girls, Cherri Han SHOULDER ROAST Lb. 65''

Mimmie Miller, Jerry Mc- na, Jackie Jones.
Farland, Dot Tucker. 50 Yard Dash-
5th Grade Boys 4th Grade Boys
Rob Cowart; Jeff Crews, Louie Mercer, Dale Clegg, Bob Armour Star (Beef)
Julian Durrance.6th .

Susie Grade Sparkman Girls Mona, 4th Anita Grade Moore Girls, Betty Montana Cut ROAST Lb. 69Lean <
Wetherington, Karen Allen. Nancy McCort. i
6th Grade Boys 5th Grade Boys
Mike Mikulka, Rocky Hunt.er Cliff Sheffield, Julia Dur
,-Frank Bryan. rance, Dale Combs.
600 Yard Run. 5th Grade Girls
4th Grade Girls Eve Tucker, Jenny McFar BOSTON
Anita Moore, Lisa Kenny, land. PORK ROAST Lb. 49
Clara Robbins 6th Grade Boys BUTT ,
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4th Crade'Joys Rocky Hunter,Marty Green, ,,
Dale Clegg, Jay Tilton, Jim Jerry Medders. '
Crews. 6th Grade Girls '
5th Grade Girls Bobble Suits, Susie Spark- World's Best Pure Pork Pan. Beef. .'.

Minnie, Miller, Marcy man, Sherrie Hanna Ground BEEF,, SAUSAGE BRISKET

Strickland. Jerri Sue Thompson. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 2 Lbs..._............. 9ge 2 Lbs.......:.....-. 9ge Lb,.......,...,.,.._"_. 39

5th Grade Boys 1ST TilE CIRCUIT counT 8EV-
Julian,, Durrance, Timmy IX leNTil AND JUDICIAL FOR FL.AGLKH CIRCUIT Florida Grade "A" (3) Doz. Please
Mayfield, Cliff Sheffield, Paul COUNTY, KLOHIDA.
Klwala. I R CASK L. McNAB NO. TIM d/b/a 3Limit $
6th Grade'Girls McNAB-s SERVICE: MED. EGGS Doz. $100

Mary 'Decker, Gall Tucker, VI.Plaintiff
Mona Wetherington.
6th Grade Boys MAE MISSINNE his wife
Marty Green, Mike Mikulka, Defendant FIo-CaneS

Gerry Football Medders.Throw NOTICE that NOTICE I, P.OF A.IS EDMONSON SIIERIFF'S HEREBY GIVEN SALB Sher Limit with '
4th Grade Boys lit of FUg-ler County, Florida. G A R pur,5 Lb. 29' 'f
Louie Mercer, Date Clegg, of under Execution and by heretofore virtue of a Issued writ U chase of $5.00 or more

Joe Bratcher. out In.the of above the above styled entitled cause,court.have food order Bag
5th Grade:"Boys : levied upon the following property *
Tab WhltakeivVRoti.. Cowart, situated I lying I and being* In
Flagler County, Florida, to-wlt: Shurfine (Reg. or Drip)
Julian D ance.
Beginning a point 20 feet
6th Groi lBof a north of the Southwest Corner -
Mike Mikulka, Rocky Hunt. 104 of feet Tract thence 4, running north; East 270 Limit (1) with purchase I Lb
er, Jerry Medders..;., feet thence west 104 feet to C OFFEE 371-
of $5.00
the west line of Tract 4 or more
High Jump- thence south 270 feet along
4th Grade, Boys" the west line of said Tract food order Tin
4 to the point of beglnnnlg,
Jim Buono, Bob Bullock, In the south half of tract 4,
Louie Block D, Section 11, Township
4th Grade Girls 12 South Range $1 Shurfine ((303 Can) FRUIT Delmonte ((303 Can), '
East In the Bunnell Devel. \
No participation. opment Company's Allotment COCKTAIL Cans Garden Cans $4TOO \
3 7ge PEAS
5th Grade Girls as Clerk per of plat Circuit filed Court wtlh the of 4
Minnie Miller, Dot Tucker, Flagler County, Florida.
Jody Kirkland. named As the Defendants property of and the that above on Shurfine (303 Can) Ocean Spray (303 Can)

5th Grade Boys the 8th day of December 1987,
between the legal hours of sale, WKCORN4Ca"Jupiter 8ge CRANBERRIES : '
Tab Whitaker, Dale Combs, namely, 'eleven o'clock In the c .,
Tim Mayfleld. forenoon and two o'clock in the .. r 1
6th Grade Girls afternoon front door on of laid the Court day, at House the (Long Grain) Ocean Spray (Qt.) CRANBERRY" I
Mary Decker, Paula Klwala. In Bunnell, Flagler County
6th Grade Boys Florida to, I the will highest offer for bidder sale andsell for RICE Bag' 3ge COCKTAIL B&: 49'c'
Mike Mikulfcs, Joe Arnold, cash, in hand, the above described ). '
Charles Pellicer. said property Defendants, as the to satisfy property said of Baker's (Angle Flaked) Shurfine (Tall)

4th'Running Grade Broad Boys Jump execution.P. A EDMONSON, COCONUT 3Can;{ z. 25c Canned MILK 4 Cans 68e
Sheriff of Flagler County
Louie Mercer, R. Davis, W. Florida.
Anderson. Nov. U, 2) 30 and Dec. 7, etc

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FLAGLER TRIBUNE THURS. NOVEMBER 16. 1967 and each owner shall be entitled .1
LEGAL, ADVERTISEMENT to one vote In person or by
proxy in writing, duly signed for
NORTII OHMOIVD DHAI.VAGR each acre of land owned by him
CHURCH DISTRICT! In such District Guardians may
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT IX NOTICE OF LANDOWNERS represent their Wards, Executors -
FLORIDA HEWS Notice Is hereby given that a preaefit the Estate of deceased
pl' ZOfl. Martin McDaniel, Executive i meeting: of the Owners of Land persons and Private corporation
StfAMPEU i be represented by theirofficers
JR.. situated in the North Ormond may
Plaintiff.BARBAnA"NELL. Director of the Housing Au- Drainage District In Volusla and or duly authorized
: .1. thority of Flagler County attended Flagler Counties is hereby call Agents.It; .
STAMPER ed to be held at the office of the is ordered that this Noticebe
? Defendant the annual meeting of BUNNELL FIRST BAPTIST District at 420 Seabreeze! Boule. published once a week for
AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT the Florida Association .of Charles D. Anders Pastor vard. Daytona Beach, Florida, two consecutive weeks In the ,
TO: BARBARA NELL, STAMPER Housing Redevelopment 6fflcials Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Sunday same being in the County, December of Vo newspaper Daytona Beach published Observer In Volusla a

Chicago 2241 Wayne Illinois Street 4Q614 i at the Robert Meyer Hotel School. 12.li9f1nVd; o'clock! P. >I. for 'ounty, Florda, and The Flagler

.YOU ARE HEREUY NOTIFIED In Jacksonville, Nov. 12- 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship the purpose and for of any electing other Supervisors business -- Trbune.Flagler a County newspaper Florida publishedIn Date

that an action for divorce 14. 7:00 p.m. Training Union. that may come before the of first publication November 16,
has been died against you and
you are required to serve a copyof 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship.Wed. meeting.At such election, each and 1967.BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
your written defenses, If any, ATTEND AWARDS DINNER .: 7:30 p.m., Prayer every acre of land In the District V. Ouy Day, Secretary.
to It on BERRIEN BECKS ad-at. Service. shall represent one share Nov. 16. 23. SO, Stc.
for plaintiff, whose
drew torney Is: 119 North Rldrewood Mr. and Mrs...Otis Hunter Nursery, all services. . -
Avenue Dayton Beach. Florida: attended the 1967 Owens .2 Blocks East of
and Ale the original with theo stoplight,
clerk of the above styled Court linois Service Awards Dinner Moody Boulevard.
f' on or before November 27. 1987; at the Roosevelt Hotel in
t otherwise a judgment may be
entered against you for the relief Jacksonville Nov. 3. FIRST, BAPTIST CHURCH NOW
demanded In the Complaint. Mr. Hunter received 'a ten Flagler Beach

i seal WITNESS. Of said my Court hand at and Bunnell.FlagUri. the. year service .a ward. .: Max Hall, PastorSunday .. .

County, Florida, this School: 9:45.
20th da* 1967. ?
;OROEtMeMOODY. LEGAL ADVKnTlSEMF.MT. Morning Worships: l1 OO. ;
Clerk of.the Circuit Court, S .J. -'- .
COURT Worshlp17p0 m.
yugler County, Florida. IN TUB CIRCUIT OF ,p. IS THE
(Official, Court Seal) FLAGLEIl COUNTY, FLOU- Wednesday Prayer Meeting:
By1/ Janice Murray IDA 7:00: p. m. .
., Deputy Clerk In Cane No. 227 { '-' "
t' ', Oct. 28, NOV. 2. 9. 18.-4US TONY PANTALONE On the corner of Third and

' ; ;'jLEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ... "PUZAJBHTH'PANTALONE Plaintiff., .Central.. . E"T.M.

.' PROnATK. ELIZABETH PANTALONE .Oliver Taylor, Pastor
PHEDIME INjRB ESTATE JOSEPH OF MORIN You are hereby,d,'NEW( !: that ypR K Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. TO SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE:

I Deceased. suit has been filed against, you Methodist Youth Fellowship .
In the above entitled cause and
; '
To. all creditors and all persona you are e to flit 6:30: p. m. { :
I'i having against t said claims estate or: demands your answer eblite the Clerk *f 2 Blocks East of Highway OFl
this Court and to
serve a
You and each of you are here- thereof upon the plaintiff copy or No. 1, Lambert Street.
by notified and required to pre plaintiffs attorney, whose name ...1: .T-1...:.. ..
sent claims and demands
which any you, or either of you, may and Mr.address Charles Is:J. Luke II .. Sr. THOMAS EPISCOPAL

I have DIME against JOSEPH the MORIN estate deceased of PHE, 260 North Rldgewood Avenue The Rev Robert Stuart CHRISTMAS! CARDS

/r'. late of Flagler County, Florida, not Daytona later than a'cr :\ A. D. Priest In Charge
to the County Judge* of Flagler 1967. .,", Church School 10:00 a.m.
County at his office In the County If fall to do Default
you so Sunday. AND
Courthouse, .
Bunnell. Flagler will be entered aganlst you for w ,
County, Florida, within sixmonths the relief demanded in the bill Morning Worship 11:15: a.m. LETTERS
: from the date of the
of The nature of said
: first publication hereof. All suit complaint.being; for Cjpmmuplon first Sunday of
claims and demands not presented each month.
'S within the time and In DIVORCE j
.v the manner prescribed herein WITNESS my hand and seal Thrre miles east of Bunnellon
1. shall be barred as provided by of Iud Court this 26th day of Highway 100.CHRISTIAN We..have, a complete and tasteful selection
i law. October A. v personalized, Christmas Cards and
i First publication on October GEORGE M. :MOODY
26, 1967. Clerk of laid Circuit SCIENCE Letterheads, designed for everyone.
I Merritt H. Powell Court
(Official Seal SERVICES
As Administrator of the Janice Christmas greeting for business
Estate ofPhedime Murray Christian Science Services are messages

Deceased. Joseph .Morin, Depute Nov. 2, 9. 16, 23, 4tc. conducted Sunday morningsat firms, printed with your own message if desired.

t Oct. 28, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 4tC. 11:00 a. m. Jn the lobbyof Stop 'in and look
. the Beacn through our colorful.
-.::. ....... M.. -'-- _. albums of greeting cards.


& UPHOLSTRY WORKS Plaintiff .. Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
VI. Worship:Service, 11:00 a. m.
.? Lemon .Defendant. v Life Liners Service, 6:30p. I

Palatka, Florida NOTICE OF SUIT m. '" r_- .-- I
Phone TO: George F. Bralnard I
EA 5-9166 Evening Evangelistic Servo '
Austin Road JUSTIN! -
Furniture, Upholterlrig\ Lake Mahajak, New York ice, 7:30: p. m.
Repaired & Refinished You are notified that a Complaint Deen Road. -- "- -
for Divorce has been filed ) i
: Mattresses. & Box Springs aglnst you, and you are required c! our best
, to serve answer THE METHODIST CHURCH
Made to Order, Also Renovated or edfri'Ytt Complaint

Call Laura Morris 437.3233 Samuel on V.the Holch Plaintiffs 119 attorney North, Reynold Flagler Nelson Beach Hoover stereo value

Third Street, Palatka,
After 6:00 P. M. and die the original answer Florida or Minister /
PRICES REASONABLE pleadng in the office of the Clerkof Sunday School 9:45 a. m.

.::BUDGET PLAN IF NEEDED December the above C, 1967.Court If on you or fall before to Morning Worship 11 a. m. '- ,

\ near to so, judgment by default will Choir Rehearsal, Wed., 6:45
: tout as as your b taken
against you for the relief '
f/ :?> !l! hone or Post Office demanded In the Complaint. p.m.Men's
Done and ordered' this lit day Club meets the first ,
2 Drop Us a Card or'Call of November, 1967. Monday of each month at !
Free George M. Moody, Clerkof '
, Pick-up &: Delivery said Circuit Court 7:30: p. m.Woman's.

(Seal) Society of Chris-
.. .
J : By Deputy Janice Clerk:Murray! tlon Service the 2nd Thursday -

Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23, 4tc 9:30: a. m.
South Daytona Avenue.


Rev.. Fr. Anthony Leon. Pastor .
'_ FREE ESTIMATESCUSTOM Sunday Mass: 7:30: a.m.

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

Laminated Plastic-Fine Hardwoods Weekday Masses: Tuesday

FURNITURE REFINISHING Thursday, and Saturday at
8:30: a. m.

Nqw; Serving Bunnell, and All Surrounding Areas, ST. STEPHEN'S BUNNELL
50 Mile Radius Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m.

Call Collect 437-3513 COMMUNITY MEMORIAL s.

Flagler Beach I

Rev. R. W. Dickcrt Pastor

Sunday School 9:45 a. m.

When you Worship Service, 11 a. m.

Communion every first Sun
DISTANCE "ItTGEORGE day of each quarter. ;

Daytona Avenue South of S. 'N

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BENEFITS DUE YOU Former Bunnellltes Mr. and FLAG COUNTY, F1OHIDA -
claim by correctly' completingyour Airs. Stanley Deen and child
form SSA4490. Be sure If you're one off the thous. ren of West Palm Beach ETHEL Social Security to list your account number ands of Floridians tMnklng E* )nned here last week en- Plaintiff,
I and to sign the request for about retirement chances 'are route to Texas for a visit with LOUIS MARTIN"'0 QUAY
N-E-W-S payment. We will be glad to the largest single source of retirement relatives and friends. Defendant
assist you In filing your claim Income will be from The Deens will be residingIn THE NOTICH STATE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO:
Q. Recently I sent my doctor for medical insurance.Q. social! ,security.D. Del Rio, Texas. where he Is LOUIS MARTIN GRAYRu.IDriNCF
bills In for payment. They My mother has been in E. Alleger associate ago employed. FICE ADDRESS AND UNKNOWNYou POST OF-
were returned to me with a a hospital tOIl 4 weeks with a rlcultureal economist'with the are hereby notified that a
that I complete a heart condition. Her doctor suit has been died against youIn
request .
Florida Agricultural Experiment the above entitled cause; and
form SSA1490. Why Is this tells us she should be trans. Stations out that Jupiter Is 367-million to 600- you are hereby required to file
form necessary? ferred to a nursing home fora points million miles from the earth. your answer with the, Clerk. ,of
the responsibility rests on you this Court and to serve a 'copy
A. Form SSA-1490, Requestfor few weeks before going to know exactly what benefits'you thereof upon the plaintiff orplaintiff
Payment, must be completed home. How can I find out If have coming, and to get tlrement Income. By Investing and address. attorney I.: whose' name
In every claim for medical there are any nursing homesin in touch with the offices that them you can use the Interestor DONALD, C. JACOUSON.
Insurance. The SSA-1490 this area that have been ESQUIRE
dividends for current ex
handle the benefit programs. 317 ORANGE AVENUE
Identified the claimant, his approved under medicare? penses while keeping the cap DAYTONA :,
treatment: and Indicates. to A. A doctor will know which "Payments cannot start until ital sum Intact for any emer 1167.not later than BEACH.FLORIDa r .
have taken the first
whom payment Is due. nursing homes have been approved you" gencies. Alleger says retirees If you fall to do so. Default
Q. If I need to submit. a as extended care fa. step he said. may want to buy. an annuity will the relief be entered demanded against la you the 'bill for
doctor bill claim, where"canI cili get the form? nearest social security office.Q. start finding out about these month as long. as 'you live. suit. ., being, : for DIVORCEWITNESS'
A. You have 'a request for When were benefits for benefits several months before Above all/ Alleger said, my hand and seal '
payment form In the back of nursing home care first pay. you actually plan to re of aald Court this '7th'' day. of
your medicare handbook. Your able? tire. "By breparlng1 ahead of don't take retirement llghly. November GEORGE A. D. 1967.MOODY
social security office has a A. Benefits for extendedcare time, you stand a much better By careful planning, you' can Cler, ot a d' CffCV'. Court
supply and will mail one to service, which Is the term chance of receiving your first enjoy a financially worry- (Omclal By Seal Janice) Murray( .
you or you can go by and pick used to describe this type of checks shortly after you stop free' life In later years. Deputy" Clerk'
Nov. I. 111, 23, SO-4 to
one up at any time. benefits under medicare, went working. he said. ,
Q. What steps can I take to Into effect January 1, 1967. Finding out what decisions
make sure my claim for medical These questions and an you will have to make in advance .
Insurance payments will swers are furnished by the local can eliminate: a lot of .1
be handled quickly? ''* ...., Social Security Office, 115 red tape,, according to Alle .
A. You can speed payment* tII II N. Rldgewood Ave., Daytona ger. "If you're In doubt: seek r
on your medical Insurance Beach. 'Ie.adv. from your person. YouKNOW't
nel officer: a union official, a
'y- reliable insurance agent or
your: Banker," Alleger said.

TOYS WANTED He also cautions to be sure
to check directly with amy
governmental agency. which
New, used and broken toys to be repairedand handles retirement benefits to .
distributed, to Flagler County. Needy Children. which you are entitled." i. o
:. t't. ',: "If you talk over other
For pickup contact Flagler County Disabled plans with your attorney, con. 160 PXJTBALL STADIUMS '
Veterans, Jim Boee Chapter No. 86. Phone 439. suit with him on these matters EACH WfTH 0,000 CAPACITY WOULD
2490. also," Allege 'suggested. .HOLD THE WORK Ft)aCE 0 "
"Us may 'have additional (8X500/500) THS AMERICAN "
Toys may be left at Bunnell Dry Cleaners or sources o? expert h lp." ,ClrN.INOUsr. .
Atlantic Hardware at Flagler Beach. Savings' 'can'ire used: in different
ways to add to your re-
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Thanksgiving Is a time for Army Is spending a 30 day Randy Morris son of Mr. and
RESOLUTIONGEORGE THIS WEEK'S RECIPEOur fun and play, leave with his wife' Sue and Mrs. Walter Morris, Bunnell,.
I MOODY recipe this week was It is a time when everyone is their children at Flagler has enlisted in the, US Army.
selected as first place winnerIn gay Beach.
WHEREAS, the Honorable When to Grandmain Randy left Tuesday for
the Flagler Beach PTA Dessert we go see
j I George Moody departed! this Contest. The unusual and ,the sleigh. Sgt. Baldwin has just returned Fort Benning, Ga. where he
life on the 23 October 1967, delicious cake,was baked and When we get there to see her from Vietnam has entered basic training.
:. leaving a great loss ito his entered In the contest by Mrs. again>>,
family, his community and to Betty Johnson of Flagler She's standing in the doorway
all Flagler County, Beach. aged but trim.
..WHEREAS, George Moody Oatmeal Cake We go Inside and look there.
served as the first Chairmanof Lazy It's a a big table with a glowing
1% boiling water.
the Board of Commission air.
ers of Flagler County, and his 1% cups oatmeal (uncooked). It has a big turkey on a tray,
% butter oleo.
keen Interest and Insight In cup With loads.of food around it,
the projects of a community 1% cups white sugar. all arrayed.But .
,1hnature. ; have done much to develop 1% cups brown! sugar. as we sit down to the
Flagler County and the 1 teaspoon vanilla. ..table we think, what we
Cities of Flagler Beach and 3 eggs. should fast,
Bunnell, 2% cups sifted flour.
That is to thank the Lord for
1% teaspoon soda.
of WHEREAS himself and, Mr.his Moody energy gave always % teaspoon salt our glorious past YOUR CHOICE OF AEMTJE

for the benefit of his fellow 1 teaspoon cinnamon.
men In a wholly unsel % teaspoon nutmeg. EXPECTING GUESTS .
fish. manner, Pour boiling water over Mrs. Bradford Bowen, who
oats, let stand 20 minutes.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED has !been a patient at Bun
that the Board of Coun Beat oleo until creamy. Add
nell General Hospital the past t t4
!Beat well.Blend In vanilla
Commissioners of sugars.
ty Flagler six weeks, will return to her
County, State of Florida, pub. and eggs. Add oats and Flagler Beach home Satur
licly acknowledges the great mix well. Sift dry Ingredientsand SZIKLEfiff
loss to Flagler County and expresses add. Bake in loaf pan day.Her daughter, Gail Bowen, '
about 15x8 Inches at 350 degrees Becomes '
Its and sincere fully Automatic when
deep Los Angeles, Calif, is expected -
sympathy to the family of for 50 to 55 minutes. to arrive Saturday via : you use the Thermai-Eya!

George, Moody;. and .Frosting. plane for a visit with her. Her Burner of. your Hardwick Gr.3:
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED son and daughter in law, Mr. Range. j, '
that copy of this Resolution 6 tablespoons melted oleo. and Mrs. Paul Bowen and sons
j be presented to the fam % cup brown sugar. Wayne and James of Sharon, OR THIS "
", fly of the Honorable George 4 tablespoons evaporatedmilk. Mass. will arrive Sunday to
K Moody, and that a copy be spend the Thanksgiving holi STOW-&-WAY Gil 1i:
N, spread upon the minutes of % cup nuts. days.
i the Board of County Commissioners % cup coconut. ;. \ '
of Flagler County,
State.of Florida. Mix Ingredients. togetherand
spread on cake and broil iiBeautiful !
Resolution adopted by theBoard until bubbly. .RECEIVES DIPLOMAMrs.
of County CommIssion.
ers of Flagler County, Florida, CLASSIFIED AD William L. Wadsworth,
at Its meeting of 6 November 225 Amp. Lincoln Welder, still Bunnell, was among the nine.
1967. ty members of the graduatingClass cast aluminum griddle with high I
In case. New! First$135.00 gets of 1943 receiving 25-
Louis M. Steflik year certificates from Stetson polish surface and full drain area, 9" x 19"
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