The Flagler tribune
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 Material Information
Title: The Flagler tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1968
Publication Date: -1981
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bunnell (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Flagler County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -69th year, no. 36 (Sept. 3, 1981).
General Note: Mrs. M.B. Fuller, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 43, no. 20 (June 2, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024369
oclc - 33425664
notis - AFA6237
lccn - sn 95047251
System ID: UF00079914:00461
 Related Items
Preceded by: St. Johns tribune
Succeeded by: Palm Coast news
Succeeded by: Flagler/Palm Coast news-tribune

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_VOL. 56 NO. 47 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14. 1969 ... A YEAH




.PM.mater Ray Mtwer FLAGLER BEACH
stowed al1. to BwH ii
I u.... Clufe at tfcefe Ffgutarh The League of Small Mwric
hFa.heon Mft4iRc Tuesday. IfMttties will meet at Ftatfer
was. etttttfed 'Myers of Beach on November 3it Dn
...". I nee will be served at the

The film depicted the work Flagler Woman's Gub at
of tfce U. S. Post Oilier Department 'i1 7,30 with the regular meetingto
as If handles over follow. The regular" meet
BO MlHen pieces of ma.I'a big of the Flagler Beach City

I year. It showed the degree to Commission has been changed
II'' ,,'hWIIOrt"' and conveying from November 21st to the
mail is mechanized. 22nd.
, The Commission received
President Don Jordan reported
on his attendance at e only one bid for lots offered
1 MRS MART L. PROUGH the Zone Meeting In OraneeQltylastw for sale In Hlllcrest: This
k. bid was rejected as being too
f Principal and teacher at ""
i the Flagler Beach Elementary Lion L. H. Church again offered low.Commissioner George Wick
the service of Florida
School. .
Power and Light Company In line reported that the streetIn
Mrs. Plough received herBS
Ocean: Palm Subdivision
Degree at Butler University tho community lighting pro
gram for Bunnell. It was voted Mr. and Mrs. Leo Baker have begun major remodeling of would be paved very soon.
Ind. She
teacher In the Indiana wasa to sponsor the lighting their store on Moody Boulevard in Bunnell. They plan to Install Engineering data on proper I
stabilization being sought
school system for 19 years.She program again this Christ. modern aluminum siding on the two story building. New win at this time. I

received' a MA Degree mas. dows and doors will be Installed.' Robert Danner, contractor, Isdoing The Commission requestedthe
The Bunnell Lions Club
from Beach State the work.
Long University newly elected' legislative
voted' to have their annual
California. She taught with themat
----- delegation I to meet
10 In California. and Christmas Party on Friday.
years BEACH RESIDENTMRS. their earliest convenienceto
December 20. The time and
was an elementary principal JUDGE ADKINSSPEAKER discuss legislation that '
for 9 Yf'us.Aftf'r arrangements are to be made MCCABE I
committee. AT would relieve personal property
by a special
leaving California she DIED SATURDAY from the tax roll. It was
returned to Indiana where she LIONS BANOUET stated' that this was an unfair
taught one year before. moving CRESCENT CTTT SCHOOL Funeral mass for Mrs. Rose tax since only places of business -
to Flagler Beach last year. "We are blessed with a form McCabe 68, 225 S. Daytona paid the tax.

r She and her husband Em. OPEN HOUSE TONIGHT of government that requiresfreedom Ave., Flagler Beach who passed Permission was given to the
est, reside at 147 Avalon Ave. of thought and ex away Saturday Nov. i>. was City Librarian to purchase
Flagler Beach.Bunnell Crescent City High School G. presslon. This form of government held at 10:00 a. m. Monday at new books in the amount of
I Supervising Principal Coy so cherished' by us
St Stephens Catholic Church. $28.56 and supplies in the
has extended invi
an would not be worth preserving
Bunnell. The Rev. Father An. amount of $23.49.
I tation to all Flagler County It It could be blown over tonio Leon officiated. Interment After considerable discus
parents to attend Open House the spoken or written
was In Volusla Memor situation InFlagler
slon of the police ;
at the school
new plant
words of any political minor.
Pal Park at Ormond Beach. Beach CommissionerKeene 1
Thursday, (tonight) from 79north ity. Neither would it be worth Mrs McCabe was born In Gurnee resigned from '

I .- ....jL saving if nothjjur but force England and moved to Flag and J
.' e s7 oo1 tt ltit-r'n\i\leis the. Police, Committee asjudge
could maintain lt"Supreme -
ler Beach 12 years ago from Ad Litem. The.rt"S1cna.
I of Crescent City on Court Justice Elect' James C.
Rochester N. Y. She was a tlon was accepted and Commissioner i
Route 11.PETER.
Adkins Jr. of Gainesville said
member of St. Stephens Catholic RufusMlller was
In an address at the Flagler Church. appointed to the Police Com
t BURZYCK Beach Lions Club Anniversary She Is survived by her hus. mittee.
tI I banquet Monday night at Ma band. John A. McCabe. Sr., Commissioner Miller called

I BEACH RESIDENT rlneland. Flagler Beach; and a son. upon the City Commission to
r Adkins continued "Many John Jr. of Rochester N. Y. support the police officer. The
BURIED AT KORONA citizens are thinking too much Pallbearers were: Charles police chief spoke to the com

I Y Peter P. Burzyck. '75 159 about their "rights" and Donahue. Ruben Card l. Otis mission In his behalf and replies *
"privilegessnd too little Magee John Lutton Matthew to several of his state
Avalon Ave., Flagler Beach
about their "duties" and 're.sponsibilitles" McCabe and Gilbert Krier. mejits were made by Commissioner f
-' s .I't'; died Wednesday Nov. 6 at
Craig Funeral Home Bun. Gurnee. ,
.. Bunnell General Hospital.Mr. Judge Adkins concluded' by nell, was In charge of ar Robert Danner was granted

MAX HALL Burzyck was a native of saying "Even though we may rangements. permission to put an addition
F.1kton. Mich. and moved to oppose some policies of our on the west side of his
High School No. 1 Flagler Beach R years ago government, we should nevertheless CHARLES CHARON laundermatETV
Junior High English teacher. from Dearborn. Mich. lie wasa start every day by AWAYSATURDAY
He was born In )Malvern retired policeman. He wasa saying "I am proud to be a PROGRAM .
Ala. but spent most of his life member of St. Stephens citizen of the United States of
In flames City, Florida. lie Is Catholic Church. Bunn lI. and America". Charles F. Charon. 90, 202 SLATED FORBDNNELL ,
a 1955 graduate of Halnes the Detroit Mich. Knights of Lions International Counselor Central Ave., Flagler Beach PTA
City High School and attend Columbus. Walter (Sonny) Lee was passed away Saturday at I
ed Massey Business Collegeat He to survived by his wife, Master of Ceremonies at the Bunnell General Hospital. Bunnell High School ETV
Jacksonville. Florida 1955- Marie Flagler Beach; two First Charter Anniversary Born In Woonsocket. R. I. Specialist Art Milcent will
56. He attended Stetson University daughters Mrs. Lorraine celebration attended by more he moved to Flagler Beach 17 present a program '-Educational -
at Deland 1937-61 Voorhles, Redondo Beach than eighty Lions and guests. years ago from Danl bon. Television" at the Bun
where he was a member of Calif., and Mrs. Edna Tolocco. Lions Club President Jack Conn. A retired departmentstore nell Parent-Teachers Assn.

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity.He Detroit. Mich.; a son Abbott Introduced Jack Pettlt manager,he was a member meeting Thursday, Nov. 21.
also attended Southern Matthew R. Burzyck Dear- who summarized the clubs activities of St. Stephens Catholic The meeting will be In the
Baptist Theological Seminaryfrom born Mich.; three sisters, Mrs. the past year. Pettlt Church and a life member of school cafeteria at 7:30 p. m.
1961-64. Mary S. Obeckl. Mrs. Nona stated' the Club had sponsoredtwo the Elks Club at DanleUon, Mrs. R. F. McDanlel. president
Rev. Hall has been pastor of McNeil, both of Bay CIty fish frys to assist with Conn. will preside during the
the Flagler Beach First Baptist Mich, and Mrs. Laura Nolte. the Florida Federation For He Is survived' by his ware business meeting. !
Church for three years. Detroit. Mich.; three brothers The Blind and the Boy Scout: Alice. Flagler Beach; a daughter

lie and his wife. Betty, a Edward Dearborn Mich.. projects and was presently ter, '- Dorothy Cf'ofCfe- FORMER BEACHRESIDENT I
native of Flnley. Ky.. and John and Casmar both of working with the Florida konk Mass.; a sister, Mrs. DIES
their son John Michael live Bay City. Mich. Board of Parks to secure a Emma Polult and a brother,
at 450 Lambert Ave., Flagler Funeral' mass was held at building at Flagler Beach George Charon, both of Woon IN MAMI
Beach 10:00 a. m. Friday Nov. 8 at State Park. socket, R. I.; and 3 grand '
St Marys Catholic Church. lie also announced the club children. Word has been received' of

GRAVESIDE SERVICE Korona. The Rev. Father Antonio membership total for 1968 to Funeral mass was Tuesdayat the death of Mrs. Margaret'
Leon officiated.' Interment 51. John Seay was Instrument 10:00 a. m. at St. Stephens Felice, former Flagler Beach
FOR PELUCER INFANT was at St. Marys Cent al In organizing the FlaglerBeads Catholic Church, Bunnell. The resident, who died Nov. S at
etery. Korona. club. Rev. Father Antonio Leon of Miami.'
Graveside services for Joseph Pallbearers were Ruben Past District Governor Mel ficiated. Burial was at St.Mary's She resided' on South Central
John Pelllcer, Infant son Gardei. Stanley Smlct 1skl. Prather. New Smyrna Introduced Cemetery, Korona. Avenue Flagler Beach,
of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny PelH Lee Drazba Andrew Zalewskl 1. Lion dignitaries Ralph Pallbearers were R. J... Me before moving to Miami four

cer. Bunnell. born Saturday. Max Porte and Carl Toloeco. Levine New Smyrna: Earl Nab, George )L Moody. years ago.
Nov. 9 at Bunnell General Craig Funeral Home Bunnell Caldwell South Daytona; and George Wkfcllne. Otis Magee Graveside services were
Hospital, were held Monday was in charge of arrange Phil Wagner, Daytona Beach. and Lynn Clary. Thursday at St. Mary's Cemetery
afternoon at 3:00: at Pelllcer ments. Craig Funeral Home, Bun. In Korona.WADSWORTH .
Creek Cemetery with the Rev.
nell was In charge
Father Antonio Leon officiat TIDE TABLETides I

addition to his parentshe for Nov TO PRESIDEAT
HIGH LOW Flagler County Shrln n. SHOOT SUNDAY
to survived by his maternal JAZ MEET
grandparents ),Ir. and Mrs. Day UL P.M. A-1L P3LII their wives and Invited' guests American Legion Post 115
Charles Mlssinne, Flagler 2:30 2:54 8:36 9:12 will enjoy a fish fry tonight Is sponsoring a Turkey Shoot Lewis Wadsworth. Bunnell.
Beach and his paternal grand 15 3:30 3:48 9:36 10:00 (Thursday) at the Bunnell Sunday, Nov. 17 at 12:30 p: m. president of the Florida For.
father Claude Pellicer, Bun. 16 4:21 4:42 10:30 10:54 Civic Center at 7:30 p. m. at the BImini Bar Hwy. 100, catty Assn will open the annual *
nelL 17 5:18 5:36 11:24 11:36 Proceeds from the affair BunnelL meeting of the group

Craig Funeral Home, Bun. 1$ 6:06: 6:30 12:18 11:59 will be used for Shrine Welfare Proceeds go to the Legion Thursday morning at Jack

nellwas In charge. 19 7.00: 7:18 12:30 1:06 Fund. youth programs. sonvllle.I .



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NOT TO ELECT A PRESIDENT .................-......-....-....-..............-....-....-....-... ..
During the recent' presidential election nearly all people 2 BICYCLES I
of the electa .................-....--....-....-..-....-....-....-............... -
have become aware antiquated system by which we
president and a vice president

Before this election most people' did not know what an U. S. D. A. ChoiceCHUCK
electoral college' was. They did not know what It meant to
throw an election' to the House. They did not understand why

with Marvin George Griffin Wallace rather than General LeMay. was on the ballot ROAST lb. 53

As a result of all the confusion most newspapers, political
writers and statesmen across the nation are calling for a reform U. S. D. A. Choice "FULL CUT"
of the system of electing our president end vice president. The
electoral college was established in the early constitution with
the Idea that the nation would be seeking the best man for ROUND STEAK Ib.Lyke's 95

president l rather than the man seeking the Job. .

The electoral college was established before we had developed
the two-party system as we have today. SLICED FREE
The electoral college was established before we had the

mass media of press radio and television It was established
before we had rapid transportation which could take a presidential lb. 38U.
candidate all the way across the nation in a few hours.

We saw ample evidence during the summer of an archaic
and degrading system that we have for nominating a presidentand
vice president thru national conventions.Part .
of the degradation Is caused by the Influence of the

type of coverage' offered by the television networks. It Is probe CHUCK STEAK PORK ROAST
able that Vice President Humphrey would be the president
elect today had it not been for the debauched televised presentation >b. 'lb.
of the Democratic Convention.After 68C 48C

TV got through with the Democratic Convention no
one thought Humphrey could overcome such a bad image; but. Ib. CUT ORDER

he almost Congressman did. .elect Bill Chappell indicated during his : :yl.)1 i

campaign that he was in favor of revising the system of electingour HVUrW2i42Vi b.
president Senator Birch Bayh. Ind.. Chairman of Constitutional
Amendments Committee Is holding hearings on bills
that would bring about election reform.

The wants the changed But. changing the
public system -- -- ---- -
federal constitution Is not easy It requires a constitutional Lean Western (FIRST CUT) Lyke's (ENDS & PIECES) SMOKED
amendment which has the approval of two.thirds of both the ""
House and Senate. PORK CHOPS 48e BACON 5 1t; $119

Then it must be ratified by three-fourths of the state legis -- = -
latures. All along the way we have the two party system to exert Showboat (Limit 5 Please) No. 300 Can
Influence for or against any proposal according to how they PORK Each MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE
see it affecting their party prospects.We ANDBarra fOe

would be most fortunate if the revision of the national
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convention and electoral college systems could be approved by
the time of our next presidential election four years from now. PEANUT BUTTER Ea. 49c

But. anything worth while Is worth waiting for. And. in 1 Tin 43*
the meantime we must leave it to the able Congressman Bill 38 oz. Bottle

reform.Chappell to represent us In bringing about the much needed CRISCO OIL Each 6ge Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order

John A. Gegg Martha White Frostings Brownie Mix

But the problems are so difficult CAKE MIXES 3 For 79e Joe Cram's Grade "A"
Too Late I and so dependent on the
rapidly changing situation Northern 4 Roll Pkg. SMALLEGGS
that no one can predict the TOILET Each
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course any president should
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fulfill his promises.We DIXIE CRYSTAL 3 Dozen $100
By the time this column seem to be in the wldst I
reaches print the election will of a world uphoavel. A periodof
be over and we will know change for which we are SUGAR
who Is to guide the nation's ill prepared, not only In this FROZEN FOODSMorton'
destiny for the next four country but throughout the -
>ears. Or we may have to world. 5- 3?
wait if the decision should All the old values we were
happen to be thrown Into taught to respect sfem to
congress.In have gone down the drain. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order POT PIES 2 AS 3geMorton'

any event my personal New Ideas and new philosophies
sympathies go out to the unfortunate are taking their place. 14 oz. Size
man who assumes Our youth is in rebellion not FRESH PRODUCE CREAM PIES "
the thankless Job. No matter only In this country but 29e
what he says or does he will throughout the world. Even U. S. No.1POTATOES
be wrong as far as a considerable Russia is experiencing it and
section of the electorate seem as helpless as we are In 10 B'.k' ; 49e
Is concerned.At finding the answer
this writing I am still Be our leaders, presidents, 4 lb. Cello BagAPPLES
biting my Up and wringingmy kings or potantates they
hands trying to decide find themselves flounderingIn *- 49C Giant
who to vote for where the a changing world and how 47''
we and other nations meet Size
welfare and future of my
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country Is concerned.I the problems will determinethe

have no ill-will or personal future Each fOe Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
Why would seek
objection to any of the
and for the
leading candidates but I do fight leadershipof
any nation today is beyond
not have full confidence In
the ability of any of them to my comprehension. If they
achieve their goal they can
measure up to the Job. .
look forward to more heartaches
If It were possible to combine than any normal hu
the characteristics: of all man being should be askedto
three of them In one man he
might measure up, but the Perhaps our Creator knowsthe .
road he would have to travel answer and Is directingthe Ii
would be rough and rugged. activities knowing that sill
Like most private citizens I out of It all will come the
am concerned with numerous kind of world He Intended or
problems that face this nation it will accomplish its own detraction
today. I can understand why and he can start all OPEN SUNDAYS Phone 437-3227
the candidates hem and haw over. Since we have forgotten U.s. No. 1 BUNNELL
and try to give Intelllge nt Him why should we expect 3:00 a-m-1:00 p.m.
answers to what they will do. Him to remember us? Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good NOT. 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18, 1968lbr

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CHI their VA cheek.H 3-THC' FLAOLXK TO 9NC THWftC Nit ... M6I

VETERAN WIDOWS .. ImyiHiM that all
NEEDEDM. widows rf4 CW HK Y" WCW WP Vr'7 grAN31lAYsrnusrn
t.t' aware Si thin .. baatisethe COMMUNITY
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T. Dti-**. of Hw Panda owcoaae ..may tnvve

of Flag)** feat No. 118 an* Dee*, of v.*raps Attain an- s/sppale el plrswswt, w sswiewidow. CALENDAR CArrRLMt

former nn Di tact Commander naunctii today that tile VMeraM A lssllll Teter .has

of The American Legion Aemintatration ha in- been de .A... !. aM will w The Waaat TWaPWWanal BBBVBVBBBBt ow Per de

WM speaker at Veterans. attfttttov A test pP99 vHf sent to the widow Inwived 0..sw.ry s.ihltitlied lit

Day Celebration. In Dehona whereby they will dune It la to be returned' to the Held 11iaa+attly. "Isamu in illlhl. eaaltesied

on Monday Her subject was whether or not certain widow station with the widow1 stf. Mea.-e .l H aW

"Youth and A rlcani.m". are receiving the proceed of nature. Upon f< .**>t. the *.,. Today: United. Daughter of day rain.The .

nature wit be oomaarod witha Confederacy meets at 3 p. m.
affair. was to be a )tot
known 4ffMrtwe of the at the home of Mr. Waher
eliort of The Amiricen LaftaruVxeran
r widow In the VA *le. H the KM..... 999 East Lambert
of Fortttn
returned signature >a. determined A w.. JhI.It.Mtt.
and Disabled Veterans ofAmeFds.
to be valid, the farm
letter will be Med and the Boy SeM-t Troop 472 meeting Sieve Bogies, rnewtly .

after at clubhouse on Bast eieettd States MHafney
you see cheek will @eMIittie. H the
Blvd. from raN-MY was uttfllwWte
d' signature of the form letter
doctor. be the apeaker.BIRTHDAY.
your .
1 is determined net to be that Monday. Nov. 18: Btutnetl

of he widow further Investigation City Can meets at

bring yourprescription will be made by correspondence 7:30: p. m.AlM'riNn. DATA

or by VA neW examination.

f to Legion Post US Happy birthday this week to:

meeting at the Bwtneit Civic

ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION Center. Commander Otte Magee Today: Beeky! Gate.

will .
preside.VFW Friday: BH Landen. Margaret -
I Mouth-to-mouth I* now the
() most commonly used artitelalrespiration Auxiliary of Post 5213 Lee. Pat Punrfa. Marie

will meet at 3 p. m. a: the WtI8&R.
in attempting to
Prof..loftOI8Idg. Post West Blvd.
Moody .
revive drowning victims. ac Saturday: Betty Lang Cathy
Bunnell. Mrs. Orltn Green
cording to the State Board of En4ey.
president will conduct the
meeting. Sunday: Sue Ellen Deen,

I.BOAL AJ\"F.RTI.FI"'U'T Benny D. Btaek. Joy P. Whitney

BARNES SEA FOODOpen 11 TIIK ('IRn IT I 01 HT OKTIIK Bunnell Lodge FfcAM No. Jimmy Hargett. John P.
200 will meet at 7:30 p. m. at
Tib JIIIMI4I. Gill. Sue Dunean. Karen Parrlsh. -
or KI.OHMI IV %MI KOH the Masonic HalL, Bay Street" ParrUh.
Thursday Thru Sunday 5 till 10 p. m. fl..tt.1.IK'or.T>... 4ZM 1)Iw. KCATHKniNB Bunnell. Monday: Catherine Cullen.
tnalntlffVIOL.KT Senior CHteens' luncheon- Gary Buckle

SPECIAL THIS WEEK JvRW'KI M. IndltMuolly. meeting at 7:00 p. m in the Tuesday: Charles Sindelar.Prank .

.. and aa b>n*flctary imd Flagler Beach Municipal Hall. Brede.! Frank Sears
..r the trma and pro,ll..M Boy Scout Troop 495 regular Darllne Counts.Wednesday .
of that certain lUrati of
Southern Fried ChickenAll Tru.t dated rVbrwory It. If4. meeting. : Peter Zy k,
(led May t.. ,*... In I teedHnok
M. *t Case III. I't biir John Dixon. T. D. Well
Hecurda of Master t'oaadi.
You Can Eat $1.50 Florida. IIYMAN .
and HOUtMON HIKHJKUliefrndant

\OTl'I: OK .t iiita*. FOHKI I
Served with Homemade Biscuits and Honey ......: M0NTiI(.K NOTICE
Roasted I'n known
OystersAll You Alta IIBKnWY NOTIFIr1t -
> that a CompWlnt to forecloae -
a mortgage ha a been fried AUCTION EACH SATURDAY
You Can Eat $3.25 against you In the above-atyled
Court for the purport of fore-
eloping mortgage the following -
a upon
darrlbed Mol r rwr:rrly. NIGHT AT 7:00 P. M. AT FLAGLER BEACH
Ijrlnaand being In F1a.lr Coun
FRESH SEA FOOD FRESH FM ty. no'..... t.-.,, :
l4>t. 12 thru It Inrlualve In
rlualve In Hlock S. test1
thru IT /InrlusU In l..uck I.
Lot. I thru It Uclualv and BY THE FLAGLER BEACH
lute K thru :24 Inchwlve In
South of St. Augustine 4 mile on US Hwy. 1 Mock 4. Iota I thru II In- TAXPAYERS ASSN.
rluclvr and l4>(. I* thru I*
At Moultrie-Sign on right Inclualv In Hfcxk f. I Items be sold will be received
thru IT Inrluvlve in hint 7.l to Saturday only
">t. I thru 14 tactual InIHurk
t. l nt. 4 tHru IT In- from 12 noon until 6 p. In.

LEGAL AOf'ERnllC1C1'I'I'' of n.ilr County. KlorMa.whlrh elusive In neck I*. Lots I
plati. a part of the pr4>- thru II Inrlualve and 1.01. For further information contact Mr*. Elfie Good.
IV TIIK nMI"1" fOI NT. or rty 4..rrlbd above by boundary It thru H $Inclualv In HtorkII.
TMK ...:, HTII J HIM It I, according to the plat of win-4392190TIMf
I'IHI"I IT lAMI .'011 IATE1) thl. It h day of Novvmbr. Atlanta Reach be4nc a auk-
YLA.I.KR)1 %T'. I'LHIDt It" ell"l.lon of Oovernmenl l".l.
/./ OHOIKiB )I. klOOIir.1rrk >> 2 and I of HertkNi U. Town- -
*... 431 lilt. II. Flaalr County Clr- .hlp II Houlh. lUnr ISKa
BENJAMIN K Ct'HTKn, cult Court. .t. approved>> by the Hoard
II.m"Uff.V. of County CommUatonera of
Nor It. Itc.Tf .
.. Ftaarler County In 1&......" GUAJU1' ,
Ijniimi HULDEIIH..... etcft LEGAL AO'ERTlIEEST'nTI..t January T. 11*. and of record QIAIN SAWS ) lAW .
ml. --- In flat Honk I at la*. ,
Defendant : 24 and I4A In the ofllc of
OTICK OF .nRt'Ln1 MK > WHOM IT MAY COVCBH.V: the Clerk nf lh. Circuit
AI.K You will take notice that the 'ourt of Flatter County. SAVING '
pursuant to a Final Judgement 8IONKIIH of KUAOLKIt tK>US- YOl' AUK UrXjriKEI>*> to Tree WORK
.f Foreclosure dated the (th day TY. YLOftIA.| In accordance a COPY of your Aniwer or other SAVING
of November. Ml.. and entered with the provlclon of rVctlon pleading to the Complaint upon
.In fags So. 41} of the Circuit !!..., and IH|., Florida Putut the Plaintiff attorney. IIOF-
"ourt Of the tfeventh Judicial *.. |''|. upon the l"(|ik>n of MANN. nitANI A OYUK.. CCULLOC
circuit/ In and for Flarler CounI MAimitRY K ATKINHON. will 4*. Concord IlwlMIn Miami.
I*.JI70iJ-! "n'rel" BKNJAMIN at *M A. )I. on the and day of Florida HIM. and Me the orlc-
CfMTKIt I. llalniirr. and LEHIOH DHCBMKEIt. 150$. at It. meetIng Inal thereof In the offlc of the
HUU.KIm. IN(' a Florb room In the KlacUr County above .tl.. Court on or before
1 rorporatlon.. and I'ATIUC'IA Court Houa In Uunnll. Florida the Itth day of Ifecember. l..U.If .
R CRKtatY. 'orrl I'ATIU"IA ron.Mr and determine whether you fall to do .... a 1..fault
It. l'LARK. are I".nel."t.. or not the County will varat*. will he entered .Ira In.' you forthe CeatH a.ama0
I will .... to th. hch.t and abandon, dlacontlnu, rrnoun relief demanded In th* Com
b..t bM4.r for r..h at th. front and ell. I.'m any right of the tilnlntDATED
IlOOr .' th. n..l.r County (\>unty and of the Public In and at Bunnell. FUiUrounty .
"'ourthou.e. .t Runn.li .'0 rid"' to the following d* rrtbd landor <' 1orlda. trila *th day of
.t II 00 oVhM-k A )I. on the lntrt therein acquired November A M>>. !,**.
UM day or Nov..mbrr. I(1. th. A dedicated thirty foot (I**) OFXtUOK )I. MOODY.>>
following d..etlb.d property a road lntrtlnr Let (. "' .rk of the Orcult Court
.*t forth In MM Fln.l Judg.- lunch H. section II. Town- Flailer County. Florida
....nt. to-wlt' Mp IS $oulh. ltan 3.I.t ('teal.
.c....:... I..: -,- diagonally from the II* Kathryn U CmeryIteputr
Part of th* IIW; of X rtk>n IX North w.it corner In a Clerk
Town.hli/ it Howth. Itanw II tralrht line to the HouthBt Nov 14. II. II and Dec t. tt<- M

Ea.t. r'laiI.r'ouwty. PUrkla. *. corner of Mid Lot andfWtlon '
dM-rlb .. follow lirinnint / >OHTM nltWOiD 1)HAIrsLlISTill'r :
th. \S'..t.rlr onequarterenrner All 1"1..t. partla are a.kd > t. .
or MM K n l ion 12 thnr to appear and h* hard at >lrTI< .: OF I.Aiu n" ,tR'
North If (Y |T Ba.t. along
the time and place abov ape-c/ll- ".:tT1"
the "*- im rt more or I..... to the I)"'TOI) November I. I MlMQAiii' meeting of the Owner of Land
\V..I.rl im. or the (" toot or nir.vTY (YNMIKNlYFlItN altuated In the North Ormondliralnace
ph.\ war of the Florid .East OK FLw\OI.EII / ItUtrlct la Voluala andFlacler W.Ighi pounds Utslhan any other chain
Canal. thence n. |T 41' COUNTY' rtim Count. la hereby called *a IYt cuts lik* saws twice Its might- 9 9i
41 Rat JT4. feet note or !*... Dy /./ C H Cowart to b* held at the olTtco of the .
alone the w'.., K/W Hn.. to the Chairman IHdrlrt at 4 1* KeaareeB Itoul Ivan downs Wn.trs.s In seconds POWER
>touch tin of arorMM 8tl.n NOT II. Itr yard Daytona lleach. Florida, MAC 6 has the musda-you don't nerd Comp.t.with 121n..
IJ thence Kouth II* IT W..t --- -- -- aame ben In tho County of Volu >
along Mid _M-tk>n Hit. of a 41- LEGAL A01'E.n.r .U on Tueadar. November tt*, nyt Lu bar/chain. Oat and chats
lance of l(0 feet more or !.... 1MI at 2 o'clock l>. M. for
In th. 8outhat ror.*r of the I' TIIK (0t -JTY 41 IMil>r. purpna* '''I..r.
HW4 or the $Wli. ..*....." It.: f'''' RT IV t%!> >*"H .'..A... and for anywine..in'.t
thence North I* ir II'. W*.t iris <'miTtn. '-. .IAI"al" INI may come before the
)12" rt mora or !*... to th* R O N t Ti: At such .election each and
Sorlh.... corner of .'or...lei NO. every acre of land In the IM..
K\V, of the ..W.... Moortlooft IS IN HK' K.tat* ofEUiCItT trlct hall repreaent one abate
thence Huulh II. (1' lib W..t ODmH 1)u1"lI'o"T and each owner fholl be entitledto ,
I1M rt more or I.. to the ie.aed one vot In pron by w
W..t *** "n lln. of MM fbf- soul( t: Tn ( H.:ITOH' prosy In wrltlnc.I duly *l c-: for
tlon 12. blnv ato the North- All rrdltor of the .*tnt* of each act of land owned by him ...r-1..a fo.. P(Nn.r.....
w..t c mr of MM 8W 4 of the atXttUlK ELBKUT IhifOVT.>> d.- In such DUtrlct 'luardlana may mete aa vase.win .r.. M M r
HWVi. nation II thnr North _.**-4. are hereby notlltd and represent their Ward Kiecntor All f M a+F-r awl
I 1. ir is* West IM ft required to IH. any rlalm or demand and Admlnlatrator may
!... along the W*.t lino :rr.i.i which thy may hat repreaent the .:.t.t. of dec aaed
** Including all riparian of th. Count Judc of FtacUrCounty. may b* represented by $199.95
and littoral rlfttU app 'rt.lnln. Florida In the ...,thou th.lr officer or duly authorised DMONSTAAT ON Ufhtwtnjht Con'pl UUtMatt
thereto The MM parcel contalnln ** at Bunnvll. Florida, within Ageata.It .
4<.t arr.. mor or !.... aim oaUndar month. from the I* ordered that thin Notice V.. 41st Sun t sr seal a waif fit Chain saw wrtn utom.Mc
srludlnc aproilmtljr t. arr*. A.1. of the nrt publication of be published one a week for ba+a u.b ewl yN b. SIC *'4mtl Eng ino power up almost 13% tor
.. ft. r..ht thl. notlro. Bach claim or demand two ronaecutlv week In the IlcO..1. c-.r Sot 691 lattt u start DM IComparlaati

of war of *RD No. It. L**. Lot moat bo In writing and Dayton Ileach 0""'erter. a newpaperpubllahed *. .mad to laotfra cavKy4y muf/W
I, 2. 1. (. ft. oho Mouth tilt rt of moat .tat* the l Ur* or ralnc In Voluata Countr. -
lot. M. and the North M ft. of <** and no.tomc. add,... of FlorMa. and Th Stagier
Lot 1$. Block I. and Lot t. 1 J.t. the claimant and must bo sworn Tribune. a ..*..pep.or pubH.hd BUDDY KNOX BUNNELL
aiMl a. Mlorlc S. LAt. 1. S. >. to by the claimant hi* agent, In Flakier County. nrlda.
t, and I. Block I and Lou 1. 2. or fcU attorney, or It wlfi broom rate of first pubtcatfon'November AMERICAN SERVICE STATIONU.
a. 7. 12. II 11. and II In Mock void arcodlnc to law. T. IMSHOARD. Bunnell Phone 4373652COM
4. all /In Palm Harbor DubdltUIon. Nor........ It 1100. OF *fl'ERVI*>ltil S. Hwy. 1
.. pr plat on HI. In Map /./ Elisabeth W iMipont V Our 0.,.. Hcret rrNovember
Book page 21. 1",1I1k' ItHerd. Nor 11. 21. II and !>>>H. i. lie t. II. Itc


SUCCMI< The ........ Made tentative LIGHTING CONTEST

yarn lot their aaausajtfcey Beach Garden Club
Despite the Incknniiit WM CIwtihMoI patty 0. II wbsn Flagler
her last Saturday a tftte m.. lat Wiiimiiyat members voted to sponsor the
crowd tamed ewt far tfcWoman's annual Christmas home light- i
surf the home ef Mrs. .
Chub "tieiiday Ba PM L. WUMnee at 9a* Ing contest at PUffter Bvfcch
citiMMUse at when they met last Wednesday
r i zaar" at the )WM.
x+ i afternoon In the Flatter'
flail Beach.Tables Names were drawn far a
laden with handmade gift eschanay.VfS Besets Recreation Halt Mrs.

articles of various descriptions Cliff 1 .....w watt the Frank ilrpde was named conMr -
were sponsored" by deer prise tst ftNlnMlL MN. >BlnaPatnswetth ..

several church groups and Nine members. attended.WOMAN'S vise prcsideat,
civic organisations. M... SamNovick's'Welfare" .. presided. aM hostesses were.
table drew CLUB *. Gyde Duenalnff. Sr. and

ft ..rti'ta much attention Mrs. Vernon Mrs. Walter Me.hey.

Halnes' Ways and Means TO SPONSOR PROGRAM Garden Club members'' vet-

Chairman said the prejeet" Your "Community Services' ed to change their meeting
was both pleasant and preftt- date from Tuesday' to the first
will be presented at a public
of each month
able. Wednesday
meeting M8A The meeting
h ::15, 7:30: p. m. at the Flagler .
will be at the Municipal Recreation
i 13th REUNION Woman'c Club 1524 S. Central Hall.

Ave., Flagler Beach.
FOR MOODY The public is invited and Plans were made to prepare

FAMILY SUNDAY refreshments will be served. "Holiday Trays" to be distributed
to patients at Bun

The annual Moody Family Mr. and Mrs. Bo Manuel nell General Hospital at

Reunion will be held Sunday, and sons Mike and Stephen Christmas. Mrs. Frank BredeIs

Nov. 17 at the Bunnell Civic formerly of Bunnell now living chairman.Mrs. .

Center. In Callahan spent the Frank Brede outlinedthe
A basket picnic dinner will weekend In Bunnell. dabs history from 1948-
be served at 12:30.: All members 67.

and family connections ATTEND: REUNION IN N. C. Flower arrangements for
Invited to attend.
the month, artistically fashioned
Mr. and Mrs. James Stepp
from wild flowers and
Mrs. Howard Wray has returned end Kralg and Karl Crouch
home after visiting in spent the weekend at Ilendersonville. chrysanthemums, were provided

Gloria Johnston, daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. W. Port Orange several days with N. C. visiting Mr. Twelve by the members hostesses.attended.

Johnston Jr of Bunnell, walked away with the title "Miss Mr. and Mrs. Andy Tucker. and Mrs. Ash Stepp.

Space" at a beauty contest Sunday November 3 at Camp LaNodee. While there they attendedthe

Deland. The contest was sponsored by SPACE a recreational OUT OF TOWN VISITORS Stepp family reunion at MRS. AKINS
Hendersonville.MISS .
organization for General Electric employees.Miss Recent visitors of Mrs. Anita INJURED IN

Jeanne Volgt, was named first runner-up and Miss Aklns who is a patient at XEIFER

Donna McClanahan was second runner-up. Both are residentsof Bunnell General Hospital, FALL SATURDAYMrs.
Daytona Beach. Brown of IN HOSPITAL
were Mrs. Josephine
Anita Akins, St. Johns
The contestants were all employees of General Electric Jacksonville Mrs. Maggie AFTER FALL Park one of Flagler County's

Company Daytona Beach. Rushing, East Palatka and Miss Mae Keifer sustaineda pioneer residents fell at her
Mrs. Jane Williams, Fal
broken shoulder when she home Saturday night and
WEEKEND GUESTS SENIOR CITIZENS mouth, Mass. fell last Tuesday at Haw broke her hip.
Mrs. Akins's daughter, Mrs.
Creek. She was admitted to Bun-
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilkinson SCHEDULE DAYTIME Eileen Walton of Ohio arrived
She Is a patient at Bunnell nell Hospital Sunday
and ions David and Jeff Monday for a visit. General Hospital. morning for treatment
of Tallahassee will spend the -

weekend at Shell Bluff visit. At the Nov. 5 meeting of the COCOA VISITORS PURCHASES FIRST CHRISTMAS STAMPBunnell
Ing Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Flagler Senior Citizens Club
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Tuckerof
Buckles and
children. members voted to hold the Cocoa were overnight
The Wilkinson
children will Nov. 19 meeting at 1:00 p. m. guests of his mother, Mrs. A. '

remain aunt a week with their while uncle their and. Instead of the usual evening F Tucker, Bunnell. Saturday r'd
hour of 6:00: p. In. There were Sunday dinner guests of !r
visit In Goldsboro. N. C.
52 members and guests present the Gilbert
Mrs. Tuckers
with. Mr .and Mrs. E. A. Fet- i .
terly. Tuckers Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
A spokesman for the Club Tucker and family and Mr

said that the Club would and Mrs. Raymon Tucker and J'i ..,.. ,
Mrs. Oliver Ta>'lor left Mon. "
furnish the meat course for daughters.
day for Miami to visit .
the Nov. 19 luncheon meetIng ,
days with her parents. Mr. 1
with members to bringcovered FLAGLER BEACH .
and Mrs. James West.
dishes. It was also
announced that the Club's ELEMENTARYSCHOOL ." <

Mrs. Arthur Durshlmer of quarterly executive board MENU

Albany, Ga is visiting in meeting would be held at 10
Bunnell with her mother Mrs. a. m. Nov 15. The Club meetsIn Monday. Nov. IS
Sausage and Spanish Rice
George Alien Sr. the Flagler Beach Municipal -
Mixed Greens
Sliced Peaches
Trooper Mike McMillan of
Biscuits and ButterMilk
Cocoa visited in Bunnell Sunday Weekend houseguests of

with his parents Mac Mrs. Daisy Buckles Bunnell. Tuesday. Nov 19
and Ethel McMillan.
were her granddaughters
Meat LoafButtered
Misses Sylvia Wadsworth, Green Beans Post Office Clerk Mrs. Lee Blakely sells the first

Mrs. Mabel Conner, mother Brunswick, Ga. and Candy Mashed Potatoes Scent Christmas postage stamp to Tom Hoi don of Bunnell. Mr

of W. J. Moore, Flagler Beach Wadsworth of Daytona Beach Pineapple and Apricot Holden was the first customer after the stamps were placed on

is a patient at Bunnell Gen and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Bread and ButterMilk sale In Bunnell Monday Nov. 4.

oral Hospital Noel l of Jacksonville. The stamp design is based on a detail from The Annun

-.-.- -- -- --- --. --- Wednesday. Nov. 20 ciation", by Jan van Eyck, the great 15th century Flemish ar
lGetY C'f 'tY" fYIC'ICY !:4CY fYf'
Hot Dogs and Potato Chips tist. This vertical stamp Is printed in 5 colors, with red In the

Pickle Chips Angel Gabriel's brocaded robe nominating the design.
Buttered Corn
;1 Kuttreed English Peas -

Citrus Cup rw '
7 e Rolls and ButterMilk YOUR

Thursday. Nov. 21 Ai4DZIPCODE HoMAILv

Baked Corned Beef Hash
I Buttered Broccoli

I Jello with Fruit

Biscuits and ButterMilk

Friday. Nov 22 .rr

i TOO EARLY ? / Cole Chocolate SlawMacaroni and Pudding Cheese r

Bread and Buter

1, To select your Christmas: Cards y Milk
1 Menus are subject to

Albums change due to non-delivery or r
0"1'1968 ?
from I shortage. not,, t

Stop in and lee our distinctive line of ),frs. Cliff McGritf and

' beautiful and economical greeting cards. daughter Cheryl visited In (
I Gainesville the weekend "
I Choose favorite for I but!. over
, your or with. her brother and sisterIn BIMINI BAR

, ness reelings. law, Mr. and Mrs. James
New-some and family.
For Holiday Gifts we Suggest- /

Informal Notes (Monogrammed or printed) 1 THANKS HIGHWAY 100

I Cards May I take this method of
Calling (Engraved)
thanking my friends and
Personalized Matched Stationery (gift boxed) neighbors for their many DANCINGSATURDAY

cards, visits and flowers dur

THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE ing my recent Illness. will NIGHT '
I Your thoughtfulness
/ Phone 4374)282 always be remembered.Jack 9:30 to 1:30aTRE

..! Hall

rLAOL TTSBWC THVRfc. NOVEMMHt 14. MM dent ..... Why does ydewg I

.t tilt 1M to heap the '

Social payment en the impaX bills.W .......... If...... m 1M gradMr
Securit" the Mils have aanaay bean
-. the who paid rsisbr.ses.ea by 5ieeil.eaer .
pennon !
? ,:
I the MUM abaM ISe the lrfeaf. .
NEWSQ. tale ...... A. It Is tiwe 'Art II J Jh Her Ij:1I

Q. Sewesae said 1M reeo..... dees Slit toimbw.e ,.t Mr
I am' M y.*rs old and ly Hurt I might receive the. drug aryl s wdielwe yew
Maa .
.. .
plan to retire from' my orb WItIty bewrAla as a widow en pnrchaoe from dtuR .
at the end of this 1M' When May husbands work ....... Yew druggist is prabaMyvising ad-
should I ftpply *.r social security What requirement have to you to kp the ,.
bowies and. what willI be met for this? eeia4s. for inwrne tax pw
need' when I apply 1 poses. Under certain ee4l-
A. Yen must be the widow
A. VM should Ale IteM the expense of drugs
yew ap-
of a who "insw-
person was
and medicines ean be used as
pitotfen new so yew pay ed" under social seewMy. You
deductible item when
memo will begin on time. must be at..least 50 years" oW a Income you H'
Tk prepare your tax re
a record! of your AlP
and' have a disability whichbegan .
turn. Internal Revenue Service
you. H you don't have
before husband'sdeath
your t correct' information
an original birth oertifieate, can give you
or within the seven
about this.
take other old record'
any you year period after he died or
may have which shows your within seven years of the time
age as an old Insurance policy you last drew benefits on hisrecord.
family Bible eta The social If you feel you meet CARD OP THANKS i; V
security office can tell 1
these requirements you We are sincerely gratefulto
you if you will need anything
else. should go to the social security friends and neighbors for "
office right away and Mea their many acts of sympathy
Q. My father died' recently claim.Q. during our sad bereavement ALLAN CCLORIA 2:30 p. m. November 23.
leaving several unpaid doc has told Tickets for the event will be
My druggist me Our appreciation cannot be
tor's bills He was covered by TO APPEAR IN sold beginning November 18
to be sure' to keep all of my adequately expressed.We .
both parts of Medicare.' Can receipts for medicine' I buy at STETSON OPERA at the Stover Theatre box of
these bills still be paid by the drug store. The social security thank Dr. Canakaris fice. Tickets may be orderedby
Medicare' after his death? office has informed me and Dr. Blanton and the entire Allan Celorta. Baptist Youth mall by addressing Box
A. Yes. The doctor can file that Medicare does not pay staff for their many Recreation Director of Stetson 1376. Stetson. The workshop
a claim himself for Medicare' for the medicine' I buy at the kindnesses. A special thanksis will appear In the Stetson Invites Inquiries for group
extended to the Rev. Father Opera Donizetti's "L'Eliiir D1 discounts available for the
Antonio Leon and visiting Amore. (The Love Potion). November 23 young audience
ministers for their prayers. The opera will be presented presentation.
MY SINCERE APPRECIATION November 21. 22. and 23, at 8 Tickets are $1.75 for adults,
The Family of p. m. in Stetson's Stover The $1.00 for college and high
Te the peep;. of Clay, Flagltr, Marion and Putnam Peter Burzyck atre. A special matinee for school students, and 75c for
Counties far giving me the privilege t. serve as your young people Is scheduled for children.
Stats Senator.

Te ad my old friends and new friends and to the
ones I have yet ta mttt "I 1 pledge ta do my b.tl"!

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Sale Nov. 14th thru 23rd New Store Hours: 9:00a.m.5:30p.m..


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WILL DO ALL I CAN TO BE A Remember a small deposit ..I} I

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ADVERTISING ; e Phone for our plan
It's hard to believe but one
United Slates d eat really' UNITED BUSINESS

I.. tI; know how oW he ... OIL I. BROKERS
That adds up to about 30 921 Voki. Avenue
million people who aren't I <::::::;> .
leash Tl .-.$.
SEPTIC TANK craning; drain sure of thctr*.* a,e. H you BoytoM
Gelds) installed; 1ta4a..... 're one of these noWs the FLAGLER BEACH
snail MIL Reasonable price time to do something abeut (Formerly Cecil Westbrook Station)
Call George Jarosz. 49T-MM It. especially' if you're approacMng .
8-1-tf retirement' Many KEROSENE FUEL OILLIGIlrr 1 -

beRets of .lrclRtftot depend APARTMENT. CEN-
TOOK BREEZE NURRRY- on your providing proof of MECHANIC WORK2c

Let us help beautify Flakier your birth date, says DanielAlkfer gal. gas discount to local customers TRAL HEAT, AIRCON-

Owriy. Large variety of ptants.5H ever. associate economist' Glass tumbler with every 8 gal or more purchase DITION. NEAR SCHOOL,
green palms with the University of Flor
miles S of Bunnetl on ida's Agricultural Experiment 24 HOUR FUEL OIL DELIVERYTel ADULTS ONLY.4373354Ext.
U. S. 1. Feb. 15-tfc Station 439-9224
"A let of people past the
-- --
ae of 60 often rely on what
Start business of your own.Serving --
consumers' with world their parents tekS them once" BUT CANDY FROM THE VFW
or what an uncle wrote downIn AUXILIARY AND HELP MAILA
famous Rawletfh Prodaets.
a Bible. This isn't good CHRISTMAS PACKAGE TO
Can earn $60 weekly part
enough and it's often difficult
time-$150 and up full time. ONE OF OUR BOYS IN VIET
Write RawleJgh FLK-360-7TO for persons in Florida NAM.
over the age of 60 to obtain
Memphlls, Tenn. 38102.dg
exact proof of age because GIFTED SPIRITUALIST READERShe
"! L -MH ,
state didn't start registerIng -
-DUE-TO DIVORCEWe btrih certifieaes' until
has solved the
people's problems throughout
have a repossessed '68 1911. Similar situations exist
model swing-needle dlal-a- in other states, Alleger said. United States. She is the only lady who has dedicated MAIL EARLY!

matte like new. Makes hundreds Proof of age is necessary her entire life in helping people in lore,
of fancy stitches. Makes before you can collect Social
courtship and marriage. If you are unhappy, discouraged
automatic buttonholes sews Security and It might even be a
on buttons, blind hems, mon needed before you can collect sick or in distress. ar

ograms embroiders, dams, any early life Insurance ben.
efits. Sister Farrell warns you gravely, suggests wisely
patches etc Guaranteed. Assume
remaining 6 paymentsof 'So if you are one of the and explains fully on BUSINESS MATTERS.

$6.00 Phone credit manager, thirty million In the U. S. who M Ar
Daytona 2556131.Oct) are in doubt about your exact Look For The Sign "SISTER FARRELL"

2", 31, 2te age, become one of the 40,000
1968 SINGER Guaranteed people who are getting this 2 Miles North of St. AugustineOn
proof every month from the
Built In Zigzag Buttonholer. U. S. Bureau of the Census.
Fancy Stitch etc. .$-16.00 cashor Write to the Census Service U. S. Highway I

9 payments of $6.00 per Branch Pittsburg, Kansas c ...USE

month. For more informationcall 6762., and ask for an Age Open Daily 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. Sunday All Day CODE
collect to Deland. 9:00: to Search :
Application Form.
5:00: p. m. call 734-0018. State who you were living (No Appointment Necessary) Phone 824.2459
Nov. 14 TFC
with and whewhen one

WANTED-Typist with short of the censuses' were taken In -
hand and dictaphone experience. 1910. 1920. 1930 or so on.
Local mature resident They're taken every ten years.
preferred. Will train. Apply Your name and age at the
Mrs. Brock Bunnell General time of the census should be
Hospital. Nov. 14, ltc listed In Census records under
the name of your parents or Aflameless electric range
HORSES FOR SALE-2 good whoever was the head of your
hunting hones 1 thoroughbred household when the Census
race horse will Jump). was taken, Alleger said. with self-cleaning oven
Also '59 Ford pickup truck Of course, there's a small
1 Go-Cart. Reasonable. Call fee of four dollars for the ends forever a messy kitchen chore!
437-3605. Nov. 14, Itc service. A dollar buys an extra
FOR SALE-2 choice lot In
"Don't expect to get a birth
SL Augustine South. High certificate, though. The report
ground. 14 blocks from
will merely tell you how old .
Call 4373735. Nov. 7, Itp.
you were when the census was
FOR SALE-2 houses H block taken and this should be acceptable
from ocean 3 blocks to fishing as proof of age for
pier. 100 ft. corner lot. retirement purposes.." Alleger
Phone 439-2317 Nov. 14 TFC said.
It's also a good idea to get
Used circulating oil heaters proof of birth well in advance,
$15.00 and up. New 9x12 visa especially if you're approachIng .

cone rayon rugs $12.95. Jer retirement Married people br
ry's Furniture Old Dixie can get proof of marriage
Hwy.. 2 miles S. Korona. Ph. from their county court house t.
4373752. Nov. 14. Itc. and this proof Is also neededfor
--- Social Security and life In I
TO WHOM IT MAY surance.

CONCERN: Similarly records of military

i will not be responsible for papers such as an honorable

any debts other than those discharge can greatly fa.
simplify getting Into a Veterans
contracted by me in writing. Administration hospital

Vlney O. Boswell. Alleger said.
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t ty

BINGO 8:00: P. M f


TONIGHT (Thursday) 4



Disabled American VeteransJim

Boo. Chapter No. 86 Say goodbye to scouring and scrubbing.

Just flick a dial and your oven cleans itself-electrically.

Spilled food burns off the top-of-the-ranga
heating units.And there are no burners to clog.

Enjoy the daily magic of flameless electric cooking. Pots stay

hii1; I ON TIMECERTIFICATES shiny bright. Curtains and walls and ceiling stay cleaner and fresher.Go .
10 modern I See your electric appliance dealer today.

MINIMUM S3.000-80 DAYS .r.

BANK ..jttchetper.tool
Ph. 77-1317 ITS W. Granada

Ormond Btoch. Florida
risiiaa Cawsl a LICIT ct > rair
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......,. ** *> ** the
...... .All lMaolho III the
ehweh wire a..... V9 asMt THANK YOUI

CHURCH with the dssdag or ..........

ute 4fc iiw ps'et 0........
I wsuid to .ppreeiatwi to
expreaa my
may be made te w... .sheet
''NIWS Cook.MATHEftLY. Melt and everyone that voted fer and supportedme

J About 15 MltwrLL m the campaign fee a seat on the East Flaajler

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We always need to seek better
Weekly Sermon ways of life which exclude &Jf lOTS F1H FRT T. BruceTHANKS

the carnage of war. The Bten Math rly Swi4ay

.... Oliver F. Taylor. raster The Christian community School Class ef the First IMp. .... .. ... .. .
should always believe in a tilt Church of Bwmell enjoyed Y.". ..."....."". .".......v.WW.Vti'LM1i1 5 YttIV\I
BunneH First United better of life than .to new
way a Mh-fry (or their familiesand
Methodist Church possessed by mankind.' We
guests Monday eveningat
are responsible being who the church
SONS or COO recreational I
should never shirk our Involvement hall

I am writing this on the in life by coward Mrs. T. H. Wad worth. social
fiftieth anniversary of the lee, and sometimes we even chairman was in chargeof
Armistice which ended World have to pay the price of war. arrangements. Victor Cow-
War 1. Today we are MI&tlaUAir Even with life as it is we still art president Frank Clegg. My sincere thanks to all of those who voted

peace once again. Aft need to seek peace. "Blessedare Secretary and Mrs. Katherine for me as Commissioner of East Flagler Mosquito

er ten years Involvement in the peacemakers! for they Perryman are the newly Installed District
shall be called of Cod."
Vietnam peace becomes' nec sons officers.
essary.Of Matthew 59.

course I am speaking of CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Lyman L Gage
an honorable peace which Involves WSCS MEMBERS LESSON SERMON FOR

a firm understandingof SUNDAY NOV. 17th
the rights of our nation. PRESENT PROGRAM"Selfhood
Thy hands have made and
However, our nation was In Contemporary
fashioned me: give me understanding
I founded on a principal big Films" was the title of the
that I learn
enough to Include the rights program at the Bunnell WSCS may
thy commandments. Let
of others. We must stand with meeting last Wednesday thy
tender mercies come unto me, THANK YOU
dignity as well as power morning at the First United
that I may live: for thy law
while we seek peace Otherwise Methodist Church. The program .Is my delight." I wish to thank everyone who voted for me
our dead have died In Mrs.
was presented by
These words from Psalm
in last week's election.I .
vain. Oliver Taylor. Mrs. Lloyd Rob
119 are part of the Bible Les
I know that life is not ertson and Mrs. Gordon Buck
son-Sermon titled "Mor1 l. will endeavor to retain your confidence in
and wars come and go but les. Hostesses were Mrs.
and Immortals" to be read In
when you have seen the faces Buckles and Mrs. Leslie Tuck all Christian Science churchesthis me these next four years.

of those assembled to pay er.The Sunday. Again my sincere thanks.
loved whose devotional was given
homage to a one Christian Science servicesin
life was given on the field of by Mrs. Cordell Robertson.
this area are held at First
is Plans made for the Leonard ( Len ) Johnson
battle your heart touched. were an- Church of Christ, Scientist,

Ormond Beach 100 North
Halifax Drive and First

THANK YOUMY Church of Christ, Scientist,
Daytona Beach. 137 Live Oak

Ave. Sunday School is heldat When you
WARM AND SIN. the same hour and welcomes
students up to the age DISTANCE "1ETGEORGE




UlliuM P. M. NOTHING! .
i The Flagler Beach Community We Pay Pottage BotH W yt

Use DBF"Save-By-Mai Services
Guild is sponsoring a Ham
I I YOU k. Dinner Thursday, Nov. 14 at s .r..is.a a+.rr.i..r s..a..r...a r..r ,

6 p. m. at the church.
! EVER HAD. The public is Invited and :

j donations will be used for

BILL CHAPPELL DEMOCRATPaid church projects.

Political Adv. DORCAS CLASS auuNpna,

ENTERTAINEDThe 230 M a. .k
i .
aria SW... *fHM H.ir u.111 w *!...*
Dorcas Class of Bun-

ATLANTIC HARDWARE nell Baptist Church met Monday

night at the home of Mrs.Jewel .

& SUPPLY CO., INC.9"x9" << Edwards. Mrs. Emma
Murray gave the devotional.

VINYL Members voted to prt'pafruit
baskets to be distributedto
FLOOR TILE shut-Ins at Thanksgiving.Plans .
were made for the
';, Regular $5.98 Box-Now $3.98 annual Christmas party.

Members attending were
I'I Mrs. Frances Brooks, Mrs. want to-
Ethel Lee Whltaker Mrs. Am-
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ford Mrs. Julia Daschoff Mrs.

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I SPORTS Official County Results .

NOTES Genera! Election ". .

f HASTINGS HERE A* a public service to the voters AM+ ........ ....... .( PIaglerCoutnty' ..

FRIDAY the Democratic Committee of Flagler. County M yubKshhif Ute foi owing results

NIGHTThe of the General Election according to preemeU..
Bunneil Hip School
-le\en will face the Haatiitfs
football team here Friday
1 night at 8 p. m. Thte id a traditional .IS oM 0

: same of rivalry be- J oM 6
twern the two schools and
a a : .!
FISHING LINEBy should f'Oto be" a good =.= ... 0 !!
performance for both teams. a .g a= 1 x .I. .4
Al Zamba Friday night Bunneil met I
Father Lopez. In Bulldog Sta :z: ; t)
Week of November 10. 1963Flogltr dium. Although the score was h M e1 r .. 1ft v H
Beach Pier 33 to 14 In favor of Lopes it
County Judge J I I I I I I I I I
was a good The Bun. 4 4 ,
Meat ftshing this past week neil Bulldogs game.played what T. JC. (Buddy MeKNIGIIT I m. 3151 :iel 72: 4&. 10&11 186;+ 811, 1111 113.4
has taken place along the was probably their best Judge Small Calms Court I I I I I I I I I I I
swf or on the pier. Clint Mosler the season. gameof CORA L BUCKLES I :23E 289, 52; 66j 38; sa; 811 611 92; 996;,
Mho works in the tackle Clerk Circuit Court I I I I I I I I I i
hop said that all varieties ,In the first play of the game GEORGE M MOODY I 2-111 31Sj 47)) 68; 32i; 8J IOU) 19; 103, 1008;
p, of ftsh are being taken." The Larry Johnson made a lone Sheriff I I I I I I I I I I ,
Spanish mackerel are hittingthe run which set Bunneil up fora P. A. (Zips EDMONSON I 279, 3271 58: 75; 38; 971 100; 671 106: 1150,
Porter Sea hawk. Four touchdown. On the second Tax Aueuor I I I I I I I I I I
kings were taken this week play John McDaniel made a DONALD R. MOORE I 254: 297511/ 68; 38; 91 I 951) 72, 103; lOW;
ranging from 6 to 17 IDS. Ben one yard plunge and scored Tax CoUec1or I I ,1.1 I I I I I I I I I
Cristdorf. Ormond. landed a for Bunneil. John Cook scored DALE B. BROWN JR. I 262: 307j 52: 711) 38' 9-1)) 1n( : 83: 1O'i. 1110Supt. ',
17 pounder and 11 yr. old the extra point. of Public Jutructtoa I I I I H, I I I I I
Ricky Davis. Flagler Beach, Larry Johnson scored the JAMES O. CRAIG I 2511 2971 55! m; 36: C)5j 93; 73)) 97J 1062:
brought In a 6 pound king. second touchdown with John Supervisor of Elections I I I I II I I I I I
Tom Brunner who has been Cook making the extra point MARY E. SMITH 2371 n; 5 ad 67; 38; 831; 96j 77j 1111 10671{
fishing on the pier since It Bill Harris played an out. County Commissioner DilL I'' I I I I II I I I I I
was built, brought In over 20 standing defensive game. LOUIS M. EFUK I 2U' 298; s.c: 62: 33; 9-11{ 9-1 111 96j 10471
sheepshead. Dick Mosby John McDaniel and Larry County Com.'uIODer DilL 3't I I I I I i I i I I I
y landed over 20 Spanish mack Johnson did unusually good C. H. COWART I 249, 283; 58; 70: 311 891 90711\ 951) 10U1?
Jobs as offensive backs. John County CAm.'utoaer DilL 5'' I I I I I I I I I
erel.Cecil and Mae West brook Cook displayed skill at punt- OTIS HUNTER I 253; 2961 521 '73; 35! 931 109; 7SI 98: 108-1:
caught 20 large whiting. Ing. Board Public last DilL No. 21 I I I I I I I I I I IRA
nlON F. TUCKER I 22yi l 2SO! 581! 7t 34; 9U 681 861 ]
Surf FUhlng Board Public IAsL DilL- fo. 4': I I I I s8''I I i I i, 100&1'fI

Floyd and Betty Collins GOLFERS ELECT HAROLD EMERY I 2271 2751( 49: 681 34: Sli 95 66: 93: 9911

and Mae West brook, who JACK HALL Justin of 'eace I I I I I I I I I I I
normally fish at their favorite LEVI 1. BRANNAM I 238: 292: 56: 68: 3S'; 821{ 991 68: 1001 103S( ;
spot north of the pier, founda PRESIDENTBunneil Constable I'I I I I I I I I I i I i
new fishing hole south of High School Coach WILFRED HUNTER I 267 2961( s.c' jG: 351 97J 1111) 70, 1011) 11071]

the pier and caught :35 whiting Jack Hall was elected president
7 bass and a few drum.Btnq's of Ocean Palm Country

Club Mens Golf Assn. Thursday .
FUhermon's Resort
night. Other officers elected RESULTS FOR COMMISSIONERS OF EAST FLAG-
Fishing in the waterway has were Al Dompe, vice president .
dropped off except for the ; Buddy Chambers, secretarytreasurer. LER MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT
area near Malanzas Inlet. Harry
Pre. 2 Pre. 5 Pre.S-A Total
Trying their luck at Binge gal was appointed handicap
this past week were Mr. and chairman.The I I I I I
Mrs. J. C. Plummet lax. next meeting Is slated JOE T. BRUCE i 13-1 I 12' 146I

Their catch being croakers Wednesday. Dec. 4 at 7:30 p. I I I I '

and sailor's choice. Mrs. liam m. at OPCC clubhouse. LYMAN L GAGE 2tG, 4: 31), 28GCUNTON ,
mon, GalnE'Svillehad a catch 1
of croakers. Coming from Jax.
G. GIDDEXS 219.a; Ui 268:
to try their fishing skill were REGISTRATIONPROVISION ,
Mrs. Saunders Mrs. Grant. I I t I I
Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Barg. UNDER LEONARD: JOHNSON I 179, t 28:_ur,

They had a good catch of 19SS GUN LAW I I I I I
croakers and whiting. ROY Eo LIKENS I 122, 4; &I' 100I
Detailed procedures for registering .
DerU's Elbow Fish CampAll machine gun, sawed- I I I I
I 159 I 24' 183
off shotgun, sawed-off rifle,
of the boats fishing out silencer, deactivated war
of the camp are fishing near trophy and other destructive
the inlet with catches of
devices announced
trout, bass and drum. Mr. J. by A. J. O'Donnell, Jr. '
T. Douglas Jax. had a good district director of Internal
catch of trout and bass. Jim Revenue for Florida. ,,
Taylor. Jax.. had as his catch
The Gun Control Act of 19GS
9 trout and 1 bass weighing .
requires that weapons and devices
7 IDS.
of this type>> must be registered I
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams.
with the Internal Revenue
Starke, had a good day with Now
Service by December: 1, Volkswagenbrings
It bass, weighing 5 to 6 Ibs. 1968.
and 6 trout. Mr. Eatman tellsus
the trout are the )'eolJowmouth Mr. O'Donnell said that copies

not the spotted. an IRS of office registration to be registered form 4167 lasting relief to left feet.Thanks .

Jack Gemma's Fish Camp baeco Tax and other IRS of.

Jack tells us the small
schooling bass are running as forms are prepared In to a new miracle
well as the sheepsheadwith" three copies two of which ingredient in our lime car
large catches of both. Fishing should be mailed to the DI. coiled the automatic stick
the inlet Is rector Alcohol and Tobacco *
from the camp to shift finally
you soy
Tax Division, Internal Revenue
Summer the most Haven productive river area.has been The Service, Washington. D. goodbye to the dutch pedal

for trout. C. 20024. The third copy may Howdoesthisnewingre.dent -
good be kept" by the owner of thefirearm work?

or destructive device. I, Two
Firearms or destructive devices ways.
RECREATIONADVISORY should not be brought to First it provides continuous unemployment for your left foot

an IRS office to registered, Second,it provides near unemployment foryour right hand.

BOARD MEET Mr. CTDonnell said. IThe only time you ever shift is when you go over 55 mphJ
Under the new law all fire Yet,even with its new ways the bug continues to upheld
The Flagler County Recre- arms and destructive devices the old ways.It .
ation Advisory Committee requiring registration must
will meet Thursday, Nov. 21 Identified by a serial num. lakes only small amounts of oil Absolutely no water. .

at 8 p. m. at the home of the ber. If a firearm or device And absolutely no antifreeze.
chairman. Mrs. Mike SteHlk does not have a serial" num. Best of all I still delivers about 25 miles to a gallon of gas.
Flagler Beach. bet the owner should phone, Dent you feel relieved already
Mrs. Stefllk said "the committee visit or write the nearest IRS

will review the recr?. Alcohol ft Tobacco Tax office .o-d--".+
ation bill amendments and and a number will be as.
each member is urged to at signed. After obtaining the o
tend". number the owner' is responsible
Newly appointed membersare for affixing It to the PalatkaBoyer
Bill Len and Buddy firearm or device before completing
Taylor. Other members are the registration form.
Mrs. Bette Additional Information may
Jimmy Hargett Volkswagen ___
McDaniel and Mrs. Joyce be obtained by contacting .--..
Townsend. Attorney James H. the nearest Alcohol Tobacco' 111 S. Highway No. 19
Tucker is secretary. Tax or other LRS office.

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