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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: November 7, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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. 56 NO. Kr THtJBl AY. HOYXMMH 7, 1966 S3JO A TEA

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11 AND WALLACE.CHAPPELL GURNEY Unofficial Results t t CONCLUDEDNODECISION ELECTION TRIAL


TAKE FLAGLER YET

Ctwvtt Judge Sam ,...
Governor George C. Wal1aee General ElectionOFFICE j Lake Cky. heard ttte afl im .
took ld to
a commanding .... ef attorneys in the eM.eSt
1 Flag{ler in his wee lot Pres- She4Ien Barber We thePiwier
kIfoRt althovth he ended a ,
.J Gaiety CaR Mti'c
lew tMfd In the nationwide
a J8a.rt1.
J rare." AS 1 At Hie eoneitttfefl of the *rTtMMdy .
Qengf $man Ed Gurney wit'"' weer, .heard
carried seven out of eight precincts AND CANDIDATE rt i :; .B J MM FrMay and >>eR.
: 5I
to win easily In Flag- ; 3 day. Judge StMtfa aaweanetdat
ler and carried the state by .. court
II ; i was recessed and
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100. ))00 votes to become the 1"r ., I H Hit he would render' a desiskin .
first Republican U. S. Senate X a < 0
.. A in few
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from Florida since 1879. iL .i L N M .4A 5 v !+ Attorney a Duffett days.attempted

State Rep. William Chap. Republican Party 1 I I I t -r, I I I I tit prove that there were' strfm -
pelt took Flagler by a vote of RICHARD M. NIXON 85 +ent regularities hi the I
I ; 100, 111; 11 11! 27)) 3881.
1022 to 371 and went on to Fer President t I t I 'I I I 1 I "I I I procedure used In canvassing' ,
win a Democratic seat ta HUBERT H. HUMPHREY i. 1M; 120:' 24r" .;tI, 12, 20. m\\ te absentee ballots that
Congress by a 10,000'ate ma. Democratic Party I f s 1, r I 3-Itl I 75"i I would require all absentee
jority. f Fer President I 'l I 851 I i ballets be thrown' out
James H. Williams. Ocala Goorgo Wallac Party I l I E I I I I I i This would have the effectof
rancher, carried all four GE PGEdC.WALLACE j 2.at1 : 41 t"31: 36: 95; 67, 8171 reversing the decision of
counties In his district to wina Fer I 179f J t I I I I the Canvassing Board andelecting
2.1 victory over Harvey United States Senator I I 1 1.- I 1 I I t I I Shelton Barber as
Klein. Republican attorney. EDWARD J. GURNEY (Rep) ; 2121 236 441: 311 30; 811) 68, 56 6ft, 8186i9.. Clerk of Court
Williams received his highest LeROY COWNS (Dem) I 1513n: I r '87j U: 41 52; 44* :58, Joseph D. Krol. who was employed .
percentage of win In Flagler.A. Representative la Congress I I x'a I I 1 I I I I II I I I11. by the Board of County
H. (GUI) Craig SL Aug.ustlne. \\ F Bill) HER{ LONG, I I : I 1 I I I Commissioners to assist Coun.
and William Reedy JR. (Rep) I 651 l 14-91( '1 1l 32:, 21)) 37 37! 371)) ty Attorney Leland B. ShawIn
Lake County were returnedto BILL CHAPPELL (Dem) 263290V',1.54 1 + 89 85, CO 72, loss; defending the Canvassing
the State Legislature in the Jtutic of Supremo Court f I'' ; \ JI I I I I Board, attempted to prove
four county district Craig Croup 1 ''I I I I I I that the Irregularities were'
I polled the highest vote of any C. RICHARD LEAVENGOOD 1 I I I I I I I I minute In detail and of no
I candidate on the Flagler bal. Rep) I 39'' 1311 1 9; 3 18;, 28, 26, 29$ particular significance sinceno
lot.Dr. JOE BOYD (Dem) i I : is: Z5O581\ 40 78;, 59 82;, 91 ; fraud was I Intended.
.
tI
Jim Glisson. Eustls Re. Justice Supreme Court 1 I I, I I I 1 I t tI I I Attempts to obtain a directed
publican was able winner Croup X I'I I I .I I'I I I I i verdict to favor of the defendants

over Jack Bryan Palatka. DAVID L. McCAIN (Rep) I, 211 138i; 3, 13: 2667j" 29. 23590S were' denied. .
Glisson{ did not carry Flagler JAMES C. ADKINS, JR. Dem) 2-13; 2'l7i; ; 38 79, 79: : After study of the testimony
County but he polled a considerably Justice of Supreme Court I I I U191 J I 1 I I I II evidence and points of
larger vote than Croup 3 I'I I I I I I I I law Involved Judge Smith

other Republican candidates ", WADE 1I000pYiG.1P! ) 1./ .= 142; .3' 19, U.2Ii.2ti.: :mI 'will render_- a decision.
I Senator Williams stated In VASSAR *. CARLTON: (Demi 2251! 226: i a"r'38: '121-87) .it :79889, J< > j
I an Interview Tuesday night Florida Public Serv. Com. I I I I I I I i I 1 1 I BOARD PUSHES
"I want the people of Flagler RAY C OSBORNE (Rep) 4.11' 14a 151 191 3 171 ill 281 311 3083!
County to know that I am goIng JESS YARBOROUGH Dent) 219 2Z5I 461 mt 391' 1St! m: G3: 1Sf 8 9, STREET PAVINGIN
to be Flagler County's State Attorney I I I I I I I I I 1 I
I
COUNTYThe
Senator". ANTHONY: J. Tony) I 50! 1531 101 6; 291 1532t/ 32j 36'
Flagler had a 77 percent GREZIK Rep) I I I I j I I I I I !t Board of County Commissioners
voter turnout with a total STEPHEN LEWIS BOYLES I I I I'I I I'I I I I i il { adopted a resolution .
vote of 1803 Including ab. Dem) 25 1'z' : : ::5GI .cot 921 7-1: 601( '781 973j; Monday which would request
sentees. Several absentee ballots State Senator I I I I I I t the State Road Department .
; were not counted because Ttlrteenth Senatorial Dial. I I I I I I I t I I I to proceed with paving
of Irregularities.Steve HARVEY R. KLEIN(Rep) I 291 1381{ 111 15 21 14I 13; 28j 27'71 of streets In Bunnell and Flag
I Boyles carried Flag J. H. (Jim) WILLIAMS (DemI 2101 2391{ 53i; 121 401! 831 611 611 7T.. 932j ler Beach and for a 2 mile
r ler and Putnam and lost St State Houso of Represeatatlves32nd ) I I' I I I road In Haw Creek
J Johns and Volusia, In his race House District I I I I I I I The Board made an appointment .
for State Attorney and was GLENN Y. MIDDLETON 1 I I I I t I I I II In Deland with SRD officials.
k still In the lead as absenteeswere (Rep) I 431 1381 11 201 4 23151\ 271 2GI 3Yl; to take the resolution
being counted. W. H. (Bill REEDY (Dem) I mt over to present It and to
,I 2231 SOl( Qj) 36691/ 641! 611 781 8511 urge SRD to use

State House ef Representatives| I I 'I: I 1 I I funds to do the paving existing Im
MRS. EISENBACH 33rd Houso District I 1 I I I I media tely.
K JAMES A. GLISSON (Rep) I 881 1821 21 29\\ 71 3231\ 381 321 4001 Ron Nicol of Ocean Palm
ACTING FINANCE OFFICER JACK BRYAN (Dem) I 1'l'91( 19Sj 441 59331\ 621 53i; 521 111 738 Country Club appeared before .

The School Board appointedMrs. State H..... of Representatives! t the Board to Inquire Into
I Leona Elscnbach acting 34th Houso District I I I I I I I I I I I the status of having a street
+I' School Finance Officer effective ROBERT (Bob) COOKSEY I I I I paved In his subdivision at
November lit but declined (Rep) I 391{ 1271 6I3t/ ; 51 201..121 211 2-1'' 2611 the country club. He has place
to establish a salary for A. IL (Gus) CRAIG (Dem) I 2831 2T11 511) 123S\ { 95811/ 70851 1 10611 ed funds In escrow to pay forcement

the temporary position.Mrs. No. 1 I I I to be used In paving.
I I I I
I I I I t
1 Vernon T. Brinson. BASIC DOCUMENT 'I Nicol was advised that a
school finance officer for the FOR THE REVISION 591 1 1221 13t. 191! 7; 22161\ 461 411 3IG: recent storm had 'damaged
I past three years resigned to AGAINST THE : I 107)) 98j 3.51 25// 4271 roads and bridges' which" had
accept a school finance position MOo REVISION I I I I I 1 1 251'' i I to be repaired first He was
\ In aJcksonvtlle. SUFFRAGE and ELECTIONS I I I advised that the project would
I Mrs. Myrna Knight was appointed FOR THE REVISION I 5-11 1 1141: 141 211 51 181 UI 4.1 521 33G// be started within two weeks.
I secretary to the superintendent AGAINST THE REVISION 1111 311 251 221 2938SI\ Walton Pellicer and A. B.
No. 3 I I L i i I I I Johnston requested the Boardto
I Superintendent James Craig LOCAL GOVERNMENT I f I I clean out a canal In the
reported that he had reassigned FOR THE REVISION: I 611 114: 1'71 30( 4 191{ 161 39; 501 I; 3111 Blmlnl area.
I students on three school AGAINST THE REVISION: I 1071 931 311 271 28! 391 321 2SI 281 4101 The Board accepted the low
I bid of Bunnell Motor Co. to
busses serving northwest
I furnish a new pickup truck
.
Flagler. The changes were approved THREE ELECTEDTO 1
The parade will assemble for $2090 and the low bid of '
the Board declined DAY
but VETERANS MOSQUITO BOARD
I to delegate the superintendent on Palm Avenue at 3:00 p. m. Hall-Tumlln Chevrolet to
Freeholders east of Old furnish a near dump truck for
the authority to make OBSERVANCEPLANNED and will pl'Ot"H'd'on US Hwy.
changes In routes and driversas 1 to East Moody &1 vd. to the Kings Road In Flagler County $4072. :
courthouse Raymond SmithIs elected three members to the Three bids for a front-end
his administrative function.
parade marshall. East Flagler Mosquito Control loader were received. Since
Vttt'tanaDay Services In District when they voted only one bid met the specifications .
nailer County will be Monday All organizations and clubs polls In Tuesday's It was decided to call
TIDE TABLETides Nov. 11 at the BunrwllrourthDust" are asked to enter a float In electiothe. for new bids.
for Nor. 7-11 square immediately the parade. Prizes will be Lyman Gage was the top The petition of Mrs. MarJorie .
following the Armed Forces awarded In two categories- vote getter: In the three pr- Atkinson to request a .
HIGH LOW Day Parade scheduled to start adults and children For additional ducts with 280 votes reelectIng hearing on her proposal to
at 3:15 p. m. The observancewill Information contact him as commissioner: close a portion of the old
DayA-M. PAL A3I. P3L be sponsored Jointly by Raymond Smith. Clinton Gldden was reelected brick road thru her propertyeast
7 9:30 9:42 2:48 3:30 the three vrtreana service or. There will be a guest speaker with. 268 votes and Leonard of Bunnell was granted.
8 10.06 10:24 3:24 4:12 pnIz.aUons-Am.t11ean! LegIon at the ceremony. John A. Johnson received 207 votes. She Is required to advertise
9 10:48 11:00 4.00 4:48 Post 115. Veterans of Foreign Clegg Is program chairman.The Other candidates seeking a the hearing to be held at the
10 11:30 11:43 4:42 5:36 Wars Font 5213 and Disabled Bunnell High School post tn the race were Roy Liking next regular meeting .
11 12:12 11:59 5:30 6:24 American Veterans Band will present a musical who received 190 votes; Mrs. Atkinson Is reported to I
12 12:36 1:06 6:24 7:24 Chapter 861 program. Charles Merkfns. 183 votes; have plans for a subdivision r t.
13 1:30 1:54 7:30>> 8:18 and Joe Bruce 148 votes. In that area.r .






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EDITORIALDOWN MATS Ib.

WITH MOSQUITOS 1

Late -unatr aflerne tM. writer we vMtinc .In Haw 68'.C
Oee where a* was barattwil wfch awarns a* IMII........ moa- U. S. D. A. Choice
..M
sTat tad IM that we hH rURllfu tnt a number of I
times at Flatter i* ci hew nfee kwaanetteseeerfeetor lb. .
hear a mosquito all vmmet ton*

Hew well v* can remember that years ale a vaeatfen at
te Beach wa a continuous battle wtth moaqtiHes. You wentftsfcmg U. S. D. A. Choice ',
and spent. far mere time flghtmc mesquites than you
ROUND BONESHOULDER
dM ftah
63C
At night you could not walk te bead without swaltiwgmosquitos.
Even on the end of tfee pter, a west wind would
brine an Inhabitation of mosquhos.

You were net allowed to open the door at night except' In Choice JuicyALL
emergencies. If you had company In the evening' you had them

I hake off the mosqukos before you opened a small crack In the MEAT STEW Ib.Lyke's 68
I door to let than inside.
.
That was before the East flatter Mosquito Control Districtwas
organized and the real battle with mosquhos began. The
in 19S2 with Ernest Buteux, Lyman Gage
District was organized "Sugar Creek"FRANKS Lyke's "Sugar Creek" SLAB
and George Moody. Sr as the first commissioner

Frank Brede succeeded" John Kunkle In 1956 and upon the SMOKED BACON

death of George Moody. Sr. Clinton Giddtna was appointed in :. $< 19 lb.
1968.The 312 :*. JL 48c
battle against mosquitos has been largely thru fogging (43c Each) t SLICED FREE
and ditching. The fogging Is the part with which most of us are
familiar. We see the fogging machine which emits a terrific Fresh Florida Grade "A" DieD LIMIT 2 PLEASE
smoke that Is Impregnated with a poison that Is highly detrimental -


,to the mosquitos.But real work. is the task of preventing the breeding of Whole I b. 25

mosquito This Is a long term process which requires miles
and miles of canals and ditches to open the marshes, ponds
and swamps so that stagnant water cannot stand long enough
tp breed mosquitos.It .

requires many miles of walking and wading thru marsh-
land to determine where canals should be located planningover Small Meaty SPARE RIBS 11111 < 1
a period of time to determine the order In which areas will 2-3 lb. Avg. 58
be drained so as to do the most good for the most people, and.
then, good management of the district so as to get the best results -
for the least tax dollars to be spent O'Sage No. 2 / Can

Conservation is a third part of the mosquito control pro ForBlue BETTER MAID (Plain or S. R.)
gram. Ponds and lakes are stocked with bass for a two-fold pur- PEACHES 3 89C
pose. The bass eat the mosquito larvae and. as the bass grow FLOUR
In size, they Increase recreational fishing. Plate Quart Jar

Land fill Is the fourth project All garbage from Flagler MAYONNAISE Ea. 49e 5 '
Beach Is dumped Into a pit dug by East Flagler Mosquito Con- Bag 29e

trol District which keepa covered on a planned schedule. This Aunt Jemima 24 oz. Bottle
prevents breeding' of mosquitos, flies and rats. Limit 1 with 5.00 or more food order

All areas of East Flagler have not jet been rid of mosquitosto SYRUP Each 49c
as great an extent as up-town Flagler Beach. But. It Is a
continuous program which will eventually rid the entire East Regular Size
PilUbury' (Sweet Buttermilk)
or
Flagler District of the biting pests. Each
Our congratulations to the East Flagler Mosquito Control FAB 19c

District for a Job well done. BISCUITS
Northern PAPERTOWELS Jumbo Size
John A. Clegg

4For boo
8 oz.
4 Cans 35"
Too Late I The kidnapping of Czech
leaders and carrying them to MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
Moscow only served to increase *
To Classify Czech feeling and the
Soviets could not find puppets FROZEN FOODS
BY BossaU Kerr with which to replace -
them so they were forced to
Speaking at the annual return them.Volkov 1 It!; 43e Morton's 20 oz. Size
convention of the Florida Retail stated that the MACARONI E'
Federation In Tampa recently flame Is burning In all the CHEESE 39 e
Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order AND
Leon Volkov, associate occupied countries and even
editor of Newsweek Magazine In Russia Itself where a new Frosty Acres MIXED 10 oz. Pkg.
and authority on Russian affairs generation of Intellectualsand
termed the Soviets' FRESH PRODUCE For
scientists are discussing VEGETABLES Z 39*
.move against Czechoslovakia and becoming concerned with
a grave mistake.lie their own internal condition Golden RipeBANANAS
pointed out that Soviet Today Russian security .Is
leaders see the desire for threatened not only In Europe, Z .Ib.. 25c
freedom and independence a but along the more than 4.000 BAKE RITE
serious threat to their control miles of Red China border Ga. Red SWEETPOTATOES
while they may apply where the Chinese are fanatics -
military power to crush It of the Communist world 3 Ib. 39e
they cannot kill the Idea and and themselves seek domina- 3 070
desire in the heart of the Tin
tion.The Yellow CookingONIONS
Czech people. They ordered men In the Kremlin
troops Into that country because and the puppet leaders they 3''".. 29C Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
they were running control In dominated countries -
scared.' see the Czech problem aserious
Red' soldiers sent to Czechoslovakia danger and have
were told they were learned that a return to Stalinism
being sent their to liberatethe Is not the answer. They
Czech people. On arrival realize that if one country
they found they were bitterly get away from them the
resented and the people took whole deck of cards can fall
pains to make their feelings and they' are scared stiff and
known. divided In mind as to how to Ii
\ lie said it took him back cope with the situation. nil I II
to the closing day of World Volkov believes that Russia
War H when as a Russian Air will find it will have to make I
Force pilot he got a look be more and more concession
yond the Iron Curtain for the and do much more to appeasethe
first time. Finding conditions freedom lovers. She may OPEN SUNDAYS ( Phone 437-3227
entirely different from the find herself so busy at home U.5. No. 1 BUNNELL
3tOOnv ItOO
picture painted by Soviet sheon't be able to advanceher p.m.
leaders he became dlslllui- efforts to dominate the Quantity Right Referred Prices Good Nor. 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, 1968
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body a Life member of the Disabled 1 lei WH at Arse HUt Orlwet.q, ;
'f elation meet at 8 p. m. ta the NOTESADMITTED ad o.titl. wMMMHlr .. two Amerlsen Veterans: mom. Oa.Craiff '
;,1 I
BH6 BAd Boatel el the nasoas wily trndIio.h
Funeral HelM. hR.
bee of the American Legion
: Josephine PesBumw41 Ion adadusers he.. Mea
<-o-) Post Ne. 9 and Loyal Order of Mil, wan 1ft charge .1 arrangemeeti. I
Saturday: Fttgto Woman's ter. u.Mt.lI: BelaAd Branch .. ... to akvcfcf) seta tries )
Mee5e.
Hub Holiday Bazaar WOO.. ; Love Htetne, Bun- in undtoqarmeals.Colorful .

m. 7:00 p. m. at the etub- neil; Lora Ann Dtaffess. .Bun- PROUD FISHERMAN ;

house 1494 S .Central Ave., nell; BeN Brown Bwmeil: '

Flagler Beach. dJirOtlllC IMI("OYvftiC JT| aTUflA Vl: I<< .

C.0. Frances Anderson Bumteil' ; "
Sunday: Kerona Community Susan Jane Brown Bunnell;

Club meet' at 2:00 p. m. Emma Lee Smith Bimnell; .Ms R

at St Mary Chureh Hall. Ko- John Campbell Bunnell; Lora

nma. Filii n if'r. Bunnell; Andrew C.

(o-) Ruessell. Bunnell; Rebeeea

Monday: Veterans Day Pa Fleeger Bunnell; Alyce Mills

rade 3:15 p. m. Bunnell; Orville Decker Flag-

(.o*) let Beach; Joann ParrUh

Flagler Beach Lions Club Flagler Beach; Floyd Gossell i d R _

First Anniversary Charter Flagler Beach Judy Owen, .I

Banquet at Martneland at Flagler Beach; Cora Hippie.
6:30 p. m. Flagler Beach; Aaron RIdg- coordinates that feel tl ,
like a second skin, without
J C-o-> way. St Augustine; Elizabeth
Tuesday: Bunnell Lions Harris Holly Hill! ; Josephine clinging Lke Loyabl prttty
\ Club luncheon-meeting at Salyerds. Holly Hill. new bra.ditmke.girdle bikini

12:15: p. m. at the Bunnell DISMISSED: Lora Ann Din. and tti-slip with oppUqued T R
Civic Center. cess and baby boy Dtngess; lace ate ideal under today'ssleeker
silhouette becacs
Willis McDowell; Martha they
(-o-)
follow a smooth body lia*. Do 1
Idlewood Club will meet at Thompson, Julia Rig by. Sherry :,
Emery and baby twins Eugene lightlully* for.they t
8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. can travel ideally Tight into
.
Rem Murray, Howe St. Bun Nipper John Hall. Robert 'f'a-old Lumpkln
vndrashlon wardrobes for Five ) Willie Ray of Bunnell proudly shows

nell. Mrs. Dale Brown will pre Johnson Mlnona Harris- back.to-chool or cd!.ge.Lorablo his catch of fish taken from a pond near the Flagler Beach
Ann Hunter.
side. son
calb theft sew softS city limits on US Hwy. 100.
tricot coordiDatlS.7reuy: lt.becaJl. ."

that's what they arc-

pretty and eoftl ATTENTIONWEEKEND
The butttr-soft Aatrca lycrv

girdles for example,cisooth on WOODCUTTERS!

:>lz 2t rK! after you seeR' the body with the greatest of
ease. They rather caciing

your doctor. looking howarer.becaue*when MCCULLOCHINTRODUCES
I tbsy'r on display la the sots

; they look somewhat small yet
t bring yourprescription en the body hare tremendouspower

1 to to control the fkrar ia a
lightweight manner that's so

necessary with new softer fash jiiY1i'
s t :oas. 6
i
1 .
+re & Without a doubt gab.now Ube
I ( time to treat yourself with

kid gloves and indulge satin

II / tricot undtrfashioas that will r 1
CHAINWORLD'S
I profe..IonOI':: Bake you fl deBdously fernInlno The

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TONIGHT ( ) or riLIVO. P.TTITIOVKOK
Thursday KIVAb III.CIIK<.K
or AiNIttTNATRI%
FLACLER BEACH RECREATION HALL TO ALL WIIUM, IT MAT COXh -
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-SPONSORED BY- NetlNt !. .r.br given that there
ftlrd by final return. ..
Adna \l.tratrl. or the nUU ofHAI3Y
Disabled American VeteransJim U WAL.KBIC <)M....4:
that I for fll.4 nr petition rr
Boo Chapter No. 86 Anal 4lftrg9.. and that I will
pptr to the Honorable T K.
MO MINORS ALLOWED MtKXIUHT, County Judge ofnailer
County. Florida, on
(lctbb.r 14. !*(< for approval of
tile .._ and for final dlceharr
.. Administratrix of the ..Ut. e
SPECIAL BINGO THIS SAT MITE .
of 04I HAI8T L. WALK Ell. dH'*a.

SPECIAL BINGO CAME INCLUDES SPECIAL JACK POT >.ted: October 14. ItU.
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I SATURDAY. NOV. 9 P. M. Proceeds for Chapter Flag / UucllU WalkrrAdmlnlatratrlt of the .... LIGHTEST CHAIN SAW
tale of DAIKr U WALK.i
ICL dereceed.
Oct. 17 !/. II and Nov. T. tte CUTS A 6m, TREE IN SECONDS!

MIKTIIM .IHNI\1/ II"I\.U:
I BARNES SEA FOODOpen iITHI1T
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TM .: .>K LAM OEIl. miTitvrmONLY.
"':':Tnu
Thursday Thru Sunday 5 till 10 p.1ft. NotI.of. the hereby U..ra elves, of that band atn.etlnt Urt
I Uuatrd In In* North OrnMHidHralnac
|H.trlct In Volu./a ....4n..I.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK ., ('oun.". I. hereby pall
*d to b* held at lh. ortlc of the !
IMctrlct ate $.abrra. /bul.- 169'5
yard Paytona IVarh. Mortdaam A
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Southern Fried Chicken luU on ..dar. November St,
I !>(. at JT o'clock l>. M. for thepurpo. .
.* of el.rtlna Iupervl.or.and .ith factory Installed
for any other b ialnaa that 12 Inch bar and chain

All You Can Eat $1.50 may At com turh before elertlon.the meeUn earls andvery

. arr of land In th* IHIrlet .. R f**"<*'t power
ahall represent .n. char
and cork owner hall b* entitled)
, Served with Homemade Biscuits and Honey
to on* vote In person or bypro h

,1 Roasted Oysters earh.y arr In. of Ianddowyendgby him for +

, In curb IMatrtrt (hiard/ana may
'ptt.1 their Ward. Kierutor -
!I All You Can Eat $3.25 and t4.ii.tratora may
rpr..eM the total of d>eeo d fill iMOMltlAttOM
6 and Private iVrpvraIton fOAV
6f pence. >
f my b* represented by
' their orftrer or dwly authorized
I' FRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FM Acrnla.
It I. ordered that thl Notlr BUDDY KNOX BUNNELL
b* p bMned one. a week for
two nM U weik* In thofio.f'toii
CHOICE T-BONE STEAKSSouth Heorh Oboorvvr.. a .*... AMERICAN SERVICE
paper pubO.b.d In Vol...la Cbun-
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tr. Florida, and Tho FU1.'
Tribune a nw.papr p *H.'-l
of St. Augustine 4 miles on US Hwy. 1 In flatter County. Morlda.lat STATIONU.

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At Moultrie Sign right of | p Hatlo :110.wr "'
on T. 1fal.foAHt,
, or nUI'EIt ltIOlUtN..wr S. Hwy. 1 Bunnell! Phone 437-3652
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HACK VMfTOMYtsttBC! BIRTH 4a$ 1.71141 welt;'
4-THE FLAGLtR TBIBOlfC THURS. NOVEMBER 7, 1IF3
-- at FlagJer Daaait )Ir. awd MIl. ... ..pewt.
FCOTT I [ \t.r \41D; with Mr. and Mrs A. M. ANNOUNCEMENTSgMtndparent MWw8r PaIl. .rawer. aft "

Thad.,. and MdMM o.i ws $ OWN ttte ,*,.teis eI,= pewtd.
Geneva N. throe .wave WIt

Mia brtrn mdtnruse 111x ... ...b WUNNwt K. Finlay. N. 1 $ WI Po Mac -
mj.ExpHM. ..... aM.r.ee dw NMh III ....Jt,1IeeItII1 at ..,..
to a..hv. Mt a sss flora !lit.sdsy. .... 3 as .... ,
week ftr a visit are newlyweds at M:1S p. UL at RtsrtAS/ :... .se WM named Tntdfe Lynn
Mr. and Mrs. MetttaawE ........Lltta t.

Riefway of New. York wMl.A.i. stilt pwwds. ... is the sjrefMwaiMHvtc t > ef
The NMfways are in'imaicrs .gitt aM owe .hat Oversee at IN. Hob Reertsvts of ..........
r to Flagler Beech hevNg bhtl. aM has bozo JIMIMI4WIIIIHI THe' paternal grandpamua

moved there from 9jrwse. Cuffs Heoww.MrM and Mr. and *W%. JLs J. DvpeM
N, YWEEKEND of 9C Augustine.KIMBERLET .
sad Mfa. Coeds flees.Birwtseii .
are the paternal
VISITORS: DAWN CABLE
.
*. Paternal grandparents
Perry Tim} Andy and Jeer
are Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carle
ry Blanton of Bra lor4. Fia. George M. Brawn of Oeala.
of Mi thepal't"ft4S
weekend Minneapolis n. are
at
plan to spend the I
Hagler Beach with their father. of a daughter Kim.
berley Dawn born Sept. 18.
Dr. Russell Bianlen and SAMUEL MACE FLEECERMr.
r Mrs., Blanton.CHRISTENED. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carle
and Mrs. Sam Fleeger.Bunnetl Bunnell are the grandparents. .

IN CONN. are parents of a son \..
t born Monday, Nov. 4 at 4:04p. :
Lenssen.
William Andrew
m. at the Bunnell General DECEMBER ISIS
son of Mr. and Mrs. William HespKaL ,
Lenssen. Flagler Beach was DEADLINE FOR
christened at the Holy Ghost He weighed 7 pounds, 3
Russian Orthodox Church at ounces: at birth and was named SCHOOL ANNUALS

i Bridgeport Conn. Samuel Mace Fleeger. The staff of the 1969 Pints

Mr and Mrs. Tom Lenssen Is now taking orders for II
f of BunneU attended the KEVIN SCOTT SHEFFIELDMr. copies of the annual A two
christening. dollar deposit must be made
and Mrs. Wilbur Sheffield
before Dec. 16 and no copies .
of Jacksonville
HOME FROM VACATION announcethe will be sold after this r
birth of born Oct.
a son
Bill and Mary Lenssen and date. A limited numberof
21. He weighed T fourounC'H
children. Emily and William and has been pounds named annuals have been ordered, ,
g returned home Thursdayafter so deposits should be made
Kevin Scott Sheffield.
41 spending a month at soon. A few changes have
r Bridgeport, Conn visiting Mr. and Mrs. Scott Sh meld. been made in the "Pinea. No
fir r. Mary's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thailand are the paternal elementary pictures will be ,
M Andrew Patalak. grandparents and the mater printed and plans are made .
I a Mary stayed In Bridgeport nal grandparents are Mr. and to have an opening section to
a .a while Bill attended a convention Mrs. Ray Carle BunnelL emphasize the theme.

In St Louis, Mo. andjetted Mr. and Mrs. Graver Smith Although the Senior Class
to Nevada to Join his and family spent the weekendin has already had Its advertising
brother John Lenssen. on a Eustis visiting with )lr. drive, they are still sellIng .
deer huntWEEKEND and Mrs. Marvin Chandley ads.


AT WEST COAST INTRODUCINGMRS.
TIIE ENGAGEMENT of Miss' the
presently employed by
Lucy Dearing and Mary
Sandra Kay Scott and James
Florida Bank at Deland. .
W. McDonald Flagler Beach ,
Gateman. both of Deland.
has been announced.Miss Her fiance is the son of Mr. spent the weekend at Sun .. .. ." ,,
;if '
and Mrs. L. W. Cattman.Eo 906 \
Scott is the daughterof City visiting Dr and Mrs.
Mr. and Mr*. Henry N. Plymouth Ave.. Deland. He James Humphrey and at I
was graduated from Deland Punta Cords with Mr. and I
Scott. :209 S. Stone Street Bun.
nelL She was graduated from< High School and Is serving Mrs. Clark Thom.
with the National Guard at

Bunnell High School where
she was a member of the Deland. He is emplowed In Mrs. James F. Minchew has

band Tri-111-Y, F. H. A.. F. T. the Processing Dept at Sherwood returned home from Chattanooga
A. and Ubrary Club. Miss Medical Industries, De- Tenn. where she visited .
Scott Is a 1967 graduate of land. her soq In law and daughter
Cape Kennedy College of Bus' No date has been' set for Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Har ,
Incas and Technology and is the wedding. rison.


TO SPEND WINTER Mrs. Beverly Hawkins and
Mrs. Sarah Sheehan' of Richard and Louise Cantrellof son Timmy accompanied by
Framingharn. Ma.... Is spend Longwood. Florida visitedIn Mrs. V. W. Halnes and Janet
Ing the winter at Flagler Bunnell Tuesday with Halnes visited in Ft. Pierce T
Beach with her brother In friends and relatives. Saturday with the O. t. Minions

law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. and their youngest
A. S. Dockendorff. Weekend' houseguests of grandson, Wm. Howard Mln-
Ullard and Bea White washer ton. born to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin .
TAXPAYERS sister Mrs. Betty Tonkins Minton August 29th.
SPONSOR AUCTION and son Steve of St. Augus
Flagler Beach Taxpayers tine. Mrs. Grace Kinney and
Association is sponsoring an daughter, Anna Marie SpauldIng. -

auction Friday night at 7 p. Mr. and )In. Branch of and Mrs. Frances Edmon-
m. The auction will be conducted Knoxvile. Tenn. are visiting son spent Sunday at Salt
at the north end of In Bunnell with their son. Springs. CONNIE HOLLANDMrs.
the Flagler Beach Hotel. Roland Branch who Is a patient (e)
Articles will be sold by a at Bunnell General Hospital Capt. and Mrs. Eugene Connie Holland fourth grade teacher at Bunnell
licensed auctioneer from Holly I. and Mrs. Branch and Hunt of Riviera Beach visitedIn School No. 1.
Hill a spokesman said. daughter.TOOEARLY. Bunnell Tuesday with Mr. Mrs. Holland is a native of Hampton Va. and attended
and Mrs. Curtis Deen and schools there. She received her BS Degree In 1966 from Florida .

daughters State University.She .
(e 1 taught two years at Hillcrest Elementary School at

WEEKEND HOUSECUESTS Daytona Beach prior to her assignment at BunnelL.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Utech.
r Mrs Holland and her husband. Cary who Is also a
West Chicago. I1L; Mr. and
teacher at Ormond Beach Junior High School and their son
Mrs. Darrrll Hanson, Gaines
yule Florida. Mrs. Phyllis David reside In Bunnell. They are presently moving intoa

Rooney and Jill Rooney. )(rs. new home at 1006 East Moody Blvd.. BunnelL

Emory Caulson of Jacksonville .
were recent weekend
.
/ guests of Rev. and )Irs. Rey
nold Hoover at Flagler Beach.

CBamboo
Mrs. Kay R. Dye of Ft. Lau.
deidale spent last weekend' In
Bunnell visiting her mother
/ ? Mrs. Thompson who is a patient .
at Bunnell General HospltaL .
/ COCKTAIL LOUNGEACROSS
To select)our Christmas Cards I

Jack and Maria Knight
from our 1968 A I bums? formerly of Bunnell. have ( FROM FLAGLER BEACH PIER)
moved to Ormond Beach to
IS NOW OPEN UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP ,
Stop in and see our distinctive line of 3r reside. !

beautiful and economical greeting cards. t Visiting with John Camp. SPECIALIZING INPIZZA

Choose your favorite for personal or business bell who is a medical patient .
at Bunnell General Hospital .
greetings. / were )Ir. and Mrs.' James

For Holiday Gifts we Suggest- Webb. Pensacola and Mr. and .
Mrs. Leonard Brock and
l Informal Notes (Monogrammed or printed) daughters of Meigs Ga. FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS CALL 4399236

Calling Cards (Engraved)

Personalized Matched Stationery (gift boxed) AT WINS CARNIVALMrs. RADIO LIQUORS CARRY OUT AND PACKAGE

Betty Black, Bunnell.
THE FLAGLER 281RIBUNE was the lucky winner of a STOP IN SOON and meet Rocky and Evelyn

transistor radio given away
Phone I Itft't last Thursday night at theHalloween OPEN UNTIb.2:00 A. M.wwwwwwww.

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FOR NOV. 36; 1 {NV

The Flatter CMmtf Farm
City Week OMMmfctu met
WMneaday. October 30 to dt.-
I MM ptaM for a Forestry Tour .{
J I and Ccofcout commemorating
: *.tte al Farm-Cky Week' November
22.. Den Jordan a
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CovAty Agent WM re-eiected'
Chairman and Truman BoWn- r F

son. SCS. Secretary-Treasurer
for coordinating the week' of
atth1t 1ft,. s
,I The Forestry" Tour, schedul*
ed for Tuesday afternoon. November !IJ I .
.
II V 26, will feature reforestation
t areas' In the county Seated are Sr FTA members Jeanne HigginfeeHiam. We .

including site preparation, President; Beth Matherly, Treasurer Coleen Tucker, President;
dear cut areas and pine Flaglet Beach Elementary School second grade teacher Mrs. and Catherine Harris, Secretary
planting Harvesting opera- Bobby Hardin with her fourteen: students after they visited the Second yew Alke Smith, Suite Peterson: Parliamentarian;
It lions will be observed and a Flagler Tribune office and shop Thursday att noon. Pam MeDaniel, Sharon Paehe, Janet Ha....... Reporter.
control burn will be demon Third row: Ruby London, Terry Raw HIM. Historian; Carol
f, strated If weather permits. BUNNELL HALLOWEEN WINNERS Lynda Townsend Chairman of Projects, Jane Green and Kay
The group will tour County
I Forest Ranger Headquartersand Ferryman.
observe fire control and
equipment and detection
methods and then follow the ; "!
_
marketing process for a tour ;
of Wadsworth Lumber Co.
t '
where modern machinery
processes' timber Into lumber
and chips.

The days activities will con
elude with a cookout at Ray
order Headquarters about four td =
miles north on U. S. 1. In N
charge of arrangements will
be G. B Kelly County Forest .
Ranger, and other Farm-City Ii
committee members. Reservations ."
,
must be made to attend i ; "
t
the tour and cookout The ."
public Is Invited and may "

make reservations by calling .._ .
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County Agent's office at 437-
Martin fXefllk who was judged winner for the most original
3122. Seated are Jr. FTA members: Karen Clegg. Vice President;
Planning activities at listweek's costume, stands behind Marjorie Phlpplns winner of the prettiest Denise Tucker, President, Debbie Johnston. Secretary.

meeting were Jordan costume category and Polly Ann Smith, who was selectedas Second row Sharon Spivey, Historian; Debbie Meeklns,
Robinson. Kelly, Herbert Fuller winner for the funniest costume at the Carnival Thursday Chairman of Projects; Pattle Green Paula Klwala, Ted Anders

Bobby White, John Seay, night and Chip Brooks. .
Russell Parsons and Dave Third Wadsworth Parliamentarian Jan Perry
:
row Cherry ,
TO WHOM IT MAY
Ferryman. man; Mary Cook Ronnie Brock Reporter; Davey Solomon,
CLASSIFIED CONCERN: Treasurer.JR. .
I will not be responsible for -- ---

MRS. THOMPSON._. w ADVEITISIIiGII any debts other than those FTA INSTALLSOFFICERS Karen Clegg to Install officers

HOME AGENT contracted by me in writing. for the new >'ear. Installing
Vlney O. Boswell. officer was M... Frances
SERVING FLAGLER The Junior Future Teachers Brooks advisor. Refreshmentswere
Cotton Is essential In every Association of Bunnell High served after the Instal

Something new has been SEPTIC TANK cleaning: drain home. School met at the home of lation.
added to Flagler County A -
fields Installed Rota-Roter
:
County Extension Home Economics _
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snail sbelL Reasonable prices. "
Agent! Mrs. Elsie r.I" ;
Call George Jarosz. 437-3410 .. \;>(;>'
Thompson Putnam Co. Extension 8-1-U ,. .
Home Economics Agentis A .(, :
working In Flagler County. TROPIC---BREEZE- NURSERYLet I" .. e ,
three or four days a month. us help beautify Flagler :g. itl

Now you ask "What Is an County. Large variety of evergreens .
Extension Economics Agent" palms hedge plants. it l 1.V I
First she la a part of the Ag. 5V4 miles S of Bunnell on : V V V V VV
ricultural Extension Service U. S. I. Feb. 15-ttc .
whom here In I IA
you Flagler -----
County know as )Ir. Don Jor SINGER model 66 equippedwith
dan. Just as you go to Mr. zlg-zag and buttonholerIn JT3
Jordan for help with problems nice cabinet. 5 payments at
relating to agriculture, $8.98 or $42.76 cash. For more d
you will be! able to go to your Information write Service Sew. .

County Extension Home Economics ing Center Box 393, DeLand. 4. ",..;... ..
Agent for help with Florida 32720. Aug. 15 tfc.
problems In Home Economicsand
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related areas. Have buyer for 50 to 100 Introducing thel969Volkswogens.

For Instance: Do you know acres. Also ocean front. Call
how to spend your money 821.1991 St. Augustine. Unit.
wisely? Do you know how to ed Farm Agency 58, San
plan nutritious meals? Are Marco. Oct. 31-Nov. TON
.
you familiar with new fabrics .
Do you undertsand CAPITAL NEEDED

yourself, your family? Start business of with your world own. They're border to take than even
Serving consumers
Extension Home Economics
famous Rawlelgh Products.
information
provide
programs Can earn $GO weekly part
and learning opportunities to
time-4150 and up full time. OftC'VCM'eutdn'lglv. transmission for the fast-
assist solve Just such
problems.you Write Rawlelgh FLIC-360470 away a Volkswagen. '' bock and Squareback.
Memphils, Tenn. 38102. But hmei have changed. (The bug and GWo
She may give this Information dig *H 'L *AOM Now people actually' have our optional automatic -'
through 4-1 Clubs Homemaker .
Clubs, other organized FOR SALE-Chlld's crib, good steal them. stick shift. Which
groups workshops, discussion condition. $10. Call 4392287. To help stop this,, v.r. Introduced earlier this.
groups, mass media and Nov. 7. Itc. putting a new ignition/ year J
newsletters leader training ,steering wheel lock in every 1969 VW. Whichever VW suits 'you best, the
meetings, home visits office HOUSE FOR RENT-3 bedrooms When you shut off the Ignition and best way to see all its changes is with a. j
and telephone calls. tiled bath garage. remove the key it locks the front wheels test drive..

Where can she be ,reached Completely outside.redecorated Flagler Beach.Inside .in position Because.;os usuol,'most of our Improvements '

At your County Extension Agricultural and phone 439-2038.: No. 74431.3tc So if someone ever breaks in aid aren'J on the outside where r .
Agents office in the 'lumps !the wires, hell probably wind up you can look at them. .
courthouse. Contact Mr. Jordan DUE TO DIVORCEWe .just going In circles.He They'r.deep down inland. .
and he will make ar have a repossessed '68 may even end up going straight; Where.they mck..jievOflMrvnrbetter
rangements.Who model swing-needle dial-a- Of course, this Isn't our only Improvement .. ,
may receive help from matte like new. Makes hundreds "' for'69.There ore 28! others. And where they don't moke'elclJ/Ws
her Extension Hom."Econom- of fancy stitches. Makes Jncludina on optional+ frsihl-automatic' look obsolete.
ics is for everyone' -&dults. automatic buttonholes, sews jf&1. 01'"
and youth-men and women 'oo buttons blind hems monograms d .fV1 ;. Palatka I J' t
-rural and urban- young embroiders, darns : f : {T
families and mature families patches etc. Guaranteed. Assume J..t .'
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working mothers and full remaining 6 paymentsof Boyer Volkswagen "I
time homemakers+ww in. $6.00 Phone credit manager c.
come and average or high In. Daytona 255-6431. 111 S. Highway No. 19J
come. Oct. 24. 31, 2tc


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RECEIVES BRONZE STAR ::Ii.....loll... last wriyt ........ the ....... to .....
Ow S.rv+c.m..i ... .. .... .. ..ttaat
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inBXHCTEfi v........
Rbyd RfuJt8Oft. statl.w.d.
with the US Army In JC.Na, TO VWVtfAMBT
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was HMMrtJy pfon> NONE
S. tank Haas. Ul/ Amy.Mt .
SP4 .*...*, to Netts tort.twam
SN sirtson .has hiss .... BohR )feOawi.i. US
train'" with the Jet (sips after a'idlrg 3tdrws ""'-- wht .has toss Ma.
.w in Rittwanil wah
Pistol Team tinned at kefavtk. Iceland the
at Camp +uy
Mi k. fir In law sad
Korea the put these ......... pat year to artd to ar-
and WM ..Iu....... .. psr..Md. ..... "y add 1hyr11MB give .me nest week .. s..sd
pate in the 8rti Afmy ptotsi erthra.Haata. a leave with .his parents. Martin
wM has .. Matt
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matches test w. 4c. and BeHe MdMn.... Bwnneil.
JkCmwttfcs Vietnam ttte past
He Is t* e MIl of Mr. and .
Mrs. Owtfeil ....n....". Bue vottintorttyfor ezesded S.t MeDaniel has been assigned -
Ms third tear of duty asan
nell the West Naval
to Key
Army Diver at Vietnam.
Base for duty as an aireraft
mechanic sfeciaHst
RECEIVES BRONZE STAR BACK TO VIETNAM

Army Master Sergeant Edgar Set JlRttfty Minehew US INJURED IN VIETNAM'
P. Gordon son of Roy R. Army has returned' to Vietnam I
Gordon BunnHl. received' the for an extended six US Marine Pilot 1st Lt
Bronze Star Medal Sept 26 at months assignment. Set Mfci David Cook received superAeial .
Ft. Lee Va. chew, who has been stationedat cuts on his face when
Army Master: Sergeant Edgar P Cordon right) receive' Sft Gordon was presented Vietnam the put year, his plane was, hit during ana ;
the Bronze Star Medal during ceremonies at Ft Lre. Va.. October the award for meritorious spent 30 days leave at home r attack October Z at
11. service in ground operations before returning for his second Quang Tri Vietnam. Lt. Cook
nerttttif him t l. Colonel Rebert O. Graham Jr deputy against hostile forces during tour of duty. was hit by flying glass froma
commandant, U. S. Army Quartermaster School his last assignment In Viet. broken window in the aircraft .

_._ nam. Sgl Patrick Barrow Material .
--- The sergeant .is an Instructor Facilities Specialist, US In a letter to his parents
MBS. BOBBLE ; DBJCs course In card puneh at the Army Quartermaster Air Force Is stationed at Anderson Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Cook, he
, operation offered by the School at Ft. Lee. AFB Guam. His new repotted his Injuries were not
I I COMPLETES COURSE school of applied sciences according His wife Betty, lives at address Is: Sat Patrick Bar. serious and he was back on
Mrs. Patricia Bobble, nag. to dean John IL Smi 3302 Western St.. Hopewell, row AF 149MS60. Box 9195. duty and feeling fine.

let Beach has completed ley. Virginia. APO 9G334. San Francisco Cal.

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Sgt Alan Wayne Jones, son
of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Jones PFC Sam Smith, stationedat 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED
Soil Fertility FactsMfcUOMMM Bunnell, Is serving with the Vietnam with the Army APARTMENT. CEN-
US Army Paratroopers at Air Medical Corps has been
&\ AQltt M l* T aA Vietnam. Sgt Jones left last transferred from Bien lloa TRAL HEAT, AIRCON-
u av ws rM u.. month for his second tour of (north of Saigon to Tan An
duty at Vietnam. His address (south of Saigon). DITION. NEAR SCHOOL.
*. f **%M M ucw rtrrajrc* ACt Is: Sgt Alan W. Jones RA PFC Smith 1s attached to ADULTS ONLY.437.3354Ext..

M1rM M1 UtfO A.111y 12882644, 173rd. Abn. Bde. the helicopter division of the-
+sf JtiO ACQiQ. (Jungle School APO San. Air Medical Corps.In 53
Francisco, Cal. 96250. a letter to his parents
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.NEWS Chip Brooks A1* ** 1Mh.

Michael Graluu loss Oven ,a..eel .. m- -4 3
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Marcie 9trMitsdRIAR. ..... S to Instruct.
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with evil neither tempteth
HefHHI ROLL Dautl UMeisil
Weekly any man This verse from THANK
(AM A's I'.) Grade 6 Y60 .r
Epistle of James ta part ,i
R.,. Oliver F. the Mbfe. LMon-9.rMfl Senior High School Grades Cheryl t .sills. The Flatter Beach Ptesewt
.... "Adorn and. Pollen 10 12 MCfhjMKM ...... .tisotai.n Mold j
sun e1 First .. hf' rood lilt aU CIio Adam-..., like Shook all Pesos wfcoceMrihuHd
Mike Barter
Methodist Science dMINMII this 1\t.tR"'R to the tmtttM ofour
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.. Gary BucklesCheryl AIM Bnebe Heitoween Car. his l hy
THE t'heistirtt kWMe dMHttI Burn Grade their donations, time and e<.
Robert C* *l .....
S aM Sundry School
Once when my Minnie DeenFe Mike AbheM .
heM In tIMe at First The Flatter Beach PTA
area
and I were! hunting I I st Wll bt a 1\It tJr Fruits! Laura BeverfakfeFrank
ow wey. \\> knew -. Ot Cwfmff. Scientist. Utile Hall Bryan Carnival Commktee
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Beech WO North -
were' and where. we" Susan HallCatherine Chefrie Ham
to .. However' we" ) Drive, and Pint Harris Dale Johnson
dered off the trail ... of Christ Scientist Less' Knight PtwY1Hen
net find It. As )' Beach 137 Live Oak. Marion Irvin Why

preached I had a y evening' meetings Gale Leonard FLACLER BEACH
make. We could held at which testimonies Norma Ann Manor The
lag the trail healing In Christian ELEMENTARYSCHOOL I
or o Vkky PerHttGeorge '
through a swamp.I are given are at 8 Revels :
Every one Is welcome MENUS Christian
decided .-
we" Betty Steflik
attend these services. Monday. Nov. 11
through the swamp for David Sic!Ilk
that by taking this Mary Anne Steflik Chili-Cen.Carl Science
could return to the WSCS Barbara Thomas Buttered Spinach
darkness. Life is Ulysses Thomas Crackers .
ARTICLES Pear Halves Monitor
with difficult and Rosanna Tldwell
Bread and ButterMilk
situations. Christians BE COLLECTED Colleen Tucker
ten faced with, the Elayne Tucker recommends
of taking a rough WSCS of the United Tuesday. NOT. 12
through a particular tempt.'d Church of Flag-ler Junior High School Grades Oven Fried Chicken
Life In these days Is sponsoring a table 7.9Lila Mashed Potatoes and Gravy you read
perpetuate difficult: the Holiday Bazaar at the Allen Tomato Soup
Our nation is going '. Club on November Karen Clegg Apple Sauce" localnewspaper
wilderness, today. All members and friends Barbara Cowart Bread and Buttter your .,
need to evidence hope articles to be sold are Nancy Creal Milk
rest of the to bring them to the William Creal Wednesday. Nov. 13
cause America needs Hall today. Lisa Hall Hamburgers and pickles

dente" In a better Debbie Johnson Potato Chips Your local newspaper Is I videos!
The 1I brf'ws.f'ftt '! CLUB Jacqueline Jones String Beans newspaper with many fertrts. Its
the wilderness, to get Cheryl I Kinney Cole Slaw emphases is on local news. It also
hill country. We are Y BAZAAR Debbie Meekins Sliced Peaches reports toe major utional and inter

wilderness today. SATURDAY Patty MeekinsJan Rolls and ButterMilk utJOnlll\fW1.
with the responsibilty Perryman THE MONITOR ccuniMDcrj you
of this Flagler Woman's Club James Pounds iccurmi
ing out to a Thursday. NOT. 14
We spW'lil.IIlIftlIyzin and l Inter-
Holiday Baaaar will Jack Rawlins ,
world. .and went Beef and Gravy over Noodles eretjnt the important national and
all that great and Saturday Nov. 9 at the Daniel Steflik Buttered Broccoli International sews. Our intention is
wilderness which you at 1524 S. Central Donna Steflik Harvard Beets to!bring the news Into sharper focus.
the way, to the hill '. Flagler Beach 10:00: Davey Solomon kilo and Whip Topping The Monitor has a wand Bide staff of
7:00 p. m. Jeff Taylor Hot Biscuits and ButterMilk correspondents-some of then rank
." Deuteronomy : ., candies baked goods Kenny Taylor among the world's finest And theMonitor's
Denlce Incisive, provocative e soaks will be sold by the Tucker Friday. Nor. IS
art followed just
as closcfy
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE l l o w I n r organizations: Cherry Wadsworth Tuna Cakes by the men on Capitol Hill as they
Methodist WSCS; Com Stella WeaverRhonda Buttered Corn are by the intelligent concerned
LESSON SERMON FOR
Memorial' Guild; First Williams Creamed Potatoes adtilt on! Main Street

SUNDAY. NOVEMBER Church WMU; Tax- Elementary School Grades Pineapple and Apricots WHY YOU SHOUlD TIT THE MONITOR
Assn.; Flagler Beach 4.1 Bread and ButterMilk You probably/ know the Monitor's professional
"Let no man say Club; Flagler County reputation! as one of ttieworld's .
Kathleen Buckles
tempted I am Ladies Guild and Menus to finest newspapers. Try the
are subject changedue
Sherry Buckles Monitor see how it will take you
God: for God cannot be Woman's Club
to short.
Dale I CleggSagan non-delivery or above the average newspaper reader

.;I J FI> 'II P"Ir .. g J .,...,J J Clegg age. Just Ml out the coupon below.TleCkrlstiaaSdcsciMeaitsr.
Rob Cowart ------------

Teresa Edwards BIRTHDAY DATA
Flagler County Insurance Carole Hardin One Norway Street
this week Boston Massachusetts USA 02115
Debbie Sue Herr Happy birthday << to:
Today: Kenneth Oddy. Pl use start my MwiUr wttcrt"tiM for
Ray Johnston O. HulL VM period stacked |.i... I aclat
Friday: Ruby
Agency Inc. Kim Knight S________ Tammie Lynn Saturday: Jewell Duenslng. s nAa 124 C .....112
Anita Moore Sunday: Clyde E.Ike" B J.'as$
All Forms of Insurance Melissa Morgan Vaughn, Joan Saxon. Name .
Tammy Robertson Monday: Elizabeth Allen
305. East Moody Bird. -:- Phone 437-3171 Daphne Rodgers Katherine Kuhn. Ilrett
Tuesday: Melvin C. Nelson
Bunnell, Florida 32010 Jay Rodgers Robert Dixon Kendall. City
Carol June Smith
LIFEFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSIBUNNELL Jennie Solomon Wednesday: Kenneth' (Bob) Iblt ZIP CIde_
Whitney, Bob Cole. "I'"
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107 N. Bay St. P. O. BojjJ357 turkeys of either sex & SUPPLY CO., INC.

BUNNELL, FLORIDA may be taken during the Fall FISHERMAN'S SPECIAL

FREE ESTIMATESBAR hunting season. During the. 6 FT. SOLID FIBERGLASS ROD COMPLETE
Spring season only male turkeys
FIXTURES BUILT.IN KITCHENS with 'visible beards are WITH OPEN FACE SPINNING REEL AND LINE

BEAUTY SALON AND BARBER STATIONS IcgaL $13.95

LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COUNTERS

Office Credenzas and Adjustable Shelving HASTINGS MATTRESS MOODY BLVD. FLAGLER BEACH

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Most orders filled within IS working day Now Serving Furniture Upholtering I SAYE- IY-FAIL
oil areas in 75 mile tad of BannelL Repaired d Reflnlshed
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g-THE TBM9WC TNiN. NOV1M*B 7. MM 8NC W@MEN's .
All 00""wse 74oss. _

lid "..... SPaNOTmES GOLF RfiWLTSday's net w PaM...i ......... 'I
% Jmsust Wendy Wkfcs (Oar).

This week there wwe a*ny At the IInll.ll.. of -.-,.. Susan Seaman a4 Chartsae
out-d.statvis Mifckf fee sort, stay at Cteea* rein. Law (St Augment), Debbie
with Ih* .../gw sand Ouatry Chtb SHaryn clime lieges (At. Js As g Jt sl wt. ,
MMres =
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bass betaff tke .... LLS@G MEET horn. WM class A infrun.Okas Ruby Leaden tive Mr. and Mrs. I. w...... LOTHC OWEXKWAVE4 B winner for MM. bate. Yaferfc P1UWM Or****
ton Waahlaglsa. N. C sport pale rt. U4MMftftfts s > MMdeft
wens Lacy >ttani.....
3 days in flasjktr ItIIIIc die+ HERE FAY lUTE wa accorded A4ry McCsrMK9C -

surf with same ...+ salsires and 9OAVwA UllVMnWQCM
The Bvnnell will ST. AB89STHVE
of blues and .......... BulMosjs HIGH Taylor), and WOTOM' Elton
..... seek their second victory ofitre GIRLS WIN CONFER. clay. Schools taking part
when they meet
Motonios Inlet sewn also Included Hastings High.
the Lopec Greenwaves at ENCE VOLLEYBALL

This past week there were' Bulldog Stadium Friday ..... Seeond seeded St. Augustine CITY OF BUNNELL
more taM nets than fls-hlng Game time is 8 p. m.Bunnetl High School walked off with

rods at the Inlet, the reason scored two touch top honors In the second annual PRESENTED
the mullet have been 1'UfHtIIAc. downs aff \IMt Hawthorne Northeast Florida Girts
last Thursday night but were SAFETY AWARDS
The mullet are extremely Conference Volleyball Sports
FISHING LINE large and full of roe. SterMnc defeated 2014. Day held over the weekend at Hal Lee. Florida n.....

By Al lamba Andrews, who lives at the hi- St. Johns River Junior College way Patrol Officer, Defend,
let had over a bushel: of mullet OPCC HENS GOLF In Palatka. presented the City of Bunneil

Week Ending NOT. 2. 19GS ASSN. TO ELECT OFFICERSThe The St. Augustine team with a safety award for a fatality
<-o- > posted not a loss In the dou free year In 1967 at a
Jock C.nung's Fish Camp Sing's Fishing Resort Ocean Palm Country ble-elimination tourney, hosted meeting of the Bunneil City
Club Mens Golf Assn. meets by SJRJCs Division of Commission Monday oIp.L
.....
Jek' tells us that .
.been The Coast Guard Safety tonight Thursday) to elect Health and Physical Eduea. Bunneil I Is one of 11 cities
around the IMM
ramp have been limited Detachment boat spent the officers for the ensuing year, then under Women's Department In the trl fair. Catches
MEt ...n.or's weekend at &me'ht"eklftc according' to Nagl Abraham head Miss Pat Wilson Votusia and Flagler,
to flounder, spots -
boat speeds of the largeryaehts. secretary.The and assistant Miss JeEHen to receive, the honor certtfl-
choke. Some trout are .
The Salt Water Conservation will be In the Nader. officials for fatalitieslast
till beiag taken Item the meeting Acting as rate having no
Dept also has their clubhouse at 7:30 p. m. All for the entire tournament, year.
brMfle. The deep-sea charter'
their boat docked there and they members are urged to attend. which Included competitionfor In other action, the commission .
boats have completed
will be there the remainderof
B teams well
as as varsity :
season till next spring.
this week checking safetyequipment AMERICAN LEGION from seven schools in the Con. Took no action on a complaint
(.o->
boats. Mr. and
on ft"ft"nC'l"'l"re '
sports officiating on personal property
Devil's Elbow Fish Camp Mrs. Mark Waite, Jax. had PLANS TURKEY students from SJRJC. taxes filed with, the commission .
then boat out and had good In chalking Its first until the
Ficftlng' from the camp SHOOT FOR NOV. up city attorneywas
catches of whiting, drum .
championship title In conference consulted
south to the Inlet has been
good with large catches of croaker and trout. Fishingthe American Legion Post 113 : sports In the two years Heard a letter from the
bass trout and drum. Mr. Matanzas River on the voted to sponsor two turkey the conference has been organized Flagler County Housing Au.
John Cheawl, Daytona Beach, way back Mrs. Waite tried shoots Nov. 17 one at Blminl the St Augustine thorny reporting payment In
brought In 16 trout, the largest her luck at Marker 106 and Bar and one at White Eagle sextette met and defeated lieu of taxes for the new
weighing" 8 IDS. The bass brought In a 5 lb. drum. Mr. Bar-when they met last Bunnell High School, after a housing project Is anticipated
are running 6 to 7 Ibs. Mr. Lowe, Jax. had a good catchof Monday night. Da tails will be first-round bye then defeated to be 216360. The letter

and Mrs. Douglas, Jax., fish blues, fishing the Inlet Mr. announced later.Commander top seeded Clay High stated If the property was privately
at the camp each weekend and Mrs. Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Magee announced School, throwing them Into owned the taxes wouldbe
Frier. Jax. had 9 trout 3 Smith had
and their luck Is still good Raymond losers' bracket competition.Clay 4.930.52.
croakers and a variety of been appointed Veterans Day High took a dose match 7
They brought In 25 drum avg. Agreed to meet at p. m.
5 Ibs. others. parade marshall.! Parade from Orange Park In second Thursday night with city engineers. .
(-o-. Clifford Hutcheson, who plans will be announced la division finals to earn the Dawkins and Associates
Floglcr Beach Tin lives across from Blngs was" ter.The right to take on St. Augustine and Farm Home Ad.
fishing at the Rocks this past Post agreed to present once again, treating ministration representatives to
Fishing on the pier the last week and had 10 bass and a certificates of appreciation to spectators to some of the finest discuss the city's proposed
few weeks has been good. Jack Cravalle weighing 34
Dr. John Canakarls and Dr. volleyball witnessed in sewerage program.
Blues, flounder Spanish Ibs. Russell Blanton. both of Bun. high school competition In Agreed to repair 3 windowsIn
Mackerel and whiting, being nell. for their community many years. the Civic Center and notify
taken. Tne whiting have been The early hunter will get service.: Clay reaped Its revenge in the insurance company of the
large. Bill Swelgart. Flagler the bird If he hunts on a licensed Plans were completed for a this first year of B team competition damage.

Beach, has had good luck shooting preserve. The barbecue supper for the BUS going all the way Agreed for Street Commissioner .
catching Spanish Mackerel. 22 season for hunting game bkdson football team members, with wins over Taylor High T. II. Wadsworth to
In all. lie was using the Pore shooting preserves opens coaches and guests. Victor School St. Augustine High submit a list of streets to be
ter-Seahawk. He also landeda October 1 and continues thru Buckles was named chair. School, and losers' bracket paved to each member of the
12 lb. king. April 20. man. victor Bunnell High School County Commission and the
'
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Voted to advertise for bids


I GM 1] Jean-Claude illy talks shop... for Voted cement. to for pay road the work.monthlybills.


Instructed the clerk to ob.
...-.- twin prices on concrete culvert.

Chevrolet Sports Shop Voted to condemn a
building on SW corner of US
Hwy. 1 and Allen Ave. and to

notify property owner Ozell
.. (Freely translated from the French) "I am a man who drives Suggs of the action.

for sport.. for fun you know?This is why I am telling you
about the brave new Chevrolet and its Sports Shop. EDUCATIONALPROGRAM

.. "Only in the Chevrolet Sports Shop do you find cars FOR

like the Camaro Z/28. Ah, the Z/28. Camaro with
.. _. .. 302 V8,more muscular suspension and Hunt VET DEPENDENTSThe .
shifter. Only Z/28 offers 4-wheel disc brakes Veterans Administration
4 like Corvette, also in the Sports Shop. will pay up to $130 a
month to help educate each
.
"You will find too
& SSCaanadathhesbiig son and daughter of a deceaseed
.. 'I .a* Cheveile SS 396, Nova veteran or one who hasbeen

_.. Impala SS 27. totally and permanently
"The Sports Shop. Part of the disabled as a result of honor.

Sports Department at your able service.

Chevrolet dealer's. These payments are usually
"But of course" provided for sons and daughters II

between the ages of 19
,- iPuniAf pa fintktrp ns tint.f' .
and 26, Raymond S. Smith t
County Service Officer said.

:E rj The program Is Intended for I
n
education beyond the secondary
school level Smith said

j but .there' are some exceptions.

Marriage does not bar this
benefit

Ii i I All eligible persons receive'
,. up to 36 months of schooling.
or the equivalent of 36
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months If enrolled part time.
f Monthly payments are lowerIf
the enrollment is for less

i. ,. than full time and no pay.
raent Is authorized for less
than half time.Eligible .
I. I people of legal

are may file their own applications
1 11 I for this program with
'a Veterans Administration of.

fice. Smith said. For minor

. children the par pt or guardian
.1 must file, he added.
: Special restorative training
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t- _/
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: ; .: men) or women unable to pursue .

.. ,an.education because of
same physical or mental dis

i 1 : Jean-Claude KI+'lr. vwr el three gold IWPE9ai asl ability. 'U consist,1+ of training
: 1J: msdaU II&,19'b.! n' Ilu OlYMpicI. '69 Comoro Z/23 such as speech and voice correctlon. .

Upreadlng. Braille

See tie Super Sports at year Cfcerrekt dealer's Sports Beprtt sew.w reading lib.TLA4LBR and writing and the

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