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Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1968
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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VOL. $8 NO. 45 THUH5DAT. OCTOBER 31. 1961 S&M A TEAR
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BUNNELL WINS JUDGE ADKINSTO BHS HOMECOMING PARADE WINNERS POLITICAL

HOMECOMINGCLASSIC ADDRESS RALLY ATFLAGLER
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BEACH LIONS BEACHThe
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The Btumell Bulldog Hev- Circuit Judge James' C Ad. .." FHfier Beaeh TaxpayNifhT -

en took a decisive vfetery kin*. Jr. of Gainesville will be ktr .. M eta held a "CandIdsters
over D A B of St. Augustine guest speaker at the first anniversary Monday night at the

Friday night by a score of banquet of the Flag Flail Beaeh Recreation HalL
33-18. let Beach Uons Club Men- v r r About seventy-live people attended .
3
Buanell touchdown were day. November 11. A the rally

by John MeDanlel (2), Larry Adkins, a charter memberof H. R. Hunt president ef the
Johnson John Cook and Mike the Gainesville Lions Club Taxpayers Association, presided .
Robinson. The last touchdown is widely known as a legal while Walter Green

was by Robinson In an intercepted scholar He Is the author of presented the candidates. Refreshments
pass. John Cook scored Florida Criminal Law andProcedure were served after

three extra points.D Florida Real Es. the candidates spoke.
It B led the game at halftime tate Law and Procedure, as William Chappell. Democratic
by 18-13 score but thesecond well as over 27 other articlesof candidate for Congress

half was Bunnell'sball various\ subjects relating was represented by Jack
to civil and criminal law.
of Marco
came. White president
Bunnell gained 420 yardson His 'writings are being usedas Polo and Chappell campaign

the ground. Larry Johnson textbooks and reference treasurer. White was introduced .
gained 137 yards In 13 tries. manuals In offices and col by County Commission

Bill Harris was a leading leges throughout Florida. I..w fcr lb.. C Hvin er Louis Stefllk.

tackle. Judge Adkins prepared the nuT PLACE-TENTH GRADE Harvey !Klein Republican
The football squad corporate charter for the .
Varsity '- -- -' candidate for state senate,
will play Hawthorne tonight North Florida Eye Bank at ,. ; \. was present and spoke. Jim
(Thursday) In Hawthorne at Gainesville. The eyebank Is ", .. Williams democratic candidate
a primary project of all Lions .
7:30. :
"f for state senate was represented
Clubs over the state. ..
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"' ::.\.. by John A. Clegg.
International Counselor 'W: .
RESIDENTS MAT VOTE
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.. ,'. + Other candidates present
Walter It.sortny'f Lee of "tfII ) .
ABSENTEE SATURDAY Gainesville will serve as toast. .... .. : and speaking were: Jack
1f Bryan. Democratic candidate
master for the event :
Residents who must vote
for state l"rtslature'33rd dis-
absentee In Tuesday's General Over 100 Lions and their #/ ""\
.=.. JIll"'. \ trict: A. H. (Gus) Craig Demo-
wives and ,
are expected
guests
Election may do so Satur 4oJ'f' "! ocratlc candidate for state
to attend the affair which fI' --
day, Supervisor of Elections ,
." legislature 34th district; and
will be held In the Dolphin .#
said
Mary E. Smith today. : "': Stephen L. Boyles Democratic
Room at Marineland of Floe
Mrs. Smith said her office at
Ii candidate for state attorney.
4" 1l
ida.
the courthouse would remain'open
Since none of the county
Saturday from 8.30 a. m. nominees have opposition,
until 12 noon for absentee SENIOR CITIZENS to speak.
none were
voting. MEET AT F. .. I present
Three local candidates to
METHODIST HALL
speak on behalf of their can.
The Flagler Senior Citizens
BEACH LIONS
didacy for the East Flagler
will meet Tuesday Nov. 5 at
PROMOTECLUBHOUSE Mosquito Control Board were:
the Flagler Beach Methodist
Lyman Gage, Clinton Glddens
Church Fellowship Hall at
and Leonard Johnson.TO .
,...n. Board of Directors of 6:00 p. m. ,The jneeting was t polo ty TtMotx 4 uL
scheduled to be held In the "
the Flagler Beach Uons Club FLAN PASTFS&IDENTS
Municipal Hall which will be SECOND PLACE NINTH GRADE
met with E. E. Hardee. Spec DAY
used as a polling place for
Sal Assistant to Florida Boardof Plans for the upcomingPast
the election according' to Mrs.
Parks, last Tuesday morn. Presidents Day will be
:Mildred Sargeant president ..
Ing to discuss plans for a discussed at the Flagler Beach
clubhouse to be located at .M Carden Club luncheon-meet
Flagler Beach State Park. GENE KNIGHT HAS 'J t ing Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 1:30p.

Hardee said the proposed ENTRY IN OUARTER 1'-f ff ,.... .... m. at the Flagler Municipal
budget Includes $60.000 for a '" Hall. Hostesses will be Mrs.
public recreation building. It HORSE DERBY .., Mrs. Clyde Duenslng. Br. and
would be used by all clubs Gene Knight of Bunnell has ) Mrs. Walter Meshey.
and organizations.It entered "Lottie Mae" in the ,-w.J.

was suggested that sucha American Quarter Horse RECBEATJONCOMMITTEE

project would need the In. Congress Derby, which will be ,
dorsement of both city commissioners one of nine races that will be ,4. MEETING

county board and run at Beulah Park near Co # The Flagler County Recreation .

the civic organizations of the lumbus. Ohio, Oct. 31. ,. .. Advisory Committeewill ,

county to assure the State The Derby carries an estimated ... meet Friday, Nov. 1 at

Park Board that such a pro. purse of $15,000 and /fIJ.....'., .. ." .. .. Ii 8 p. m. In the commission
ject would be an asset to the will be run a distance of 400 ers room at the courthouse.

entire county. yards. .. "' ) -' v-. '- --. ..

LOCAL TIMBERMAN PRESENTS REWARD CHECK VOTE ON
: MOSOUITODISTRICT


Photo br Th.. C. llula Freeholders In East Flag-
{ P CAR ENTRY FIRST PLACE-SENIOR CHEERLEADERSVFW ler County will elect three

commissioners of the East
CANDY SALE BROTHER DIES
Flagler Mosquito Control Dis
UNDERWAY IN VIRGINIA tract November 5. Only those
Proceeds from the VFW W. L. McMillan brother of who reside East of the Old

Auxiliary Candy Sale now un. L. W McMillan of Bunnell. Kings Road are eligible to

nerway throughout the county died unexpectedly Saturday, cast ballots.
will be used for postage for October 19 at his home at Six names will appear on

Christmas gift boxes to be Richmond Va. the ballot Incumbents Ly
mailed to Flagler County servicemen Funeral services were Monday man L. Gage and Clinton G.
serving at Vietnam. at Rocky Mount N. C. Glddens are seeking reelection

The gift boxes are preparedand Burial was In Arlington Na : Joe T. Bruce Leonard

mailed by the local Auxiliary tional Cemetery Va. Johnson, Roy E. Likens and
members. Mr. McMillan and two Charles Meekins are seeking
t Candy may be obtained brothers W. B. McMillan of seats on the board. Frank
from VFW member and Deland and Warren McMillan has served
who as
.. any Brede,
,tit_ __..,,_
of Fitzgerald Ca., attended
will be sold at the Halloween commissioner for 12 years, is
COLLECTS as they cranked up the motorized Carnival tonight, a spokes. services at Rocky Mount not seeking reelection.
I equipment and ran man said.FIREMAN.
$500 REWARD them thru the woods causing ATTEND TEACHERS MEET JUDGE SMITH
I James Robenon. Volusla damage. The youths were ATTEND SCHOOL Mrs. trances Brooks, BITS ,

I County received a $500: reward convicted: by Volusia County Local volunteer firemen Senior High English teacher TO ANNOUNCE

I for providing Information authorities. Rodger Edwards, Robert W<<. attended the Florida Council DECISION
I leading to the arrest and Bunnell Timber Companyhad ley. and John Capo completeda of Teachers of English at West Circuit Judge Sam Smith of

conviction: 0( 4 Juveniles and offered the reward and five day are fighting courseat Palm Beach lutTIDE weekend. Lake City is expected to ana *

two older boys of vandalismof posted It, In the ,woods as the Ormond Beach Friday October nounce decision Thursday
pulpwood equipment In the result of considerable theft of 25. The course' conduct. TABLE morning In the case of She

woods. batteries, tires, and gas and ed by Mr. Mike Ellis Instructor Tides For Oct. 31-Nov.. ton Barber vs. George Moody,
Connie Braddock a producerfor destruction of equipment was Florida State Fir College HIGH LOW Flagler County Court Clerk
Bunnell Timber Company, reported by timber producersIn explained the hazards of firefighting AJ-L PJJL AJ.L P3I- and the County Canvassing
had experienced consldmbl( Flagler and surrounding and the ,proper way 31 4:36 5:00 10:42 11:12 Board. The "trl.11s slated this
theft and vandalism cf tim cottttiei of extinguish. a fin. Some 1 5:30 5:" 11:36 11:54 morning at. ::00..tax. In""Bon

ber harvesting. equipment, He Dave Pcrrymart, vice-presi subjects covered by the course 2 6.18 6:26 12:18 11:59 neLBarber
I bad Bobenon to watch his dent of Bunnell 'Timber Co, Included liquid case, ventilation 3 1':u O 7:18 12:30 1:00 brought ,suit after
equipment at night and week stated that the reward was explosion possibility 4 7:43 7:54 1:06 1:43 losing the May 7 Democratic
ends. still being offered for arrest and proper care and maintenance 5 8:18 8:30 1:42 2:18 nomination for Cleric of dr
Roberson caught theo youths and conviction. of equipment 6 8:54 tOG 2.13 2.54 cult by two votes. .







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OFF TO THE POLLS ;
U. S. D. A. Choice
.,......,. Number 5th. ss onM be MM ef the me* Isw...rt-
ant .ys e< tit, y.er. .... on that day a HMMS ds4on will M
made that wW affect this N4IIIMr)'. net ..... for ttw next lac lb. 4S
years, bat ....P ....WIeh a trowel In nVvMMrjr.

We Have the only free .lee**** system in the vrM. and.y .
C, W many fePMVVMM Wt' hew lass than fifty ptffCWtl. of ant S. D. A. Choice "FULL
- v.tiwg.4wretisws.

we make f'HMM far not voting by saying ROUND CUT"f( I
that -ili...... are rigged. WMIe fc is true that tswte are
some eleettn abwres. It probably WMW w a vwr, vary smart .
peeseffva! s% the total vote CAM. And, that shouts moire Mall
the mere important for your vote to be oountM.! Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SMOKED SHOULDER SLICED FREE

Then. we aay "Oh. my one vote w n't make any dttfer-
enee. But yew vole will count just a* math a* the vte east
by the President of the United ..... PICNICS lb. 38U.

Or. we H)'. "I don't know anything abet the candidates. I
In this day<< ef modern oommunieatien there Is little exeuse for
net being exposed to the candidate. The dally newspaperscarry
running commentaries on all major candidates.The .
S. D. A. CHOICE Streak O'Lean
columnists write article about candidate and poM-

leal parties. The TV carries new stories and paid advertisement CHUCK STEAK WHITE BACON
*. newsstands carry books about majer candidates.

It .is true that we will read and hear conftietlnc stories and lb Ib
views. But that is where our Individual wisdom comes Into 68c 38C :
play when we determine which candidate best represents our .

philosophy of government Fresh Florida Grade "A" D & D (2 / -21/s) lb. Ay,. : LIMIT 2 PLEASEWhole
Several people have suggested to us that we "get off the
fence" and Indorse candidates for the benefit of our readers.
But. our contention Is and, we could change our mind before
the next election that with all the mass media of news available Ib.28C
to the public today our readers ar- quite capable of makIng
up their own minds.

Voting for presidential U. S. Senate and congressional candidate
is largely determined by your philosophy of govern'
meat whether It Is liberal or conservaMw. It is up to the voters Lean Western
to keep our country In proper balance and not go too for BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST Ib. 48' I
toward the right or the I left.

On state candidates it Is not so mueh a matter' of party
philosophy, but simply a matter of which candidate do we -
think will represent us the best work the hardest, and be Van Camp's 21 a Can -
most eroeient In filling the Job they seek. PA NRDK BEANS 2 FNor 49C MARTHA WHITE (Plain or S. R.)

Whatever your ideas on government may be or whoever
FLOUR
your candidate may be. go to the polls Tuesday and express this Lyke's (WITH BEANS) 15V, oz. Can
great democratic privilege. of voting.

Let's make news far Flatter County by having We htgneat CHILI EAch 29C 5 & 39C
percentage' to vote M the entice state e.f FJ.erkN.
Lyke's 12 oz. Can
John A. Ctegg Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
LUNCHEON MEAT EAch 4ge

too little about Asia. -
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Too Late I Because of tight aevH1HlK"fttrfI&UJal1eM Martha White FROSTINGS & MRS. FILBERT'S --
there concerning For
currency, most private businessmen CAKE MIXES 3 79c
in Southeast Asia
To Classify 0 LEO
keep their money abroad Trail Blazer, 25 Ib. Bag
.T RasU ken either in Europe or America Each
leaving Asian countries witha DOG FOOD $199 Pounds
Robert Traugott president chronic shortage of hard 2 '0
of Financial Security Planning cash. (in Qtrs.) 49'
Corporation of America We must not loose sight of
FINEC), a publicly owned the fact that we live in a MAXWELL HOUSE
mutual fund and Insurance small world today and the
funding firm headquarters in largest population centers ex INSTANT COFFEE
Miami, views with alarm the 1st in Southeast Asia. We are FROZEN FOODS -
lack of Interest and understanding going to be involved there for
on the part of American many years to come. Our unlersltles 6 Oz. Mrs. Paul's 9
businessmen in Southeast \" and colleges should Jar 69e Oz. Pkg.
Asia. provide the knowledge our FISH STICKS *
Prior to locating In Miami business and diplomatic re Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order 39C
Traugott trawled throughout lations will call for In our future .
Southeast Asia as a business dealing with Asians. Mr. G. 9 oz. Pk,.
consultant and Is recognizedas "In the future says Trau FRESH PRODUCE FRENCH FRIES For
an authority on the business gott, "we are going to haveto Z 23c
climate that exists In deal more and more with U. S. No. IPOTATOES
this area. Asians both on the diplomat.
lie contends that it Is Imperative level We '
ic and business can.
10 B'.b:
Americans especially not Ignore nations whose combined ; 49C
F A BGRAPES
businessmen become familiar populations are many Juicy RED
with Southeast Asia times that of the United
its people and Its problems States. Populations of India Giant
because the United States has and China for example, are 2" 49c 4?
such a great Investment In overwhelming when compared Size i .
that troubled area and because to our own. We.need to Green BOILINGPEANUTS
what happens there In know and understand their 'lb.
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
the ahead will affect 19c
years peoples and their problems if
the business community for we hope to deal with them
years to come. peacefully and profitably.
lie points out that Southeast Since his return from the
Asia Is composed of OrIent Traugotthas spent a
many lands "liberally strewn great deal of time In speaking .
with contradictions-. Parts of to business and civic
the area he says have In groups on Asian problemsand
many ways adopted the worstof today, while on call as a
both the communist and speaker, he finds himself II
capitalistic systems and Its compelled to give the bulk of tttl iiII
in both.It IIllIII I
bureaucracy excels his time to the developmentof
is important for Americans the Financial Security III
to learn more about Planning Corporation of I'' II
Asia since we are so dramat America which he heads and flI
( Phone
and tragically Involved OPEN ( 437-3227
ically which Is rapidly becoming a SUNDAYS I (
there. We know a great deal leader In the merchandisingof 3:00 a-m.- 1:00 p.m. ( US. No. 1 BUNNELL
about Europe because of our Insurance and mutual fund
related cultures, but much ..tundln ", Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Oct. 31, Nov I, 2, 3, and 4,19688Itr






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CONTROL Wa .hard te a heeaeawmc 3-THE FUMUM TRIMMC 'I'IWM.. OCfUBUJt' ?1. $.
.... ....."t nl'lib..d
ISWT DIFFICULT Mttt.....M M ants at MWaiaei TAP HEARS the peep Wrinesd.y ...,. tiai Appraisal flit PIR1.t.
tt..e .r ...... sates Dea M- KIRCHOFF neon.RNbm. c..er .._,I.lr TAP.
R. D.
'WIllI ... TAP Mewling
its pieae the ( IMMBBvVvVB.K.
III' GMMtjr Afseit walk tteeItMMft > .. ....
few aloe .t. tM WMie Ja. ....,.
flit sua.ensr esw ..... respeih1 Afftewitisfai !EwKn kelse SBA OFFICIAL were
by ewe K the swi.Ns.t > rke.ltwn. SMA's rogsaa wk.thya lrr. Arne ItsIty; T. W. ...
sad as.t ...... hsu.&Mdpeels. JL D. KMtatf I MII BM|. leas la made ta a bolt MA and Bumf FsncnxL
tBMM.a chew. we deaMM nss Aisuislsb; dsa CMMal.ActieM aaat .srpersrtisn Sec Guests WIN ....... ...ilitand
Of ....... llBaote af awls lrilwened Fls.isc CcMIMr purposes fer ..... ......., Steam ........
dust may ben.** pests hi er 'h haksl Pa al mem- er for w-taan dttcetty to snail
atouund the ..... aM eon.rst bees the SBA has money to industry or botfc. A Iran el Com la a versatile' wee'-
SEE need list H dtk See tend Marling MMO buM.Re8IM this type to designed to en- taMe, says PWrtaa Fruit and
hsMes tway 1M plagued. wItkaM and for eayanalon of doe Industry to locate In V......ble AMeelade Kern.
"HINEIGHBOR" prebkMs rime ceart *. existing small bustmsses.Kkeheff small tewM. .4s may be eat teem the eeb
ire whIle others my haveteswper.ry added "these leads McmbeM' made suggestions and used In succotash ......
Invasions that don may be either direct or bank for distributing the recently lards. or puddings; In fritters,
t tequlre any centtel meM guaranteed" when he spoke to completed Recreation Peten- seuffles or stuffed peppers.
ure*.
The rule to to locate the
WITH neat he afcL Find the nestIBC ..
c. -
'
te before yeu make any I c.. .: .. !""
JIM WATSON application of Inacctleidea.
Applications of dust or liquid Meet My Family
And OnNOVEMBER sprays directly Into the I'K'5taft" '
meat effective. \\-JT
SHear Equally Important Is sanitation .
Falling to wash dishes
Special Guest after dinner leaving containen
f of food open, or fatting to
I MR. DON JORDAN pick up spilled crumbs of rft
feed Is an open Invitation far 7
nCl91er Co. Agricul. Agent these little creatures. Ivy or
other plants growing too doseto
I
I 1:45 AM the house offer ants a good
.
opportunity to develop In or
j ON near the house.
The third Important control
: POWERFULCHANNEL measure Is the proper use of
insectleides. Chlordane Al
drln and Dietdrin dusts or
.
sprays will give effective Ae
12WFGATV control. There are many baits
available commercially that
are effective but extreme care ttA
should be used In setting the
r baits out In homes where
youngsters live
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j I t f Vu w 9 WILLIAMS



CANDIDATE FOR


STATE SENATOR

I
I DEMOCRAT DISTRICT. 13
t day Flagler, Marion, Putnam Counties

t BORN IN OCALA JUNE 17, 1926

OUTSTANDING RECORDS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Graduating From Ocala High School In 1944
Member of FFA and Recipient of American Farmer Degree
President of Student Council l
AU NEC quarterback, football and basketballS

VETERAN OF ARMY AW FMCEATTEKKB

CENTRAL FLQfilM JWN4R CULEGE 1K2- %

GRADATED DIVERSITY of FLMIBA 1K6WOflX

EIPERIOCE: NKLUBCS:

CATTLEMAN CITRUS GROWER

I A. H. "Gus" CRAIGDEMOCRATIC BUSINESSMAN
a MEMBER OF THE OKLAWAHA RIVER BASIN ROA8Da
DIRECTOR OF THE UNITED APPEAL
NOMINEE FOR a LAY LEADER OF FIRST METHODIST CHURCH, OCALA

I FLORIDA STATEHOUSE ELECT


I OF REPRESENTATIVES

J. S
H
I District 34-St. Johns, Flagler,
f Putnam and Lake CountiesA.

i H. <*Cns* Craig as a long experienced legislator baa
earned membership on many Important conunittoes.iery 1
lag as chairman of Salt Water Conservation and as Vice r
Chairman of CJcdms: member of Insurance. State Instlratlons. .
I gflmlrs and LocmI. Executive: Conununleotlons Mil STATE
tart and Veterans Affairs fenslons. Betirtment Elections

I and others. EXPERIENCED DEMOCRATSENATOR

: S Tears In The

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 13ANT
.L K 4 .C..rtu. ..r r Z*u.r sus.fr.
Fe!. Adv. Paid For By A. IL (Gus) Craig



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C. :ID7:::: (( :@ mnPEtTORD(Vote for one) i )--,-; AGAINSftIlEREVISION-I NO. 2 1111


Public Defender REVISION OF ARTICLE VI
Justice of the Supreme Court Seventh Judicial Circuit SUFFRAGE AND ELECTIONS

Group 2 (Voe for one) Proposing a revision of Article VI of the Con

(Vote for one) ROBERT P. MILLER (Dem) I I stltutlon of the State of Florida relating to
I X '! suffrage and elections, adding that elections
DAVID LTMcCAIN I shall be by secret' ballot, changing the Oath
(Rep) COUNTY to delete reference to age and residence, providing I
JAMES C. ADKINS77KDem; Judge that registrations and elections: in municipalities .
) X and other governmental entities
T. K. (Buddy) )
lcKNmnDem may be provided by law, et cetera.
Justice of the Supreme Court ) X
rOIt TIIIntEVISfN-
Group 3
Judge Small Claims Court
(Vote for one)
CORA L. BfJCKlJS

::::I.P: :: IDi (Rep) tj Clerk, Circuit Court(Dem) X AGAINST THE REVISIONNO.--. 3 -- I


(Dem) GEORGE'M.; :MOODY REVISION OF ARTICLE VIII

STATE (Dem) Q LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Proposing a Revision of Article vm of the
Commissioner, Sheriff constitution of the State of Florida relating to
Florida Public Service Commission P. A. (Zip) EDMONSON counties and municipalities, providing for
(Vote for one) (Dem) \I X I, creation of counties by law, requires matters
relating to county funds to be prescribed by
RAY C. OSBOItNE"JESS Tax Assessor general law, allows method of election of certain
(Rep) elective officials to be changed or office
DONALD R. ;MOORE
YARBORbUGlI (Dem) I'' abolished when prescribed In the county char
(Dem) X ter or by special law approved by the voters,
Tax Collector gives municipalities residual powers except as
State Attorney provided by law, provides for consolidation
Seventh Judicial Circuit DAlE B. BROWN R. fl of county and municipal government, subjectto

(Vote for one) ... (Dem) approval of electors, et,cetera.

ANrJlONmTony) GPXZ Superintendent of r.Public Instruction FOR'THETKEVISIDN ':

TEPITEwLEwIsiDem+ (Rep)) X JAMES O. CPIGL. (Dem) [!] ISlON 8'XCAImnn

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'11',t'", 11iMsU01fPls6tet F... P.T.A. -a..e- ...... isee ....
) o..Mr Bfterfttf P. A. HALLOWEENWINNERS .. .....
Eden JIM xrrrraed fleas -f.t.mere aM
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I { the State QftyvsM where he .
1 was ln< Uaude XkrJc The' TTrrifMr ...t NJ.. IiIII. Ptaat. M. c mloni o eheYas. Mrs.Ise .
has sdwdvled. bMervkws with sad MnsXlMr .... Dever and Mn. IlrMsr
all ........... she..... the 4Mlc.lt task BMt et ..... Fraser reported pseerie
'laC wt.el M e lte. ..er hers the sfhlr netted more
Mrs. ....IRI.R .
then 3.
1wssNtnlp.e beech PTA Cmtume ft Mi it
::1:1.I ed him.on the Saturday at the ...... (*.!.
enj y 4 a leer of the Capitol lownn eamlval The jsddoe BUY UGMT BULK
r, and ether paints of Interest selected HM prettiest ....... PROM A LION
eat and most Of If Iflftl CO4 NOV 4 & 7, 1968
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I I ,', BOB IS MATURE

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(: BOB IS DEDICATED .

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BOB IS REPUBLICAN

I i BOB ASKS YOU TO

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LOOK AT THE NATIONAL RECORD! 1900- 1968
VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM members, shown above enJoyed -
a barbecue chicken supper Thursday afternoon at John Republicans DemocratsIn
E. Milllcan Park. American Legion Post 115 hosted the affair In Office Office
and Victor Buckles prepared the chicken. 33 TEARS M TEARS
WAD 0 4
Balanced: Budget 21 Yrs. Out of 33 C Tn. Out of 36
Dvfldts 12 Out of 33 30 Out of MS314J
Cumulative Deficits SMS Billion Billion
HARGEIT'Sti Personal Income Tax
1Acr.... One 13TUMM
Blots 0 TOO MANY
Standard Oil Service Station I

MAKE NO MISTAKE
CORNER U.s. HWY. 1 and MOODY BLVD.
ELECT

FUEL OIL SERVICE

FOR DELIVERY PHONE 437.7172 ROBERT D. (Bob) COOKSEYTO

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DONS FORGET

Your car needs Anti-Freex added before State House of Representatives, District 34

cold weather amiss. We have plenty in stock. 'd. Pol. Adv.

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IT BOILS DOWN TO THIS:

I F I You can join the chorus for law and order. or you

. I can shoulder your part of the burden and give Law Enforcement '

I a PROVEN PROSECUTOR because the

: q prosecutor is the key to effective criminal justice and

I thats no more than punishment of the guilty and protec-

i t'a tion of the innocent. and that takes a PROVEN PROS
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E ECUTOR who,is an experienced TRIAL LAWYER hard

I ;. : but fair if we have that and if we start paying closer

attention to raising our children in a family rather thanP'4

letting them be raised on the street. we will have law

and order and prosecutors will have more time to

raise their children .
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STEPHEN LEWIS BOYLESDEMOCRAT / .


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(Volusia, Flafler, Putnam & St. Johns Counties)

Pd. PoL Adv.

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gEE rLAGLEB "WiUNE TMUM&.. OCTOMR 91. MM )(eDANI I. RWI.Ta SGT AND MRS. JAMES R MINCHEW
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NEWLYWEDS ENGAGEMENT

ANNOUNCEDCatholic

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I Mary .... Btt. .**
Oliver
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whose ensjafemrnt has W s.
announce by her parent
Kiss .... Is the dau.hr .t*
Mr. ana )In. Robert E. vnl.
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She to a grateDeland fit r
High School in M**.
and tart year worhtd .hi

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Mr. MeDaniel .is the sn eC
A Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. MeDanW. -
d Flakier Beaeh. He M
f a 19GS graduate of BwMettHigh
School and attended

Daytona Beach Junior College.
: He served in the Marine

"'; Corps with duty in Vietnam,
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If'' .\ and Is working In JaekenvtHe. -
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Pb.es by Tfco C. H 4n FETES MRS. BLACK The couple had as their
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MR. MINCHEW only attendants Mr. and
BILL BROWNMrs.
FILKINS.MISCH waist. A matching peau de ,
Mrs. Thomas M. Minchew of
sole pillbox held her bouffant Bill Brown was honored MARRIED
veil of silk Illusion. Her flow. at a Stork Shower Friday The Rev. Charles Anders Holly Hill. Fla.Immediately ;

ers were a cascade of white afternoon given by Mrs. Dale performed the double ring following the
NUPTIALS carnations and ivy. Brown. Jr. at her home 601 ceremony for the wedding of ceremony a reception was '
' Miss Donna Marie Filkins Matron of honor was Mrs. N. Moore Sty Bunnell. Mrs. Lorraine Wyndham held in the church recreation t

and Chief Petty Officer Hans Michael Ensley of Bunnell. The hostess presented the Black and Sgt James H. Min- halL

Peter Mlsch were married who wore a princess style honoree a corsage fashioned chew, Friday October 18 at After a wedding trip to i
Friday night October 18 at gown of royal blue satin bro from blue ribbon and decorated Bunnell First Baptist Church Chattanooga* Tenn. SgL Min .J
St. Stephens Catholic Church. cade. Her accessories were with diaper pins and in the presence of the couples chew will return to Vietnam 1,
Bunnell silver. She carried a bouquetof pacifiers.The immediate families. for six months assignmentwith a
The bride is the daughterof blue and white carnations. shower gifts were arranged Miss Cherry Wadsworth. the US Army and Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C.Filkins. Michael Ensley of Bunnellwas in a baby stroller, pianist provided traditional Minchew will reside In Bun j
500 East Moody Blvd.. best man. Ushers were which was a gift from the nuptial music. nelL 1
Flagler Beach and her husband Robert Law and Douglas hostess. ;
Is the son of Mr. and Wolfe both of Flagler Beach. Mrs. Brown served delicious COOK TWINS SELECTED HOMECOMING ROYALTY ...f

)frs. Stanley Germack of There was a reception aft gingerbread and coffee to :
Bunnell. erward at the home of the twenty Invited guests.

The Rev. Father Antonio bride's parents. Assistingwere
Leon performed the double Mrs. Kaufman and Mrs. HOLIDAY DECORATIONS

ring ceremony with Mrs Isabel Edith Tldwell both of Flagler DEMONSTRATEDAT ,r
Barrow as organist Beach Also Mrs. Virginia WOMAN'S CLUB
Escorted by her father, the Johnson sister of the bride. IJI
Program chairman Mrs. E.
bride wore a floor Jacksonville.
length 4'k
P. Fleurie showed naelerWoman's
gown of peau de sole with The newlyweds will make Club members how # t
empire waistline and fash- their home in Key West
to make Thanksgiving and
Toned with bell sleeves anda where the bridegroom is stationed
Christmas table decorationsat
detachable train at the with the US Navy. '
the Women's Club meeting ; JI
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last Wednesday. Mrs. it:,
VISITING' IN WILDWOOD Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dillon have Frank Bred gave a* demonstration ,
returned to their home In on Christmas floralarrangements.
Miss Lucille
Walker Is Rhode Island after visiting .
spending two weeks at WIld. in Bunnell with her mother,
Mrs. Charles Sindelar,
wood with her brother and prf'S'Ident
Mrs. Daisy Buckles.
sister In law, Mr. and Mrs. presided.
Jinx Walker and It was announced the V'oluslaFlagler -
daughter Wolfe of Or-
Janet. )frs. Barbara Federation of
lando was a recent visitor at Womrns Clubs will meet In
Miss Walker will stay with the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ace DeLand *ov. 13 for a luncheon
Janet while her parents are Drummond, N. Hwy. AlA. -meetfng. Members plan
va vacationing North Carolina. The Drummonds had as \
nine to attend are asked to
weekend ts Mr. and )frs. contact Mrs. Bagett 439-2186 of
Van Drummond of Rome, Ga. for reservations. Deadline for

reservations Is Nov. 9.
MCCULLOCHII.Y0jJLE
GRANDSON' CHRISTENED' Plans were completed for ..
the "Women's Club Holiday

Tom and Peggy Wells Bazaar Nov. 9 at the club 4. .... .r a.v" '.. ti4tln .
f) Flagler Beach spent Friday house Central Ave.. Flagler JOHN' AND' JANET COOK were chosen King and Queen of '
through Sunday at Lake Park Beach. All clubs are invitedto the Bunnell High School 19G8 homecoming Their selection was ,

PUTS YOU IN THE WORK visiting their son and daughter reserve space for a boothat announced at halftime of the Bunnell DIB football game. ,

SAYING TIME SAYING In law Mr. and Mrs. Tom the bazaar. The twins served as crown bearers at the 1958 homecoming I
Wells, 1r.Sunday. Hostesses" were Mrs. Marks
WlNNtt'S CIRCLE WITH they attended the and Mrs. Meiss. 1968 HOMECOMING QUEEN CANDIDATES

GREAT NEW CHAIN SAWS christening of their grandson 'f'.. .
Thomas D. Wells. III. at Lake SUNDAY VISITORS I. I' ,

Park St Marks Episcopal Visiting In Bunnell recently { "

Church. with Mrs. Ruth Watkins were '. .'

her sons and their families. I
Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Holland Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Watkins Ii
and son Zachary spent the and son Charles of Ruskin i
LBS. p, weekend in Baxley Ga. where Florida and Mr. and Mrs I

L NM. they attended the Miles Fam Horace Watkins of Jackson i
ily Reunion. ville.
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s 4T: uht.I: ATTENDS FAIR TO VISIT SON L_ -- s .
Jack and Barbara McCabe Mrs.
Bradford Bowen left t
CENTER BALANCED MASTER Nancy Carol and Billy Creal last weekend for Ft. Lauderdale tI I
GRIP for Ono-Hand Control I and Rick Wlgle attended the where she will spend t'I
Cult lit ....
as Fair at Jacksonville two weeks her
Ml. -*!"! 0MTM s $ 169.95 Saturday.Fred visiting son
... t** to sacs and daughter in law, Mr. and '
PMMT MM to
cscls-.e.'t IM Complete Shaw of Detroit Uth.I. Mrs. Bradford Bowen.
Mad aq l iss M 1Nq r houseguest of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Rigby. 1500 S. Central CELEBRATES

Ave, Flagler Beach.IN SEVENTHBIRTHDAY'

Y Pictured above are the four lowly BUS students selected as ;

HOSPITAL Hervey Eisenbach celebrated I candidates for 1968 Homecoming Queen. Mrs. Jack Knight 1967

Ms seventh birthday last I Queen right Is shown with 1 to r. Janet Cook Coleen Tucker.
Mr*. Joseph Harding is a Tuesday afternoon at a partyat Brenda Townsend and Mary Ann Ste lk. Seated In the centerare
medical patient at Ormond
Memorial Hospital. Her many Bunnell.his home Palmetto Ave. Raymond Lewis and Bobble Jean Slzemore crown bearers.

friends wish her a speedy re The Halloween motif was i It! OOO OOCCr.1 aFtvaanemwinipfttofifELECT

s sP covery. used In the decorations and

NEW PATENTED SOUND IDLEWOOD CLUB party refreshments.The I
SUNCnMUfnU- young guests enjoyeda
CUTS NOISE 75l HAS PARTTIdlewood "cookout" complf'te1th CLINTON G. GIDDENSYour ,f
'" I".". ".... traditional refresh
..... ... .... ... $199.95 birthday
-- M.f. if a*. Clut members and ments. Party favors of miniature I
tMf pnnr MCTMM... their guests celebrated the jack -lanterns filled
=airs rsR:r:.laic COftI..te season with a Halloween 'arty with candles were given to COMMISSIONEREast II

.CnMd.IUIIt. | teltMddc..ttp.tyN Saturday night at thebeach each guest. Outdoor games Flagler Mosquito Control District
.rfler 'home of Mr. and Mrs. were played during the after.
Baddy Knox BtmncU Dale Brown Jr. South Hwy. noon. 10 years experience ((9 years as employee and |

American Savior Station A-1-A, Flagler Beach. Twelve of Hervey's play
US 8..,. 1 Ph. 437-36S2 More than twenty-five en mates Joined him for the celebration. 1 year as Commissioner) I
joyed a covered dish supper. i
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CLASSFIEDSCmC .I

TANK efcaniiHr: .**.... p
fteWs tntteUed; ..*..-.Reset
snail (feeiL ReaSMMMe ,lees
Call George Sa.... 4jrr-34M .
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TROPIC BREEZE Nu RSERY-
Let us help beautify Flatter '
County. Large variety of ever I
I greeft*, palfM. hedee pMMs
54 miles S of Bunneil OP
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-UC

,} SINGER model 66 equippedwith .M."Jim"
zigzag and button.h ler
1 in nice cabinet 5 payments at .
t $8.93 or 142.76 cash. For more .
i information write Service SewIng .
; Center Box 393 DeLand.
i Florida. 32720. Aug. 15 tae ,

2 HOUSES FOR SALE-3 bedroom .1..
house, partially furnish
ed with furnished 2.car garage
1 apartment Corner lot.
bedroom unfurnished frame
house also. 2 blocks from
ocean. Call 439-9200 or 439- II .': -:
2125.: _Oct. 3. 5tp.

House for Sale-Frame houseIn
Block 121 on Moody Blvd.
Bunnell. House must be re
/ moved from site within 30
days. Submit bids to First
{ Baptist Church by 7:30: >> P. If. JAMES A. GLISSON
November 6th. For further details :
contact C H. Cowtrt.Chnn. .
I, Trustees. Oct 24 31,2tp
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WANTED-Mechanic for garage
work. Apply in person or
call 4373918. Oct. 31, 1 tc. V

FOUND-Black and tan female q.
t hound. .Call 4373144.
i I Mrs. Curtis Dan and ldentlfy.C .

_Oct 31, Itc I have worked in

FOR. $20. RENT month-Trailer plus, utilities.furnished. Flagler

Cal 4392500. Oct 31, Itc r

DUE TO DIVORCE
We have a repossessed "68
model swing-needle dlal-a-
matte like new. Makes hundreds .

I.1 automatic of fancy buttonholes stitches. Makes sews County as if the entire elec-

on ograms buttons embroiders, blind hems,darns mon,

patches, eta Guaranteed. Assume .
1 remaining 6 payments
1'1 of$6.00 Phone credit manager,
Daytona 255-W31.
Oct. 24, 31, 2tc

FOR SALE 1966 Ford CourT tion it--It '

try Sedan Air-Power V-8,Automatic Steering< ', white Factory depended on may

walls, radio $1800. Phone 437
3216 after 5 p. m.
Oct. 24, 31, 2tp.
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NEED IMMEDIATELY
Immediate opportunity forman
or woman. Full or part

time Rawleigh serving Products.consumers Can earn with Vote for the man who feelsyou're
$125 per week< or more. Write J
C. R. McDanlel FLJ-360-769
DeSoto Station Box 2467
Memphis, Tenn. 38102.
Oct. 24. 31, 2tp.

I' FOR SALE-CMllleater7S.OO; important! '
Electric Apt.Stove$8.00; Vanity ,
jl $10.00; Large drop-leaf
it table $10.00; 9 foot pier mir
'1 ror. walnut. $100.00; Extra
II large bed solid head and footboard
$30.00; old dresser r
,, $30.00.: Phone 4392317.

_Oct 31-TFC G LIS SON 9.' .
FOR SALE-Double bed with
mattress and box springs .
dresser and chest $35.00. Oak .
kitchen table with extra leaf- :' Your Citizen in Government ,c
$'5.00. Call 4392501.
Oct 31-Itc FOR

USED single box springs and
mattress $15.00. Oil heaters STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 33 i "
small and large sizes. Jerry's \
Furniture. Old Dixie Hlway I
2 ml. S. Korona. Ph. 437-3752. REPUBLICAN gItt' ;
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STEP WITH .. .1
FOR SALE-55 gaL Kerosene '"
Tank and Stand. Johnny's FLAGLER COUNTY .
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Body Shop Bunnell.

Have buyer for 50 to 100 $ ,

! acres. Also ocean front. Call I, ,, :Ii .. ,
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Farm Agency 58H San \"',
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g-TOE IUMLH TJ THVm. OCTOMH 91. MMBOAUB Iitin area AM held at pratSt '

liIIIH1IRt herded, .... stint = It,
NeSVITO e.st 1M at present shop Meioaaed CHURCH:L lialr.z Bth and r'irat' c ctylwaaA
Te &lfLAJMH out. an oilMe Ira the ef CswwX. lalmilit.DeytMa j
Beard will I be tetetaU**. Bears. Iff Lire Oek
Mew ttoet iarrteee Oliyto Our iHetriet ta honing upmoney i NEWS-- ., A......
ore .( ..*e way a4 a mapup aM Lrre ....... wMc Iked. _
ef mei.MHo.i wW be ear* ... Msfte fat Me 1mfetalMit I PROPERTY TAX
JIfM MAtt* yew' Board M MM JIlL Jailit: ..*. ef In
tie Imturin ibM w rk to PAYMENT PLANAVAILABLE
you budBit wMMMrt rain.we
sehrdrird I1ar ........... el -Me.e. Weekly Sermon my vote for the future of the
world on November 5. The
the JMrtaf fartllftea.and Me ef the past Christian community should Flagler County property
ae.M rrjerabers Aiddetu yeses B.,. OHwr F. Toy lot. Foster include God In making such owner can pay their 1688.
aoeBerBUY property taMe by partial payOMector
Geee, alone w4tit Mr. IV an important deeMoo. Let
Bunaeil First UaUd us Mont areording ter 0Mtttty Tax
ef
.i4e spent Friday pact ak Methodist ChurchRIGHTEOUSNESS Dale B. Besn% Jr. ,
week ta Jetfcaenville 1eeJHAc
of I
require a Christian In these
UOHT BULBS Brewer said the
over larger fuel oil tank and dent do righteousness partial pay-
AND Mont plan a. new ael"f'PtaWeaAd
mixing tank. FBI A LION and justice is mere acceptable the deadline for applying
A new addition will be buttt JUSTICE to the Lord than saerl
I II November 30.
onto present building to house NOV. 447. 1968 nee." Proverbs :21A
Ameriea stand at a crest Property owners must applyat
road. We are fathered In dtopenten the Tax Collectors office in
over' confttcttaf Issue 3AFTIST CHURCH the courthouse to be eligible

ATLANTIC HARDWARE *. Our Involvement In HTMN SINGSUNDAY for the partial payment plan
world affairs coupled with Internal Brown said.HASTINGS. I
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strife has brought outa NIGHT
& SUPPLY CO. INC.FISHERMAN'S -
sharpness which divides -
There will be a Hymn Singat MATTRESS
SPECIAL men. We are on the threshold Flagler Beach First Bap. &: UPHOLSTRY WORKS
of national election which
6 FT. SOLID FIBERGLASS ROD COMPLETE a list Church Sunday, Nov. 3 710-12 Lemon St. '
will have Ha effect on the history
WITH OPEN FACE SPINNING REEL AND UNE of the world. Increased at 7 p. m. Special music will PaJitka. Florida I
be provided and there will
$13.95 population faster transpor be solos and duets' on theprogram. Phone EA 5-9166 I "
tatlon and communication Furniture UpholUrta
and has forced &
affluency Repaired ReflnUhod
MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH Choir Director Judson Stry-
mankind Into a new mold. ker and Church Pianist Mrs. Mattresses & Box Springs
PHONE 439.2303 ThOM who bear the name Anita Hirst are In charge of Made to Order.Also Renovated
of Christ have a dual responsibility the musical program. Call Laura Morris 437-32 1

... r as citizens not only of After 1:00 P. M.
the United States but also CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FRICES REASONABLE
the Kingdom of Cod. In the
Insurance LESSON SERMON BUDGET FLAN IP NEEDED
Flagler County early Bibecal times people
sacrificed animals on the al Jwt as near as you
Sunday November 3. 196S Phone or Post Office
tar of Cod to show their allegiance
Agency Inc.All to Cod. However this A weil-loved verse from Drop Us a Card er Call
Is not what God expects of Psalm UO-"Let Israel hope Free Pick-up & Delivery
modem man. Man's under* in the Lord: for with the Lord
Forms of Insurance standing of Cod was enlightened there Is mercy, and with him l YL
when Christ entered the Ii plenteous redemption"
3od' Fait Birdi iPhone 437-3171 O. F. ALFORD
Moody human scene. part of a Bible Lesson-Sermon

Bunnell, Florida 32010 Christ emphasized the Inter titled "Everlasting Punish. Blistered
personal relationship of man ment" to be read In all ChristIan .
Real Estate Broker
U FEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSFLAGLER as a response to Cod. I, for Science churches this
one Intend to be In meditation Sunday. lWUMI Florida
and prayer before I cast Christian Science services In
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A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director go away; .

JOHN CAPO. Manager
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ATTENDANT :
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BUNNELL CUSTOM KITCHENS -

107 N. Bay St. P. O. Box..657 a song that children sing.But crop farmers and citrus growers

BUNNELL, FLORIDA too want "controlled rain"a blessing during dry spells and

critical periods of growth.
FREE ESTIMATESBAR
FIXTURES BUILT-1N KITCHENS Electrically powered irrigation provides it any time, day or .1

night" when or where needed.
BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS .
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERSOffice Electric motors give years of carefree service...start instantly. ,

Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving Easily controlled by time-docks or float.switches..make irrigation

BATHROOM VANITIES-BREAKfAST BARS systems automatic and conserve water.

Laminated Plastic Upholstery Fronts See your equipment dealer or contact us.
FINE HARDWOODS f

Mat orders filled within IS working day Now Servingall
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
area in 7$ nxile rod. 01 BuanelL tl
HELPING IUIIO 'HOMO
CALL COLLECT Day 07-3513 Night 07_ .

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*" Against Gun Control R alt CMe Gntor at 5 p. m. ..o..
c... Bar lentil. Troop 411 sw...
v For Conservation sr.Aty ChIlI Matter' IB hie at n.WWD"'Y'..lsr .
-& For Modified Auto In pee4 on Pwq ..r a.rb.es aMI .. ..s..
I, .K For Stricter Welfare Fraud Laws i....... at f:38. p. m. Na' 8: Phsg.
( *.> lee Bends Oarttii CWt hrwshews .
Beyr 9eut TIeet>> 4ft sweethtig .tweriiwg at 1:38 Po M. at
! VOTE EXPERIENCE . at MMt .- Meetlyq't woi pat JlHtu.tbn
1 $ ......... lvfrf(
(+. (.0)
I fr Practicing Attorney, 19 Years 6 Reddick Town Attorney MONDAY N.y. 4: Ftafier The Pots will tweet at
-tr Legal Advisor, Governor's Natural County t"IIlRfRi..lln" meeting 8 y. IM wC IwV home el Mes
Commander Ocala
I Resources Committee ft Squadron at 9 a. m. .t the 8MMthu. Dee WilMtssen at S.w )Ms.4eo
I Chairman District Welfare Board C.A.P. (+) ,...... for tahlir. dntwr.......
lrwnelt City OalRfR..bn 'RC and I84taI.!
Frauds Committee World War II Officer in Pacific sets at 7:38 p. m.

! ELECT A TRUE CONSERVATIVE TUBM>AY.<.0.Nev.) 5: FIetrI er IN HOSPITAL
AT ST. PETE
HARVEY KLEIN STATE SENATOR County School Beard 9 meetingat Walter and Laura Monks
9:69 a. m. In the *f>erintmdnrt's -
! District l3 office( at the ego nt.houtIf' were railed to St. Prtmbufg
I last weekefHl due to the ....
Pd Pol. Ad Klein ,
r By SupporiersJ lolFlafi flees of her mother: Mr*. A. L.
r Senior Athens dinner Salt. who .to a patient ki tl eSt
)j .meetiBc at 6:00) p. m. at Petersburg Ho pHaL

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)I 4th Cong. District j SOLVE TODAY'S

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1'-'" rtAOLM TMWMC TBVMOCTOWR )t. 96t A. K your husband was on mewl(.1 ate for their bafcy. I have

-- amore dlllgr and .his death. se.atseeettl been. working la Ml home
atlld wet; reeslvillg oily VVOTVIsecurity --.La.I fa fl* Use rf *My. the A. Y... Yew IttigMhnule b.byoiltiwg. It this weeds eev
Social! b.saits.K I Ml these sill eM ....... assist st alf.
Security fMMflrjrMW. f 4IdsI sat to ? ..... tinder sedan se.wigr'
Me lW ell 'sur ........ w ..erlaMeowdlilns
will I still be to ...kL It".e
ins A. Yes. '.AWiM sff flM...htB
N-E-W-S lilt WiJT widow's kdMMlftt e At age months tf his death was and. He ..... IN gontwt
.?. den.aL 0dMt wtN. the erqIlet.mbewt you most haw l_ either fU aekwewiedged mot w A valid employment

A. No. fteatarrtafe of a wMv Is nine ......... m writing that eld.wshlp a" year sea's
11 ear tt wid- you Me the father erf the
O.. I am a > before. 1M to age will Q. IIMw newt .ba insert.ed wtfe must have a physical orbMajwbie
elhild (Z) hate
octal sam.ity : or MM ..M.fed
.. Mnf
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ew toe* her (POM NNMac any tort I have a small MHto Me mortal condition slaking Mr
ItIM... booed on my ..*.* by a eMIt .. 1I1LUL'd a to
benefb OR her doeswd husbands lMa< with JIM mother. H of wring tot the
IMNMlMfs work. My fee* the cMWto support; or I.
M account M tone aa Me AIIttl1ln. happens Ie me or ........ The wtfe' eonditenmust
fffenel wants to pt ......... hew been! decreed by a court
to married. If the marriage' K I retire on social security, last for at least Sour
be the tether
widow'sberwAts ef the ehll
I will my ;
K remarry then be will be aWe to receive
ends
late you may my son or (I) have been .emtebu consecutive weeks during the
Mop HWto receive benefits enIHWWwWw sl..**1 security on My seeAuvsitT1saMi4rT CvtVAVK* quarter oTI whIeI1
A. Jfa. A widow who remarried lag to his support and haveotfM.r
your deceased V *v* you wor tL
after ate eo will oontriwe L>>GA" evidence available to

to receive her widow ben*. eeuM. estabrtoh that he Is your

ft*. Bt In mart caws the wid Q. My husband *a* recently IV TUB ("CU..TY. Jl'DCiT rhlkL BUY LIGHT BULBS
FOR rLAO-
service. rot HT iv alt
killed in military
ow's better will be reduced. ....K ('n"'\TY, PLOn10AyLn Q. My son's wife has been FROM A LION
have been 1
How we
long mow so. Me
H dills remarriage later ends married In order tor me to receive IN Ml: 5.1.1. of Dakir L. ill and has not been able to NOV. 4 & T. 1968
entitled to
you would be a Walker.
social security benefits Dsee..d.
teM wideVs benefit NoTten OK PILl.fU rerrvriov d
Q. I aIR a 59 year old widow on his account? roil KIVAI. IH..1.IImRi: !
OK AII' m' ... WHOM IT MAT CONl !
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ha,. MM by Anal r (.riM ail 1
BiliiltralrU of tka ....... *f Open Thursday Thru Sunday 5 till 10 p. m.
AWT L. WALKKR. Ue....<;
that I h*.. Sled mr IilHftteII ter
SWIMMING Anal ......r.*. and that I wMt SPECIAL THIS WEEK I
the H.nraM. T. K.HJHT. .
I 5 .. rot J..4.a *f f
r ......tT. f'Ie.rtIh. onOrtobsr

POOL -- \h. It.and 15ee for for that dMlvl.lrs+ Southern Fried Chicken I

aa AdoujkialratrlK at*. ...ate
of l)ArWT U WAUKBR'. ch ....

I CHEMICALSLIQUID ed.I'.tea. ./.October/ Lwelll 14.Waik.rAdmnl.lratrlx 1S4. All You Can Eat $1.50 ,

rf Uw> ...
If tate of DAIMT U WALK. ,
BK _.. end Served with Homemade Biscuits and Honey !
Oct. 1?. II. 11 N... !. tie
CHLORINE-"H. T. H." '- Roasted Oysters
M-KJAI A110'iT1-iMPNe t

CHLORINE GAS ALGECIDE ;;-TIIK nHfTIT ("nl'K" f".:0.
All You Can Eat
H TII JIIIH'I At. ('IKI IT IV $3.25 1
ACID, LIQUID and DRY Ail POI KUAOLKHrr. (Ol'N.

CEUTE FILTERING POWDER ELnltllr l t
( II. JIU'I.IO. .

CONCENTRATED "KEMEX" POWDER nUN rtainurr.LION Kb rAm FRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FISH I


MART CAVllEHINK FAIR CHOICE T-BONE STEAKSSouth
REAGENTS FOR TESTING WATER 1)er.adant. t
>(.Tu'i: .>f M'IT
IN TICK: MAMU UK Till! JJTATUOK \
LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED KUH1I of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1
TO: lAKY CATIIBRINB FAIRo
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Klcfcard Uoodon At Moultrie-Sign on right
Mil IVnnwar IlacaLouUvttl
*. Kcntuckr
MT SERVICES FREE AT ANT TIME YOU AKK HBUKUr r oulr* to flue with tlta Clerk of lbs

FOR CLEAN & HEALTHFUL SWIMMING CALL Caurt Complaint your Fled Ancwtr be rain to against KM of J ....,.. .,.......- <-.:' .,.,......
you In .... bora tntHI 4 cause .
on or before the llth day at .: .:': .d-r1: F
CALDWELL SALES November Itct. and ..r a copythereat '.
upon Donald C. Jacob : i,
son. nalntlfFa Attor".,. hr4n.wbaaa .
Phone 439-2100
Zoo Blvd.
Moody Mrv.ss HT OrangeAvenu. '. 1 I
FLACLER BEACH. FLOBJDABINGO *. Uartona Beach. nr
Ida. Tha rLAULEIt TRIBUNE. Ya 1. 4
INC la hereby daalcnatad aa t... I
.wapaper In which this Ordar : .
wwwwwuw
shall be published ones a week
far four eonavcutlv wcaka.
IIKHHIN PAIL SOT OH A Df!:. ,) '. i
FAULT WHO BETh ST lnU1ACJAISf'T iI

M. FA 1 LURE YOU FOR' lLCll
8:00 P.
nature of this suit la a
BHI far IMvorca.WITNHHH .
my hand and seal
FREE REFRESHMENTS at Ilunnall. Florida this Ird day w
of October. A. I). IfS.. 4Y

TONIGHT (Thursday)
FLACLER BEACH RECREATION HALL Ry Kathryn L. Entry
Clerk
Deputy
-SPONSORED BY- Oct. 1*. 17. 24 and 11. 4te. II.I


Disabled American Veterans I -G.U. Aln.tKTI.IOn'T
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After another of striving fora
Jim Boo Chapter No. 86 Miyt my! r-Olt HUM year
: .Ue, a. b."b: Iron that
tM fast >1aKl.r Moaqulto c.n. more perfect Volkswagen
NO MINORS ALLOWED sal 1Nstrtet.. FI..a.r Bomb. ,

at Florida 1M. .will- ..accept located sealed T nvHea bids we bring you the only visible results.Four .

- -- nortli of KlacUr Ararh on N1gb.way .
ALA Jup lo abel until *:" nice new shades.Of .
I'. M. Wodn..day. Novambar ,
1MI. for the follow!** for It..i i course, some people won't be ler
Year end4og two"'r 3e. ,Nt:
riWy "impressed.The .
Purnlah a t n. linatly Twbt.
ThouoMd ( .. .) OalhiM ]?.. way they see it, we let l year offer

1k ii after you see IHatrl 1 Fuel,..Ml.. IMorait to ba dHlrrrod Tanks. at t.lthp tha year 90 by without ever reolly trying to m.

north of Flavor Head Fta prove our oppeor ce.
doctor. tn qunntMtoa ...,..... fareaaAritr the :
o your af storage ...k.. w Never a bug with dramatic fI.W'" Im. .
... appraiNnalelr., <.(.. t. Never a bug with a revaMionory. new t
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"* Ojiftaltoiia to |fi
bring all ... .. -?
yourprescription *l lfeaM U and t* be a Brie.Well
Arm hid hosed. on M dfea. making sensational ovttid '
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t*.K>eratt ra and to mta )
to of JMynaant.rSmteh terMs c-hi<<* !M ta't te us.. R gM from theslept .

th*.aaid (LMearatios.y/ Be two.*|. we've believed in nnnneotionol M.

1It} Ur OaaeMne. Oa .llne .4iaH Met s li.-
all of the minimum r.SwieMen4a Tele this. year bug. Nk though oN its
for ""....., Ora" (!swain. ail
'Dfd 1 Arl f..rth: bjr thr IVpartnkaa af 13 improvements/ ore, here'i not o ON f

<.5 uHwre authorial nf the ftuta br af O>PWMa. a
Profoitfenol B&a. m. Florida "l"tut.a 1MI 4i.. Certainly not the new ,,-GAd.doy

oltne.......Impecttofi, shell be lAW M or and better Oetawan ..... _rot.

"-_ to be delivered ta. the Or the better kind of weother s'rippn9; 1

-- ntatrtrt'a lleadnunrtera north af between the ond the
- rlagtrr Heorh. f engine cover bed-/
tHIea for ctoravo r.tt'.1:::.*. Or the new electric rear window d..

When of nM4er ties ration to furnleh raiMMtr stnyarr WIth. tank.... f,.M.".

you r..."..In. pure and Meter <..... Or even the few Ignition lock that co",,. :
l"n. to im-liKle ell .......M.
DISTANCE "inGEORGE tats and tn be a Arm bid state bins with the stttr'mg whet! lock. ;
In- (.'rn'a of aperovlatataly Coyest.Putnl.h Twen Over the years,the result of our striving

ty.".e Hundred (List) Gallon has mostly" been. tittle things. 2218 .kt,t
MEANS ,, U P Oaa delivered to the fx.. things to b....oct.lIt .
trlet'a ....d..rt.,. north of
DO III"We "...,.., ""...". FlorM. Tttdder II'. the Lttfe things that mole 'for

NOTHING! s 4fif tn ..furnish........ Tarp fftortc with Tank....and..r. perfection.And .
V Otatle" to be Arm bid and tat perfection is
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Pay pMh9 Botfc Way .." teem of narment. no Mlle
The Htiik af the* require thing.
-I. will be from May Iff.
Service
Use BBF"Save-By-Mail" Iwo thm fleptember It. ItCt. .

.../i..d.r 1wl.t./.. r.. iMl..b M s..tr. See MM e-n to W.---a.*>,. emend. at November the af.

C. un. .f i"11 r Mweree.efnl .
111""., hall be "..
tided fallowln ha rH.trlff.
taiM fMetrlct r...".. the
newt to relict anv aM all MdaIM Palatka
\t waive any laformalttlea
In bid "..
ran o.rttt
Vast "..'.r )fosaulto.

rontrolnoard of Net.t C.nurlsslonersLyman Boyer Volkswason

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11-THC FLAWJHI TBM TRVUfc. OCfOM* M. MM Wall Khmaiy. In Mill, a4 action ........ rianfw aaw .BI rani wIIIIa isiod -
Mr 1 itLat.p1, ........ Thkeen. __ tsslt tilt hesk M IIC! lit.
alit Ira.nisi WM as t fset. 6 .... is a tMN 0 t trsdtt. the Wet bi sheet aw host are
FISHING LINEBy .sail pate 1IIc. Wosrdor wMtJdM .r hams. 1 saartw sas. fesasOosape they had .*ar T dWstoatt Va emwhe 361N..... DIIa
eI lash story the haws. has bassi tfM/nR rides af ..... !aVMaaa the hoya .-
AIn.Ift 3s.rrb a Me idllttg in 0.01 tIks es lshhrg. treat the last. few are having Uatfc where. ever llsp.bllaans acai i"like
___ 0. W. TsthoMet rind ...., ... ...... &.. .. .....
t dn Plat aow Fish .... fc A.--.It ...........tri- ..... ....,. ..... dIM....ec paw..sE...... was M
Sine the pfcr was int ]Ir. ....... .... If toes fill th.Ir bawd at .sissg aM was Nasld NNwNewCreak. hail Now.N 1.+ir 1. $6L 1a.0l .
built there. M fesjfct has tarn ... IIIRs as the lMtlntg has did dpyMe all wlar. bads. 1 Haaaidi was probably tatyjl Bta... Ia -... II
torn of Mi eiaHn of all Mff hsn m psMbty due .. to *us. 2 trout J she a M sitsd.S ha< to the barrier when ..... a .tt art the i s4er'
...... spats and 4 ss h.es. It ws.tter he = in his 36 Ik. MM. dAMe 99% tfchA leW rare she
fetit ateee MM hat
Svaaiea Daytona Baatfc was suepeae'd A few days earlier ........
the ftth
poaeiMy iliaaapar Jack GenungTa Fish Camp
W law with BIN Gtlaen- TO SERVE
when brought a teamed-up
ffVT IT1
taken free the ,
ever pter happened
lack trite IM that the'Bah- St.Cloud and Magic Kta..
5 Pbmpans while AehtecMAT dart
laet week when Be* CHICKEN DINNER h
taaf III the area e< the
asp MartMiand. 4B>*i* aewe Bunneil and together they .
and. John AnMtraac.Bob Dallis.Ga. hooted. to at a ltaBd-etm wish the exoavtvMi you wwet aVehtag laM.Marfneia brought in a dimes ...... Ttee" ladlet .f the PorteBimruril \,
were Milne. oc HIM trout being end!t weifhtng' In the 3 Hx etaaa men Hoitem Chmlt h-
something' which he hughf token item the hips: Surf Fishing t.eii. will pare and serve a
for over an how then whatever
tftkkfti 4nrc at ttMo'H'l -
he hd moved Berth Matonxos mist fWHtIc at iTt W favorite FLAGLER
with Bob RIll HfMinc. M along Nt some peed astsltes el spat north of Piaster 8MMWfte' leieCasrival. Jti 9Kbofkw ."
the heoeh. Bob Easily bass being taIMR. Gies are Floyd and Betty Cot.... REGISTERS
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gave up and John took ever dU biting hut nohlnc at the Herman Padrock and Mae 2356 VOTERSWhen Serving at 5:60 p.
by this time there was a Inlet has been off from what WMthrook. They brought In BUY LIGHT BULBS
large audience. But John had it ha been. over 9 bass from their favorite registration booM
fishing hole. After the closed FUglcr County had FROM A UON
taken all the light out of the Sings FUhennon'a Resort
monster and bringing him -
PlaMnff out of Kings this.
In. all whipped, near Street-
past week were George Allen



I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CANDI.
ELECT JACK
DACY FOR RE-ELECTION TO EAST

FLAGLER MOSQUITO; CONTROL DIS

TRICT.


Your vote will be appreciated


LYMAN L GAGE



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BRYANState


Dear Friends: .



I am announcing my candidacy -


for commissioner of the East


Flagler Mosquito Control Board.


I have a great interest in the work RepresentativeDISTRICT


of the Mosquito Board, having


been employed by them for eight 33


years.



I would appreciate your sup- DEMOCRAT


port in the election, Nov. 5th, and

FLAGLERPUTNAMLAKE
in turn will pledge my support and


energy for our common and con-

stant battle with the mosquito. ST. JOHNS COUNTIES



Sincerely yours,


Leonard (Len) Johnson
The Best Man for





Bill Chappell Flagler CountyQUALIFIED


Believes '
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**... He has conducteda EXPERIENCED PERSONAL
Graduate Dniv. Flo. and Adm. Assistant to Cong. Florida "cracker born
fair, hard hitting
Billy Matthews ISU-SS and raised
campaign ... Now the Harvard: Law
Exec. Director Flo. Petroleum Active trial lawyer with
decision is up to you." Flo Bloc Erg Council 1959-1964 own finsLiodtrsblp

Family Man 3 Children
Fraternity -
HELP Past President Putnam County
Decorated Combat Veteran Bar Asaociatoa Deacon First Baptist Church
BILL CHAPPELL Church of Palatka
World War tt Public Defender Sine 1965
BECOME THE BEST Chamber of Commerce
Past officer and director of
Director and officer of end Rotary Director
CONGRESSMANYOU'VE Jcrrcee-. Bed Crou United
Governor's State Safety: and Worked way through
EVER HAD. Fund. Boy Scouts Tourism Committees IMI-" College and Law School



BILL CHAPPRL IS THE BEST MAN
TO SUCCEED SYD HERLONG WHOIS


RETIRING VOTE EXPERIENCE FROM CONGRESS- ELECT A Friend and Neighbor



BILL CHAPPELLYOUR I


CONGRESSMAN for Flagler County ;

WS YOUR KIND OF MAN"

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And the only way to get it .


is to vote Florida Democrats. :


The Florida Republicans had their chance and muffed Florida Democrats fought for,and passed-against .
it. Before his election, the Republican Governor Republican opposition-various laws to care for
proclaimed he would do battle with crime and make the families of police officers killed in the line of duty.Florida .
it safe to walk on the streets. ,
Democrats fought for,and passed-against \
_ Two years later, neither he nor his fellow Republicans
Republican opposition committee to study and
can take rightful credit for one single solid
strengthen our state criminal laws.
accomplishment in the fight against crime.
'. The Republican Governor's "personal private Florida Democrats passed a bill-against stubborn '
4' army" against crime-a company that employs pri Republican opposition-to establish a statewide Y
vate detectives-was abandoned after costing a Bureau of Law Enforcement with strong cen- \ i
reported three-quarters of a million dollars. tralized powers. h
Yet Republican candidates for office in the state J
of Florida are still advertising that it is time for law Florida Democrats secured passage of a law:
and order as though they had invented the idea. crcat1ng.the Florida Intelligence Bureau. FloridaAndwhiletheRepublicanGovernorisflyingaround I
Democrats passed acts to breakup riotous assembly :
the country'the people are afraid to walk the streets.Here's -to punish persons guilty! of notDg-to} prohibit
outside agitators from inciting not on any publiccampus I
what
the Florida Democrats hale done
-to provide additional jails -to set up new ;
about the problem. In the past two years,just about police standards. Florida Democrats beat down.attempts -
every: crime-lighting! measure on the Florida books to abolish capital punishment
was initiated, fought for and passed by the.Democratic
leadership in the legislature-often against Yes,it is time for law and order in Florida.And the :

i, Republican opposition. only way to get it is to vote for Florida Democrats. ;

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J' Yes,it is time to elect people who care about people. Vote for the Florida,Democrats.
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